We have some exciting news! CCAS has moved to a new and improved version of our platform. Not only is it more powerful and better organized, it is completely responsive (looks great on all devices).

The only issue we are experiencing with this move:
Members who joined after August 22, 2019 WILL NEED TO RE-ENTER THEIR PROFILE QUESTION, ANSWERS. Please accept our sincere apologies for this inconvenience.

We have added a new Profile Question: "Which Category best describes you?"

Categories: Amateur Artist, Professional Artist, Amateur Writer, Professional Writer, Independent Self-Publisher, Traditional Publisher, and Fan.

Please edit your Profile, and select your chosen category. By choosing the category that best describes you, will enable you to add content to the appropriate new modules:
1. Artists: Add photos to the new Arts & Prints Photo Module.
2. Writers: Add your bio information to the new Writers List Module.
3. Publishers: Add your bio information to the new Publishers List Module.
4. Publishers & Writers: Add books to the new Comic Books & Graphic Novels Module.

CLICK HERE to Edit Profile Questions.

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  • Thank a lot Joe for the encouragement!-
  • HI Joe,

    Happy Thanksgiving! I'm Scott A. Shuford, one of the new Board members. I wanted to stop in and say thanks for being involved with CCAS! If you have any input or would like to be involved with anything in particular, please let me and Eric Jansen (Membership Coordinator for CCAS) know by contacting us both through the site. We'll be making several announcements in the coming weeks, so stay tuned. To see a bit more about me, check out my profile here on the site. I'm looking forward to getting to know you better.

    At Your Service,

    Scott A. Shuford
    CCAS Board Member 2008-2010

    Consider the words of C.S. Lewis:
    "If there lurks in most modern minds the notion that to desire our own good and to earnestly hope for the enjoyment of it is a bad thing, I suggest that this notion has crept in from Kant and the Stoics and is no part of the Christian faith. Indeed, if we consider the unblushing promises of reward and the staggering nature of the rewards promised in the Gospels, it would seem that our Lord finds our desires, not too strong, but too weak. We are half-hearted creatures, fooling around with drink and sex and ambition when infinite joy is offered us, like an ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at sea. We are far too easily pleased."
  • Hey, Joe! It is so good to be here, surrounded by brothers and sisters. I have made so many friends through CCAS and cons; it is a blessing to have them just a keyboard away now.
  • Thanks!

    Sorry I didn't reply sooner. haven't been on in awhile.
  • What's up Joe! I pray everything is going well with you and the family. It doesn't look like I'll be making any trips to Chicago in the near future. It sure fun meeting you and your wife. May the Lord continue to bless you.
  • Okay! Now I understand. Those pictures were taken by my husband in Japan on one of our trips. I should put up some more on my page at this site.
  • Thanks for the nice words on my blog Joe!
  • Hi Joe--I think you left a comment on my page that may have been for someone else? It was about some "incredible photos" on my page? But I don't have any!

    Need to put some, I guess!

    Anyway, God bless ya!
  • Thanks Joe!
  • thats cool
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