Monday, March 17, 2014

Her Ladyship's MegaCon Hat Box

As promised Her Ladyship has collected a few things from our MegaCon booth goods for a giveaway here:



As you can see there will be signed print copies of both books, along with a little steampunk journal, a vintage necklace I made from an antique Paris souvenir and some Victorian charms (very neat, and very Torian), a pair of steampunk earrings I also designed and made, and one of the quilted ATCs from my 1000 cards project. Everything will also be packed in the tote you see in the pic, which I made from the hidden embroidered panel I salvaged (you remember that, right?)

If you'd like to win the lot, in comments to this post name your favorite show, conference or convention, or one you'd like to attend someday, by midnight EST on Sunday, March 23, 2014. I'll draw one name at random from everyone who participates and send the winner the prize tote with all the MegaCon goodies. This giveaway is open to everyone, so please join in.

25 comments:

  1. I thoroughly enjoy the Stitches conferences and plan to attend one each year if at all possible - knitting and crocheting. Enjoy MegaCon.

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  2. Ever since I read a Dark Hunter short story called Winter Born by Sherrilyn Kenyon I've wanted to visit Dragoncon. It genuinely sounds like the sort of place an 11,000 year old god, assorted demi-gods, were hunters, witches, vampires and valkyries, can blend in with a bunch of normal (?) Star Trek / Star Wars etc fans. I would love to go. As I can't attend Dragoncon, my convention this year will be a trip to a quilt show, maybe Malvern in May or Harrogate in October. Not as exciting as Megacon but I'll enjoy myself.

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  3. I haven't had much convention experience, but I really enjoyed AWP the one time I got to go to it. Hoping to make it a regular thing once I'm out of school and have a paycheck again.

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  4. I love going to the Star Wars conventions
    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  5. Awesome giveaway. I would love to attend RWA or RomCon some day.

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  6. Many thanks. Attending the RWA would be amazing.

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  7. I would love to attend th NY Times travel show at the Jacob Javitts Center in NYC. By the time I learn about it, it is over. I need to spread my wings and fly away...and not only through the books I read!

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  8. I would love to go to RWA or Romcon. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  9. I've never been to any. I wouldn't know which to pick. You have lovely items there. You are so crafty as well as an awesome writer. I just started your Darkyn series and I love ALEX! I love to see heroines like her. I would feel bad about winning again so don't include my name in the drawing.

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    1. Well okay I was thinking more of a con like dragon con,not a show. The bead and gem show here in Philly I would LOVE to go to. Especially if I could take some classes in metalwork. I think I read somewhere there was an antique dress show in New York I think. That would be neat.

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  10. RWA would be a really fun adventure. So would AQS QuiltWeek.

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  11. Attending the thrillerfest would be great.

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  12. The only shows I normally get to go to are Bead and Gem shows in fact there is one coming up on March 22-23 that I am going to. If I could go to any one I wanted to it would be the Faerie Worlds.

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  13. any kind of book convention would be fun

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  14. I have never been to a non-business convention, so I would like to throw myself in at the deep end and try SDCC.

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  15. My writing group hosts a 4 day retreat in the middle of no-where to help us be productive with our writing. I love it. Does that count? I would love to attend the Surrey or RWA conference some day.

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  16. My first con was when I was in college. I met Barbara Hambly, who is still one of my favorite authors. I would love to go to one RWA or RT convention.

    Safe traveling.

    Sandy L

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  17. I've attended 2 Catalyst conferences in my day, which are church leadership conferences conceived by John Maxwell, Andy Stanley and others. They are amazing.

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  18. I was lucky last year as RWA was in Atlanta, so I went. Dragoncon I go every year. I'd like to do RT, but I don't see it in the budget this year unless a miracle occurs (like my mortgage gets paid off) but maybe when it gets closer to Atlanta.

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  19. I agree with an above commenter, I'd like to go to a Stitches event someday.

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  20. Emerald City Writer's Conference is the BOMB! I've gone twice and really hope to go again this year.

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  21. I would love to go to a World Con and spend the entire week. Or a major Comic Con. I know... I'm just a great big geek.

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  22. There's a small, writing focused con near me called Ad Astra that I really enjoy. I'd love to go to Comic Con one year - just to see the costumes. :)

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  23. I would love to go to RWA someday. :)

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  24. I have never been to any conference but would love to attend one. I am thinking that my first should maybe be Lori Foster's since it is smaller and close to my home :-)

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