Boy what an exciting time the past days has been. It was our annual
Sleuth Fest with Book agents, Book publishers and experts from all over the
United States, were in attendance. Mystery writers have some of the in
I had the privilege
to work the registration desk and got to meet everyone first. With several one
hour and half seminars on all types of subjects it was one of the best we’ve
had. Learning from some of the best authors, and publishers, all the tricks of
the trade. It’s very had as a new author to get answers to questions you would
normally never get the change to ask.
sometimes the questions we ask seem simple, or really stupid, they make you
feel they are just as important as a complex question. That’s what learning is
all about. Being able to ask those stupid questions and get a real answers. Ones
we can put to actual use by simple means.
For those of us that are not tech savvy they make is
simple for us to use.
It’s also nice to
meet people and be able to talk to them on a one to one basis. They don’t make
you feel like you are interrupting them or that you are a nobody, so don’t
bother me attitude.
Andrew Gross was
our key note speaker and what story he had to tell. He just had open heart
surgery a month ago, but still came to speak to us. He is just like all of us,
down to earth, good old boy!
Being able to
attend and being able to part of such a great program, it truly was a great
Well I don’t know
if I’ll put all the things I was taught to use in my novels and for my novels
but I do know I’m going to try. It couldn’t hurt as they say.
Well I’ve bent your ear long enough so I’ll close.