Good Lord, we're one week away! Instead of adding another blog post on prepping for the conference, I thought I'd do a round-up of posts to help you get ready:
- July 2013 Packing Tips Part 1
- Jami Gold's The Mega-Huge Ultimate RWA Packing List
- Erin Knightley's How to Pack For Nationals
- My post on packing: RWA Countdown: Why Packing for a Trip is like Writing–Do It with Purpose or It Can Cost You…
Third generation screenwriter Joss Whedon has a cult following for many, if not all his works (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse...the list goes on).
A master storyteller at his prime, he gave a commencement speech to the graduates of his alma mater Wesleyan last week. He finished by talking about how the students will change the future - how we all change the future.
I don't often write about my job, but after thinking this over for the last two days I've decided I should.
On Monday evening our desk was sent a tip about a recent presentation that Elizabeth Smart made at a human trafficking forum at Johns Hopkins. We put our feelers out to see if another desk had something in the works, but we concluded that there wasn't anything coming.
It's with great pleasure I introduce one of my friends and critique partners, author C.A. Szarek. She's on a blog tour promoting the release of her amazing fantasy "Sword's Call."
One lucky person who comments will choose their prize: either a SWAG prize pack or an eBook of Sword's Call.
I managed to snag C.A. long enough to ask her a few questions about her hectic, rewarding writing life.