Back from GenCon
I’m home from Gen Con, and working on catching up with everything. The convention was an absolute blast. Most of my time was spent on the Writers Symposium, signing books in Authors Alley, and hanging out with truly excellent people.
Huge thanks to Marc Tassin, who organized the Writers Symposium and did (in my opinion) a tremendous job of it. Thanks also to Don and Molly for all of their work both helping to run the programs and for making sure Marc occasionally stopped to eat or sleep.
There were many Moments of Awesomeness, far too many to list here. But I’m going to share a few highlights.
GenCon is a big event, with probably close to 50,000 people this year. This was only my second time attending, and I definitely needed to retreat to the hotel room from time to time to recharge. But this also means there were a lot of people I don’t see very often, or hadn’t yet met in person, and that was the absolute best part of the weekend.
I posted a few more pics on Facebook.
I’m slowly getting to various emails and other work that piled up over the weekend. Not to mention catching up on sleep. But I got to hang out with amazing people, sold 40+ books over in Authors Alley, and generally had an absolute blast.
Totally worth it.
My thanks to everyone who helped to make this weekend so much fun.
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