For writers attending a writer’s conference, there are very high hopes about learning new things, meeting new people, and gaining that extra spark of motivation. Sometimes, those hopes go unfulfilled.
Writers’ conferences are important for new and seasoned writers trying to find their way. You invest with time and money, hoping for inspiration to keep you going. This is a conversation about how the wrong conference can affect your productivity—throw off your writing and dampen your spirit.
S: So, we’ve got that conference coming up—Bay to Ocean—end of February.
D: Yes, and I know we’re both hoping for great things.
S: Especially after that one we attended last April…
D: Dare we name it?
S: Yes, I think we should.
D & S: Conversations and Connections.
S: What was the one thing you learned at the conference?
D: Um, what NOT to do? How about you?
S: I learned how to insult writers who are better, more accredited than me.
D: That’s a very useful skill!
S: I especially want to talk about the first panel session we attended: Faking…
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