Much thanks to author Deanna Wadsworth for her crash course in networking. Did you catch it? Please visit her blog
Her class came just in time--I'm attending the "Secure Footing in a Changing Literary Landscape" symposium this Friday (organized by The Writers' Union of Canada).
This is what I'll be wearing...
and this what I'll be holding...
(The business card (with my photo on it) I designed, printed and cut--it's not that professional, but it better than a scribble on a napkin.)
Deanna has challenged me to make three social contacts during this event. Let's see how I do. I'll report back.
Here's my excuse, in case I need one, I'm an introvert and socializing is challenging for this dyslexic.
Okay, so, with the understanding that the only silly question is the one not asked, here are some questions for you...
Writer's maxim: show don't tell
How much do you show?
How you decided what to show and what not to?
Is it ever appropriate to tell? When? Why?
Work on work in progress
Word count: 33, 768 words
A new sentence added: They were solidly built, had fair complexions and board, round faces.