Last weekend, I experienced my first virtual convention, CONsole Room, which is (usually) a local Dr. Who convention that has some truly amazing vendors – and hey, I got to be one of them in 2020, so this year I wanted to join in on the virtual version.
Everything was over Discord and various other online avenues. I had a personal channel to talk with people about my books, lead people to my buy links, and I also donated my YA novel, Life as a Teenage Vampire, to the charity auction.
Some of the things I shared were my recent contribution to a giveaway, M/M New Year’s Freebies through BookFunnel. If you sign up for my monthly newsletter through the giveaway, you can download an advance copy of a short story I have scheduled for release on Valentine’s Day – The Case of the Boy in Blue.
I shared my recent full-length novel release, Their Dark Reflections.
I invited people to my Facebook group.
I had the pleasure of catching up with my neighbor vendor from the previous year and helped promote her work, since I had purchased a gorgeous necklace from her. Check out more of her stuff here.
Overall, it was a great time discussing my books, with that convention spirit I missed, even if it wasn’t in person.
Here’s to more virtual events until it is the right time again for on location.