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Hans Cummings
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Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and YA Author; Gamer; Foodie; All-Around Geek -- ENnie Award Submissions Coordinator
Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and YA Author; Gamer; Foodie; All-Around Geek -- ENnie Award Submissions Coordinator

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Springtime for Twitler and the U.S.A....
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We are not going away.  We will not be beaten.

If you support transgender rights, share this image.
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Ix finally joined me on Day 2 of Gen Con (it was at the sculptor having its legs repaired).

You'd be surprised how many people will argue with me (the author & creator of the character) about what Ix is. 
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I'm all set-up and ready for Gen Con!
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"The quality of our legacy is measured in the lives we touch."

Scars of the Sundering, book 2 - Lament debuts on Kindle today!

http://amzn.to/2abIEhy

The print version is also available through Amazon, Createspace, and directly from me later this week at Gen Con!

ENnie Awards voting goes live today at 10AM CDT! Get your clicking fingers ready!

Don't forget to vote for next year's judges, too.

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I originally posted this in the Gen Con Attendees group, and spaced on posting it publicly.
The ENnie Awards is also looking for volunteers to help staff the booth in the Dealer Hall. We only require a 2-hour shift and all volunteers get swag bags on Sunday.

We're also looking for volunteers to help out at the ceremony on Friday night. There's a possibility of free badges for a couple of those volunteers. You can find more information, including contact information at our website.

http://www.ennie-awards.com/blog/booth-volunteers-needed/

Fred Rogers often told [a] story about when he was a boy and would see scary things on the news: "My mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.' To this day, especially in times of disaster, I remember my mother's words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there are still so many helpers — so many caring people in this world."
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