By the time you read this I’ll probably be knee-deep in information overload at the RWA national conference. While the conference is a great place to learn new things, it is, more importantly, a great place to network and can be a great way to re-focus and re-energize one’s writing.
There are a number of great sessions on the agenda, many of them happening concurrently so I’ve been forced to make a valiant attempt to be in two places at one time. So far so good, though a magic teleportation device would certainly be a handy thing to have about now.
One set of sessions I’ve definitely made sure to attend are the hour-long “Writing Sprints.” The first such session was hosted by a couple of my favorite authors – Tawna Fenske and Kristan Higgins. It was appallingly early in the morning (for me at least), but was an opportunity I didn’t want to miss, even if I needed an extra-large jolt of caffeine to get me going.
There will be another such session today.
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