Bad news: No mature/18+ content. I was planning to sell paperback copies of Relic, but it's pretty mature. If you haven't read it by now, Halloween is approaching, and that's the perfect time of year for it. (Shameless plug, but you can find it on Amazon here, and now on Kindle Unlimited! http://www.amazon.com/Relic-Roy-Hudson/dp/0615723594/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1443574794&sr=8-1&keywords=roy+hudson+relic) But anyway... Yeah, no mature content allowed. Which means, I can't really hype my writing if I do go to Agama Con as a vendor. Not as a writer, anyway.
Weird news: I'm thinking of setting up a web comic. I've already drawn several comics and posted them online, I just need a Deviant Art or Instagram account to link the Agama Con application to. Shouldn't be too hard... right? It's really strange, because until I was old enough to understand "grown-up" novels and books, doing a comic strip was always something I wanted to do, despite the fact that I'm a lousy artist. But I can improve. I just have to go from pencil-to-ink (I usually just do pencil, which doesn't work for long-term), and keep it simple at first. In other words, B&W. I'm pretty confident that I can do this... I just hope I can stick with it. Somewhere along the way, my other 2015 projects fell to the wayside. Maybe this time it'll be different. I mainly want to go to Agama Con so that, in addition to selling art, I can hand out my website/Smashwords info. If I can't sell my print books there because they're too mature, I can at least advertise there so people can look up my work and decide if they want to read it based on samples and what-not.