Monday, September 29, 2014

Sorting Comics, Sorting Life

     Hi everyone, hope all is well.  As you know, I recently received about 12,000 comic books.  It took a friend of mine and myself, three whole days to go through it all.   First we went through the whole 50 boxes to see what was contained within.  We knew before we bought the collection, but needed to know what each particular box held.

     Then came the "pulling the wheat from the chaff."  Some of the books were worth a little bit of money, but most were headed for the 25cent bin (at best).  Then came putting all the mini-series together and last but not least...What do I want to keep out of this for myself?"

     Of course in the middle of this all, I've had personal appearances, parades that I've been part of and still more coming up.  But for now, check out the next few days worth of blogs and check out my new personal facebook and business face book, the Bystander, E-Comics Gazette, for stuff that I'm doing.

     Take care and adopt a comic book (but not 12,000 all at once) today!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Book Signing and Comics Everywhere

     Hi everyone hope all is well.  Guess what, yes another new book I've written, "Chasers, Inc." is making it's debut this Saturday, the 13th.  This is a new spooky, adventure novel and will makes its breakout at the Author Expo 2014, at the Willoughby Hills Community Center from 11am-3pm.  Located at 35400 Chardon Rd (right off the corner of Rt. 91 and 6), I'll be chatting with everyone who stops by so pick up a new and exciting book, or just stop and say hi.  Hope to see you then.

     Also I still have those dozens of comic boxes I just picked up last week and as soon as my signing is over, I'm going to tell you how to handle a big collection like that. 

     So take care and adopt (one of my new novels) and a comic book today.

Monday, September 8, 2014

12,000 Comics, Whew!

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  Just last week, I bought my buddies comic collection.  He did keep several boxes for himself as his core collection, but I got the bulk of it and boy were they a lot of comics, 12,000 in total.

     I had the next door kids carry them into the house for me, then got a friend to transport them to his house where we could go through them and sort, which we did for three straight days.  Even though I had or even have most of them, it was so much fun looking through all of those comics gathered in one central place.  over the next few blogs, I'll be telling you more about how I divided them up.

     Also, I'll be appearing at the Author Expo 2014 located at the Willoughby Hills Community Center, this Saturday, September, 13th from 11am-3pm.  35400 Chardon Road in Willoughby Hills is the address, so look for me as I'm debuting new novel of adventure, Chasers, Inc.

     Take care and adopt a comic book (collection) today.