Are Writers’ Conferences Worthwhile?

Sound advice from Ronald 😀

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climberWRITING CONFERENCES ARE NOT THIS HARD!

Going to a writing conference isn’t going to help you much with rock climbing (at least I don’t think it will … you never know), but a great reason to attend one … perhaps the best reason … is simply to meet other writers.

If you’re anything like me, the non-writers in your family look at you like you’re nuts when you simply stare at your computer screen because the right words just won’t come.

However, a fellow writer would understand a period of writer’s block and empathize with your lack of sleep while your characters won’t speak to you. They understand how difficult writing can be.

Besides gathering their empathy, it helps to hear about their successes … and their failures. Believe me, I know. If nothing else, it verifies you’re not alone.

If you don’t attend a regular critique or writers’…

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4 thoughts on “Are Writers’ Conferences Worthwhile?

  1. You have to be picky. I only attend the conferences that help me advance my craft. I don’t have time for pompous, self-important drivel … but a good, pithy subject, well-presented … nirvana! 😉

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