Straight From The Keyboard…

Writing Tip For The Day

Don’t be boring.

What’s New In M. R. Land?

Very little. Throwing words, as usual…

Notable Wordslinger Birthday(s) Today:

From My Keys To Your Screen

Upcoming Conventions – Horror, Mystery, And SF/Fantasy

(Bolded Entries Denote Conventions Where I Am A Guest Speaker/Panelist)

February 2012

S/F – Fantasy – Horror

Capricon 32
February 9-12, 2012
Wheeling, Illinois

Faeriecon West
Feb 10th-12th, 2012
Seattle, Washington

VisionCon 20
February 17-19, 2012
Springfield, MO

Con Nooga
February 17-19, 2012
Chattanooga, Tennessee

February 17-19, 2012
Boston, Massachusetts

Radcon 6
February 17 – 19, 2012
Pasco, Washington

Feb. 17th – 19th, 2012
Orlando, Florida

Boskone 49
Feb 17-19, 2012
Boston, MA
Creation Weekend of Horrors
Feb 18th-19th, 2012
Burbank, California

GalaxyFest 2012
February 24-26, 2012
Colorado Springs, Colorado

February 24-26, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia

Potlatch 21
February 24-26, 2012
Seattle, WA

Feb 24 – 26, 2012
Roanoke, Virginia

My Most Recent Cyber Babble:

(Archives can be found on “The Twitter” – Follow @mrsellars)
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Most Recent Post At BRAINPAN LEAKAGE – My Official SATIRE Blog

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Most Recent Post At RIPPED FROM THE PAGES… The Official Blog Of The RGI Characters

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About M. R. Sellars

A member of the ITW (International Thriller Writers), M. R. Sellars is a relatively unassuming homebody who “tells pretty lies” for a living. Legend has it he started making up stories to entertain a stuffed bear during his single digit years, then began writing them down sometime around his early teens when the growing catalog of fiction started causing headaches. In May 2000, his first full-length novel, Harm None: A Rowan Gant Investigation was released, officially launching the acclaimed paranormal thriller series. Sellars currently resides in the Midwest with his wife, daughter, Vicki the Wonder Dog, and a trio of rescued male felines he describes as, “the competition.” When not writing a new novel he can usually be found in the kitchen cooking, home brewing beer, working in the yard, running on the treadmill, walking the dog, and changing light bulbs, as well as engaging in several euphemisms as time permits. Find him on the web here and on major social networking sites.