Updatery Goodness and Wiscon Schedule

It’s time for modular post day, also known as a post for everyone day! I got yer Wiscon schedule, some updates to the vintage clothing links, and some updatery goodness. I think I’m forgetting something else, so if that springs to mind you’ll get that too.


Tomorrow I’ll be off work. I am taking a SPA DAY. (Dr. Catherine needs her a spa day.) So, you won’t see me about until later in the day when I settle in for some more writing.

BTW, I am done with chapter six. Can I manage to catch up and get back on schedule? It’s a fantasy..

Speaking of spas, did the whole Disney reservation thing for the cruise today. Still gotta have words with the husband about the Nassau part. We’ll probably do that tonight.


So, Wiscon. As is traditional, my friends Dan and Lisa are kindly driving me to Wisconsin on Friday, where we will rendez-vous with our friend Yolanda. I’m planning on seeing some friends and doing some socializing and getting some books signed. I’ll also be available to sign if you just happen to have a copy of Hulk Hercules lying around!

I am not reading this year. Really don’t have anything coming out soon. I’ll be hopefully reading at Convergence with my fellow Broads from Broad Universe. I expect it’ll be something from Abigail Rath. A shocker! But I do have a couple of panels to tell you about, one on Sunday and one on Monday, in case you’d rather see me behind a table rather than over a drink.

Sunday, 2:30 pm -3:45 pm: Baba Yaga and Other Retired/Secret Goddesses. Putting my Fulbright GPA to good use, I’m going to be on a Baba Yaga panel.

Monday, 10:00 am -11:15: Newly Professional Older Writers: What Helps What Hinders. A discussion about trying to break in at a later age.

I’ll also be at the sign out, I expect mostly getting books signed.

Will I see you there?


Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

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