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Phoenix Comicon 2014

Phoenix Comicon 2014 has come and gone. It seems that I wait all year for this one weekend and suddenly it’s here and just as fast it’s gone. I’ve referred to it as the 3.5 longest shortest days of the year. The days whip by being surrounded by amazing talent and in my case, friends..yet, at the end of the day, the physical exhaustion (and my fitbit!) tell me just how long the day actually was. In fact, even on the shortest day, I averaged walking about 4+ miles each day! No wonder I had some sore feet and legs!

Now…on with the good, the bad and the summary!

The Good –

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Representatives for author Frank Beddor announced that he will
be partnering with actor Nathan Fillion’s charity Kids Need to Read for a new
initiative. For every book sold by author Beddor at the upcoming Phoenix
Comicon (May 23-26), or ordered through his new Kickstarter campaign
(, he will
be donating one to the charity’s book drive.
“Frank has been a fixture at Phoenix Comicon since its
early years and has been at the intersection of realizing success and using
that success to the benefit of others for even longer,” says Matt Solberg,
Convention Director of Phoenix Comicon. 
“Getting kids to read will be successful through these
“We are so pleased to have Frank contribute in this
way,” said D...
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Phoenix Comicon : The Rest of the Story

The other day I told you all about my first day at the Phoenix Comicon. Since then and even before then, I’ve been trying to figure out how to tell you all about the other days. You see, there were some good, some bad, some amazing and some eye opening moments that weekend but so much of it is still so tangled up inside of me that I’m not sure what to even say about it. I’m going to do my darndest to give you a good taste of what really is an amazing con but please forgive me if it’s not my usual joyful bubbling.

Friday –

Friday..oh Friday..I woke up early because I had decided to surprise Walter by meeting him at the airport. Justin stayed behind at the hotel to try to figure out just how my corset was supposed to be laced. Meeting up with Walter was pure amazing...

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