This weekend: DREARY will be at Special Edition: NYC at Pier 94 in New York City. 711 12th Avenue (52nd street). Producer Daryl Freimark will be there all day Saturday and Sunday selling our books. Come say hi and pick up a book at table I5. Also check out the amazing art and books from Kristen Gudsnuk who will be sharing our table!
What an amazing time at New York Comic Con! It was an unbelievable feeling to have fans come up to our table and say they had picked up the book at the last con and loved it! Wow. And two new fans bought our book on Thursday and were back at our table later in the weekend to let us know they loved it! And my favorite might’ve been the woman who picked up issue 1 and said “I’ll give it a shot” and then a few hours later came back and said “I have to buy issues 2-4. I read issue 1 in line for a panel and I have to know what happens!” Such a fun four days seeing some of our longtime fans and meeting new fans. Here are some pictures from the Con. Hope you enjoy! And if you haven’t picked up a book you can still use our “NYCC” discount code at our webstore and get 20% off. Thank you!
THE DEVIL IS DUE IN DREARY will be at Special Edition NY Comic Con this weekend at the Jacob Javits Center. Daryl Freimark will be selling signed copies of our book at table I12: Come see me at #SpEditionNYC at Artist Alley table I12 on June 14-15. For more info & to buy your tickets visit http://www.specialeditionnyc.com/I12.
Forever Geek Kickstarter Store did a wonderful write up on The Devil is Due in Dreary!
Check it out here.
Check out the wonderful review by Geeky Godmother here.
Big thank you to Geeky Godmother, we’re thrilled you like our story so much!
Dave Parkin had a wonderful time signing copies of Dreary for fans at Blast From The Past on Saturday!
Big thank you to all of our fans! Stay tuned for our next signing!
An excerpt from Crave:
“Parkin says the inspiration of this book was to write a western without the standard trappings of a western, and he succeeds across the board with this odd blend of rock-n-roll and western mythology. Two strangers arrive in a town called Dreary and step into a world filled with paranoia perpetuated by an enigmatic preacher. They have to figure out the town’s secret before, you guessed it, the Devil gets to Dreary. Parkin’s writing crackles with energy, and Jefferson’s art is elegant yet still works with the rugged story.” – Iann Robinson
Thank you Iann!
As we progress from screenplay to book back to screenplay and finally to the silver screen we wanted to share with you how this relationship began and what’s going on now.