Inspiration at the Conference
The conference is over, and I am finally feeling like myself again. In that 12 hour day, almost everything flowed perfectly (Still need to hunt down the person who stole a turkey sub, leaving a lone veggie wrap on the food table.) When I thought about how my day would be, I imagined running here and there, putting out fires, but nope. All was calm and all the workshop leaders and volunteers delivered.
President Diana Dinverno kept the show rolling smoothly. Elizabeth Buzzelli, keynote speaker, was a huge hit. Her workshop was standing room only. I’ve heard nothing but good things about all of our workshops, the food, the library, and the gift bags.
My gift bag included a little sticker that said “inspire” and I hope that’s what the conference did for everyone. I felt the energy and was inspired! Today I finished a revision of my novel, Blue Heaven. So next, I take a day to read it through (tomorrow will be good, nothing on the calendar) and make final changes. Then polish and send to publisher.
And then on to the next book, which has already been written and revised. After sitting in a box for almost a year, I’m sure I’ll see its flaws. Still, I am inspired to revise and polish until I get every single one of my books right. That’s the magic of a conference.