It’s been a few days since the Glorieta Christian Writers’ Conference ended. What a ride! Thirteen hours each day were filled with workshops, worship, appointments with authors, editors, and agents, and meeting new friends. All faculty walked in a refreshing servant-leader attitude. It was worth every minute and penny just to watch God orchestrate amazing things.
Summarizing here what I learned would take too long to write or read. Suffice it to say that I learned a lot. Now I need to write a lot. That’s the bottom line.
The authors I met were especially encouraging. They liked my writing, which helped my confidence. They also offered invaluable suggestions. Other potential opportunities came about which I wasn’t expecting. I’ll tell you more as time goes on.
Pictures of new friends…
The one of just the two of us is with Rosslyn Elliott, a fun, talented friend. The other group shot is with members of the Southwest Christian Writers Association –precious people! (L-R) Connie Peters, Kimberlae Houk, Barb Lukow, me, and Annette Hutchins.