Two weeks remain until I leave for Anime Boston, and the pressure is beginning to build. Over the next two weeks, I’ll be scrambling to prepare for the stocking up on supplies, scrambling to get funds together, preparing for the panel, and getting ready for an interview with the ladies of Stereopony.
Anime Boston has always been a “working weekend” for me. It’s not uncommon to spend upwards of forty hours writing stories, editing footage, and posting photos from the day. However, I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t love every second of it. Conventions are a chance for me to really unwind, and sink into my element. Every year, I try to take in a little more of the event. Whether it’s checking out a new panel, attending a workshop, or even spend that odd twenty minutes checking out a new anime series.
This year, I’ll be wandering the event and trying to keep the content flowing both on Anime Dream and the Herald. In the lead-up to the event, I’ll be preparing more con-themed pieces. At the same time, I’ll be working on a few ideas to give something back to you, dear reader.
The rush has begun. However, my commitment to providing a high-quality product still stands. While the pieces will grow a bit shorter until the event, I hope that you, dear reader, will continue to enjoy the content nonetheless.