Today was a travel day for me. I’m in Salt Lake City to attend a seminar addressing the business side of writing (Superstars Writing Seminar) and being taught by the likes of Kevin J. Anderson, Brandon Sanderson, David Farland, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Eric Flint, and Rebecca Moesta. While here, I’ll try to provide a few blog updates about the seminar and my adventures – literary and otherwise.
The trip has started out rather inauspiciously, to be honest. I wasn’t supposed to leave New York until tomorrow afternoon, but the gods of snow (or maybe just some suit at Delta) decided a big storm was coming and canceled my flight (though not a flake of snow has yet fallen). My only choices were: come on a 6am flight today or not at all. So, here I am. Sleepy and a bit jet-lagged, but here. It’s cold (around 14 degrees right now) and there’s snow just about everywhere you look. But, man, the mountains are really pretty, and a hot shower managed to scour away the residual pain of getting up at 4am.
Right now I’m at a little cafe far too cute to exist anywhere outside of a movie (Raw Bean Coffeehouse) and determined to stop using this internet connection to procrastinate 🙂
I’m going to go and write now. You should too.
See you later.
2 thoughts on “On the road, again”
Have a fantastic time, and learn bunches.
Sherrilyn Kenyon. I’ve got a bunch of her books. Say hi for me. HA! And stay warm.