I had returned from the Nebulas 2019 alight with the glory of friendship and my creative well so full, I’m a little worried about dipping into it. I attended 7 panels, met 53 people (yes, I kept track), and returned with a newfound sense of “maybe this writing thing will be okay, actually.”
In a star struck trance and physical pain from working on conferences all week, I am writing to you about the amazing day of writing goodness I had on Saturday, November 14th. I’m grateful I took a chance and went to the Boston Writing Workshop. I feel more equipped to query, to talk about my work, and to make my writing the best it can be. It’s no new revelation that a great premise takes work and refinement and even a bit of, dare I say it, marketing. But this post isn’t about that. It’s a retrospective on my experience at this marvelous workshop hosted by the inspiring Chuck Sambucino.