Found this picture while cleaning up my mailbox. It’s from the “Meet the Pros” party at the Shore Leave convention back in July. I was signing a copy of Gods of Justice, the superhero anthology which bought and published one of my short stories, and which I’d only obtained earlier in the day just prior to the start of the convention. I was rather pleased with how the book turned out, and was even more thrilled when a fan wanted to actually…you know…buy one. I think Kevin took this pic at my request while I was signing.
Anyway, it just sort of begs for a caption, doesn’t it? So, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to theorize what I might be writing in the book:
Should you or any member of your team be caught or killed by my editor, I will disavow all knowledge of your actions.
Carry on, boys and girls.
7 thoughts on “What’s Dayton writing in the book?”
“Suck it, Stan Lee.”
And right out of the gate, the bar is raised to its highest setting. Nice 🙂
“Dear Goodwill Staff: Sorry you got stuck with this cluttering your shelves.”
“Sorry… – Dayton”
“The new anthology is here! The new anthology is here! I’m a somebody now!”
A play on one of my favorite Steve Martin lines from “The Jerk”.
*scribble, scribble* Dayton WARD, how hard could it be? Dayton Ward, not Dayton, Ohio!
“My Best, William Shatner.”