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If anyone here has been keeping up with my journals, then you'll know that last weekend (30th of August to 1st of September) was the Wolf's Bane convention, hosted by Rogue Events. You'll also know that i'm a member of staff for Rogue & work the conventions. Because I was a little out of the loop, I had no idea that Wolf's Bane was the first ever convention for Teen Wolf! The TV series, not the movie! lol As such, I was in for a big surprise!.. The guests we had had were fantastic! They really engaged the attendee's, gave them plenty of their time & tried to answer as many of their questions as possible. They really appeared to be enjoying themselves as well. They gave some of the best panels i've seen & were really at home with the attendee's
Even though I was pretty busy, I still had a lot of fun. I was helping the tech guys (sound & lighting) for the most part over the weekend... but I still got whisked off to do some PA'ing, helping with the auto room, photo ops & various other duties... I even helped a little with the quiz! lol
Below are my photo op's... you can also find them in my Wolf's Bane folder, here on dA, with a brief description to every picture
As ever, I got to meet some great people again (guests & attendee's) over the weekend, & i'm really looking forward to WB2 next year. We'll be at a much bigger venue, so i'm anticipating additional guests & three times as many attendee's
Watch this space!!!
Rogue Events (web page): www.rogueevent.co.uk/wordpress…
Rogue Events (facebook): www.facebook.com/rogueevents
Wolf's Bane (facebook): www.facebook.com/groups/138136…
The last Few Days...
A lot of you reading this from Sig Labs will be aware that my activity has been vastly reduced on site. The reason being, i've been spending a lot of time with my family on the lead up to Stu's inquest. I realise that may sound a little selfish, but I really didn't want to get distracted or bogged down with issues that might lessen my concentration on somthing that was so very important to us all as a family. So, i've just limited my time to facebook, where my sister spends a fair amount of time. For the purposes of those on facebook & Sig Labs (i'll be linking this blog on there & Sig labs), i'll give a brief outline of the findings