The Weir Chronicles Series author Sue Duff – DCC 2017

Not So Sufferin’ Sappho host dj Dénouement aka Dayna L Himot reporting day one from Denver Comic Con 2017 with Sue Duff author of “The Weir Chronicles.

Staying inspired, standing up for creativity and personal diligence are the permeating themes evolving from Dayna L Himot’s DCC interviews.  2017 marks Duff’s fourth Comic Con in Denver. The duo discuss some of her favorite DCC cosplay she spied including Rorschach from The Watchmen, to quirky experiences with her family on the bittersweet journey of her characters from Fade to Black to her Weir Chronicles.  Duff is a RMFW Colorado Gold Writing Contest winner, a member of The Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and The Pikes Peak Writers.

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The Weir Chronicles series author Sue Duff

Dayna L. Himot aka Dénouement interviews The Weir Chronicles Series author Sue Duff (photo/Kaitlyn Marie 2017)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet the Writer: (From http://sueduff.com/sue-duff-writer/) Sue has been writing since high school but never became serious about it until a skiing accident laid her up for an entire summer and she turned on the word processor to combat the boredom. A couple years later, her first urban fantasy novel, Fade to Black, was a finalist in the RMFW Colorado Gold Writing Contest. By day, she’s a dedicated speech-language therapist in an inner city school district to pay the bills but her life as a writer is her true passion and the creative outlet keeps her sane.

She is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and The Pikes Peak Writers. Her creativity extends into her garden and the culinary arts. She is the second oldest of six girls with an avid reader mom and her dad, the family’s single drop of testosterone in a sea of estrogen.

Connect with her through email at sueduffauthor@gmail.com or to get the latest news, updates on events or the scoop on future novels in The Weir Chronicles series, subscribe to her email list

 

The Weir ChroniclesDayna L. Himot aka Dénouement is Met Radio Denver’s resident house and techno DJ, host of The Not So Sufferin’ Sapphos and  a staff writer at Metrosphere arts, literature and culture magazine. Currently living in Colorado, she is product of the late eighties and early nineties underground club scene, she considers herself a die hard New Englander. In reality she prides herself in the cultural climate of wherever she is. Her passion for social documentation via sound, prose, and experience was spurred at a young age. The mother of two teenage boys, she now is a junior at MSU Denver minoring in French with a concentration in social documentary journalism. 2017 will mark her third year at Burning Man. Most recently she was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists for her award winning nonfiction article “Bringing Back Burning Man,” featuring the story of “The Awesome Sweater.”

 

Author: Dayna L. Himot

Dayna L. Himot aka Dénouement is a staff writer at Metrosphere, Met Media DIME Project Manager, and Met Radio’s resident house and techno DJ. A product of the late eighties and early nineties underground club scene, she considers herself a diehard New Englander. In reality she prides herself in the cultural climate of wherever she is. Her passion for social documentation via sound, prose, and experience was spurred at a young age. With two sons in high school, she now is a junior at MSU Denver minoring in French with a concentration in social documentary journalism.

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