Meet Horror Author Lucy Snyder at FLOW’s Anime Kon at 2 Mile Hill!

When you hear what some people did before they got famous, you wonder how is it possible when they’re so good at… Maybe it’s because they were doing such a boring job it led to their creativity blooming forth?

Lucy Snyder, who won the Bram Stoker award for writing Horror Genre books & stories used to do tech manuals, which can be a very dry and static presentation as it is essentially an expanded guide on how to use a gadget or device.

Lucy A. Snyder grew up in the cowboys-and-cactus part of Texas but currently lives in Worthington, Ohio. Her short work has appeared in publications such as Strange Horizons, Doctor Who Short Trips: Destination Prague, Chiaroscuro, Full Unit Hookup, and Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet.

Lucy A. Snyder grew up in the cowboys-and-cactus part of Texas but currently lives in Worthington, Ohio. Her short work has appeared in publications such as Strange Horizons, Doctor Who Short Trips: Destination Prague, Chiaroscuro, Full Unit Hookup, and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet.

While pursuing her dream of being a more lively author, she expanded on a sarcastic comment and created a series as you can hear in this Soundcloud clip;-

I got a copy of her “How To Install Linux On a Dead Badger“and plan to review shortly, and what about the awards themselves? How does one achieve such a prestigious celebration of your work? The process is rather similar to earning a Hugo or Nebula award (which is in Science Fiction in that scenario) as you can hear Lucy relate in this Soundcloud clip;-

This is just a small part of this year’s Pop Culture Anime Kon which is themed “Fantopia” and aimed at looking how the readers, players and wearers feel – it was all possible through FLOW who have not only Free WiFi at 2 Mile Hill, but chances via Text for you to win selfies sticks and more on either Pre-Paid or Post-Paid mobiles from FLOW!

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