This could be my last post until late Sunday evening. Why? Because The Frontiers In Writing Conference kicks off tomorrow evening here in Amarillo and since I am one if the trusty volunteers, I'll be busy.
This is one of my favorite times of the year because I get to catch with and chat with many of my writer friends. Even though most of them live in this area and we occasionally talk via email this is when I get to sit and talk nothing but writing for several days. For anyone who lives within a days drive of Amarillo, basically the ares between Denver and Dallas and Tulsa to the Arizona, New Mexico line, should try to attend next year. There are always great speakers along with agents and editors. This years lineup included New York Times best selling author Barry Eisler, RWA Hall of Famer Jodi Thomas, Kensington editor Hilary Sares, literary agents, Andrea Brown and Terry Whalin. As well as authors Britta Coleman, Solana Delamant, Linda Rohrbough along with editor Melanie Rigney. The netwroking is great and who knows I met move one more rung closer to publication.
If you get bored in my absence check out some of the links above or pop over to these blogs and websites so you can check out some of my writing friends. The ones I will be hanging out with this weekend.
Bluefingers -- Deborah Elliott-Upton -- Jennifer Archer -- Dee Burks -- Phyliss Miranda --
I'm sure I have forgotten about someone who has a blog or website, but these are the ones that come to mind. I'll try to post something quick between now and Thursday but if not I promise to post the next edition of The Feedstore Chronicles Sunday night once I land in Houston. That is where I'm headed just as soon as the writers conference is over. I'll also try to take some pictures and post them next week.