Journaling Live from the Collins Marriot

It’s appropriate. We’re doing the panel on networking and presence on line today, so gotta practice what we preach.

Jim is an amazingly easy guest. He’s pretty much what you’d expect from the persona on his blog, and he’s really funny in panels. I think he’s a hit with the locals. At least last night they were very impressed that there are Goblin Quest figures.

My life has been taken up a bit in the logistics of being a girl Friday. Today I have my own reading at 10:30 CST (Oliver Toddle and Overlord shorts), a panel on internet-ness, and some fair amount of shuttling guests and friends to and from meals.

In other breaking news, just about to start the last of the books I bought at Wiscon this year. I’m amazed that it took me about six months, roughly to get through that part of the book stack. I shudder to think what the ARC haul at World Fantasy will be. Shudder in a good way. I understand there is UPS shipping at the convention, and I think we could avail ourselves of that some.

So, gonna scan the rest of the sites, see what’s up, and get down to the business of a day at the convention. All before my battery runs out.


Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

2 thoughts on “Journaling Live from the Collins Marriot”

  1. I became interested in writing because I love books. I now spend so much time writing, thinking about writing, and studying writing that actual reading gets pushed out of the way.

    Thanks for making my first Con an awesome experience.

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