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Visit Richard S. Todd at Fan Expo 2015!

Our President, Richard S. Todd, will be appearing at Fan Expo 2015 in Toronto between September 4th and 6th, so come out and say hello!

 

Richard will be selling and signing copies of his novels Raincloud and The Orphans of the Creek at the HWA booth (# 5221) at the following times:

  • Friday, September 4th, 2 – 4 PM
  • Saturday, September 5th, 4 – 6 PM

If you’re interested in attending any the HWA panels, he’ll be moderating three of them!

  • “So You Want to Write Horror?” – Friday at 11:15 AM in Room 703
  • “What Scares You?” – Friday at 12:45 PM in Room 705
  • “What’s the Next Big Thing in Horror Fiction?” – Sunday at 11:45 AM in Room 705

Buy some books, pose for a pic, and learn how you can be a writer at Fan Expo 2015 in Toronto. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and we hope to see you there!
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Richard S. Todd is President at The Editor’s Desk, providing professional content management and business copywriting services, as well as comprehensive manuscript editing and proofreading.

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Interview with The Town Crier

Richard S. Todd, President of The Editor’s Desk, is interviewed by Brian Baker of The Town Crier.

The May 22nd, 2014 edition of The Town Crier featured Brian Bakers’ interview with Richard S. Todd, President of The Editor’s Desk.

The interview, which took place in the Mt. Pleasant West area of Toronto, covered many topics, including screenwriting, book publishing, Mr. Todd’s charitable outreach program, and The Editor’s Desk.

Here are some snippets:

On his books: The theme of marginalized people factors into Todd’s writing. It was in his first novel, Raincloud, which was self-published in 2008, and in The Orphans of the Creek, which came out in 2012. The Orphans of the Creek is more of a psychological drama, with some violence and a little bit of blood,” he says, a mischievous grin developing. “But the monsters in my books are almost always human.”

On his story Clive possibly becoming a feature film: “I’ve had a few people say it would be a great film because the story is so nicely encapsulated and has a great theme about it,” Todd says. his eyes widening.

On The Editor’s Desk: When he’s not bashing away at the keyboard, Todd runs the Editor’s Desk, a company that offers editing services, screenplay coaching, and translation.

On charitable work: Todd also dabbles in altruism. In December he initiated Pay it Forward Coffee Day – Warm it Up!, an event where he bought 10 cups of coffee and handed them out to homeless people.

Read the full interview with The Town Crier here.