Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Find Me at WriteOnCon

Today, I'm on vacation with the family. I admit, I'm writing and scheduling this post in advance, but by the time you read this I will:

  • have been to Cardiff, Wales and toured sites related to two great men: King Arthur and Doctor Who
  • be currently in London, seeing all the usual tourist sites
  • be headed to Paris tomorrow, where I hope to meet up with Katie Mills, otherwise known as Creepy Query Girl

I'm sure I'll have photos and stories to share next week. In all probability, I've been posting pictures and updates on Facebook and Twitter all week.

I also appeared at WriteOnCon yesterday -- or at least, my article on REVISION appeared there. Come say hello!

Cheers!

9 comments:

  1. Loved your post on WriteOnCon. Have a great trip. It's cool you'll get to meet Katie.

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  2. Cool! I hope you're having a blast. Can't wait to see your pictures. :)

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  3. Have a great vacation. When I saw WriteOnCon my mind switched it to Comic Con. WriteOnCon is cool too.... :)

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  4. Can't wait to hear the stories and see the pics! Have fun!!

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  5. I was sure I hit your blog yesterday, and then I realized I saw you at WriteOnCon and assumed. Silly me. I'm excited to see your pictures and hear about your adventure (but not until I gag the jealous creature inside my skull).

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  6. Hi Dianne - enjoy your time .. I'm sure you are. Cardiff is a great city - while meeting King Arthur and Dr Who - cross the centuries somewhat!

    Paris - gay Paris .. have fun ... what a great family trip ..

    Then your meet up with Katie - what fun .. and WriteOnCon - lots and lots going on ...

    Happy days and cheers Hilary

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  7. Your vacay sounds absolutely awesome! I can't wait to see the pics. And congrats on your article for WOC! :-)

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  8. Yes, I found you at WriteOnCon and left a comment on your post. I hope you're having lots of fun on your trip. I visited Europe years ago, and would love to go there again when the kids are older.

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