Not a New York Times bestseller (yet), S. A. J. Friederich self-published her debut book The Ties That Bind on Amazon when things were a little less hectic in her life. She has two other books available in e-book format only; you can find them on Amazon: A Daughter's Love and Never Forgotten. Living as a troll in her brother's basement, she is slowly getting back on the bridge of writing again with her two cats and dog to distract her daily.
An avid reader, D&D fan, gamer, and enthusiast of hobby after hobby, she strives to pursue the enjoyments in life and tries not to dwell on the negatives.
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Samantha Gorel is a freelance artist who works full time as a professional illustrator selling prints and commissions. She is based out of Madison, Wisconsin in the United States. She is self-taught and has been running Artist Alley tables for about 8 years now. Her first book, Manga: The Mega Guide was published by England's SEARCH Press in 2016. She was a Manga Art Workshop teacher at the International School of Comic in Chicago in 2017.
Comic artist, author, and actor who was born and bred in Minnesota. Daniel writes and draws the web comic Everyday Gods which debuted in 2007, and draws the web comic World Wide News as well. Life is a Natural One is a new straight-to-print comic that Daniel created for a Wisconsin paper, but is being converted to a comic book medium. Currently he has also begun another project, The Adventures of Bastian and Mushu. He is known for his top hat, his puppet companion, and being an equal-opportunity offender, however he promises to be good for at least five minutes a day. As well as being an artist, Daniel has performed in many theatrical productions, from community theaters to professional work. Acting has always been a great passion of his. Currently he lives with his wife in St. Paul, where they run Mohr Creations together selling his artwork and her custom-made fine jewelry. Daniel has also begun his own publishing company, Wolfie B Bad Productions.
Wolfie was born in Minnesota, and was born to be an actor. He was on stage making audiences laugh when he was only three months old. Since then he has expanded his repertoire to include audience participation stand-up, giving advice via the podcast Bad Advice with Wolfie and Cory!! and carousing on an Olympic level. Wolfie has presented at Fortune 500 companies, and has also run for president. Vote Awesome in any future election; they all pay well.
WausaubiCon is a celebration of all things Geek: Animation, Science Fiction, Video and Board Games, Costumes, Steampunk, Writing, and Drawing, here in Central Wisconsin. Hosted by Central Wisconsin Anime, this event is open to the public and to all ages. Come join in the fun!