(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot)
Bonus weekend posts from MileHiCon:
As I posted previously, one of my goals this convention was to challenge myself to overcome my innate shyness and y’know, like, talk to people.
My progress so far:
Last night, sat at the bar at a table with a couple of authors and actually carried on conversations. Yay!
This morning, attended a panel titled “Scoring in the Elevator: Writing a Good Two-Sentence Pitch”. Except that it turned out not to be a panel, but a workshop. Once I learned that, I nearly turned tail and fled, but instead I stayed and presented my pitch for “The Daughters of August Winterbourne”. And as a result, I had five author panelists and a room full of other aspiring authors work with me to craft this pitch:
When the techno-plundering Tarmanian Empire kidnaps their inventor father, four sisters must pilot his airship across Victorian Europe to rescue him.
I like it!
More updates as they occur. (My next challenge is to BE a panelist, but talking about start-up conventions rather than my writing. Still, it’s a start!)