Join us as L Dean Pace-Frech goes Outside the Margins.
It is GRL time again and I will be missing all my friends I met in person, and online, at RainbowCon back in April. I can’t believe how much I learned at my first Con and wanted to share some of those ideas with you this week. It’s too late for many of us to get to GRL this year, but hopefully you’ll see some insight into why I think you should attend next year.
Even if you are just a reader, with no intentions of ever becoming a writer, the Cons can be a great way to connect with your favorite authors and other readers who enjoy their books. Unless you are Anne Rice or Stephen King, publishers just don’t send us out on nationwide book signing tours. Even Anne Rice only did three signings when her new werewolf series launched a couple of years ago. The conventions are a great way to meet us in person and hang out for a few days. While many of us are published in ebook format, these events are also a great way to obtain signed copies of print books for precious collections.
I wished I had attended at least one convention as an aspiring writer before being published. I can’t even begin to list the benefits of going to RainbowCon. I learned how to ask for reviews from the blog sites and made personal connections for guest posts. I got to attend workshops that have helped my writing. And, as I’ve already mentioned, I can’t even begin to count all the new friends I made, both in person and online through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
I will miss everyone at GRL this year, but I have made promise to myself to do whatever it takes to get there next year. Whether you’re a reader or a fellow author, I’d love to see you there, too.
~ L Dean Pace-Frech
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