In one week I’ll be at the airport.
It’s time for the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Dallas. This is my first writing conference, and I’ve already shared some resources I’ve found while preparing.
One would think that with all the advice on the web that there wouldn’t be nerves. Ah, who am I fooling? We’re human, and anytime we do something wildly different it will create anxiety. I’ve been working on a novel for a long time. It’s finally to a point where I feel comfortable going and seeing what happens.
So, if you’re like me and worried about what to expect for your first conference, here’s a few more posts I’ve found circulating the net while
procrastinating preparing for take-off.
Mike Duran says chuck the check list but pack the deodorant.
Agent Karen Ball gives her two B’s for the conference. Scroll to the bottom of her post, and you’ll find several other helpful links. One of them I’ll link specifically, from Tamela Hancock Murray for the ACFW 2011 Conference with the helpful title of Conquering Conference Jitters. So you can read that post, or jitter away. The choice is yours.
Maybe I’ll see you at the conference. If we’re lucky, we won’t end up like the unfortunate gentleman below.
|True picture of a n00b at the ACFW conference last year