Las Vegas author Cynthia Vespia has delivered another page turning novel with Lucky Sevens. The story of a former Navy SEAL with an attitude and a drinking problem whose boss takes a nose dive off his penthouse balcony. Head of security, Luca “Lucky” Luchazi loses his mentor and friend when Charles Vega winds up dead outside the Lucky Sevens Hotel and Casino and for a brief time, he loses his way as well.
Back in 2005 author Cynthia Vespia published The Crescent via self publishing and now in 2014 not only is the book being re-released but it is being made into a film. Ms. Vespia has written a total of nine novels and somewhat ironically, it is the first of her works that has been optioned to become a film and is currently in preproduction.
Day three of the Amazing LV Comic Con consisted of Cosplay Heroes, times two, author Cynthia Vespia, and the Winner Twins, again. Of course there was much going on, just like the prior two days. There were less people running around as Harley Quinn, Batman, or the Joker, but there was a Robocop and Iron Man, the chap had lights and everything. Most impressive and considering that the amount of energy required to wear these cumbersome looking costumes must have been huge, the sense of good will and friendliness remained. As well as the willingness to pose for photos.
Day one of the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con was brilliant and I was loving it, so was the crowd. The atmosphere at the event was friendly, fun, encouraging, and exciting. There were a number of well known comic artists and writers. The number of cosplay costumes were too many to count and ran from the scary, Spawn to the more child friendly, Pokemon.