It is going to be pretty packed with panels non-stop from 8am to 9pm some nights. Oy. At least I'll be able to sleep in my own bed, after a 'quick' commute back home.
As a result, blogging will be light to non-existent but I'll try to make up for that by giving a nice, long debrief after its done. I will also try to keep turning out a few pages of this story or that but the page counts will likely be much smaller than average. Still, forward momentum.
I am also having my first pitch meetings, so tonight I'm going to hone my 'elevator' pitches for Angel Odyssey, Smooth Running and my YA Supernatural Thriller. Smooth Running's going to be the tough one, it was my first completed novel and as a result is wasn't as tightly plotted as it could/should be.
Anyway, if your'e there, look me up. I'm the burly, bald man in black.
What do you mean there's a thousand guys like that in Seattle? I'll be the one wearing the sportcoat.
*In a word: sportcoats. I swear, every author signing I go to (GRRM excepted), the guy is wearing a sportcoat. I'm heading to Men's Warehouse after work just so I can blend in.