We're going to need a bigger boat

It's the most craziest time of the year for writers and aspiring writers. That's right, it's NaNoWriMo! Smack dab in the middle of shopping season. Bring on the crazy!

I'll be writing during the month of November in between doing some incoming graphic design/animation projects so I will be scarcely online. I'll also be permanently glued to my chair, pounding away at the keyboard writing a new book from the inspiration of NaNo (woo hoo) and I'll be at the SYTYCW at Harlequin amidst working on some other projects I want to bring out for sale.

For folks wondering about Harlequin's So You Think You Can Write event (SYTYCW) check that out here: http://harlequinblog.com/so-you-think-you-can-write/ 

The Cimmerian Series is coming back (woo hoo!) and the Ashen Twilight series is coming to an end. In between that, we have some shorter fiction coming out and a specialized bookstore where you can buy my work and some other authors direct from the website. Stay tuned for the link and more info soon!

In other news, I received a really cool announcement today. Being a huge graphic novel and comic fan here at AWD, we have a special guest interview coming up with some comic artists and writers so this ties into the news.
Congrats to the winners!

October 30th, 2010
Press contact: Kynn Bartlett, NextOfKynn@gmail.com

2010 Lulu Award Winners!

The winners were announced on Friday, October 29, 2010, at the Long Beach Comic Con.
Leah Adezio Award for Best Kid-Friendly Work: Diana Nock, The Intrepid Girlbot
Best Female Character: Ramona Flowers, Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O'Malley
Kim Yale Award for Most Talented Newcomer: Kathryn Immonen: "The Runaways"
Lulu of the Year: Kate Beaton
Woman of Distinction Award: Lauren Sankovitch: editor, Marvel Comics
Female Cartoonists Hall of Fame: Alison Bechdel

Long Beach Comic Con began 2009, in a grand inaugural convention that featured Stan Lee in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. LBCC -- placing comics first -- has a commitment to provide fans the most diverse and exciting convention in the West Coast. Please visit their official website for more information.

Friends of Lulu was established in 1994 as an organization to promote and celebrate women in both the comics industry and fandom. They have also taken up the cause of expanding the all-ages comic reading audience. Please visit their website for more information and to find out how to volunteer