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I finally got the recap of the conference filmed and uploaded! Until next time, word nerds!
It seems like just a few weeks ago I was getting an invitation to teach at the Taylor University’s Professional Writing Conference. And yet, in just a few days, that’s where I’ll be. I’ve been preparing in earnest for the last few weeks. I’m teaching a workshop on writing for kids, sitting on a panelContinue reading “Conference Week”
I Guess I’m a Real Adult Now?
I graduated from college a year ago. So I’ve been reflecting on the last year and all that’s been going on in my life. And I’ve come to a conclusion. I’m a real adult now. And, yes, that should be a fairly obvious conclusion. I’m now 23 years old, so I’m legally an adult. I’veContinue reading “I Guess I’m a Real Adult Now?”
How to Survive a Writer’s Conference (Or an Introvert’s Guide to Being Social)
As I mentioned earlier this week, I attended a writer’s conference recently. This is the second one I’ve been to this year, and I like to think I’ve learned a few things about doing conferences well. Some of these things I’ve been told to do, others I’ve had to discover through trial and error. HopefullyContinue reading “How to Survive a Writer’s Conference (Or an Introvert’s Guide to Being Social)”