Last Day of the PSWA Conference

Sunday begins with a bang when Sunny Frazier tells us how much sex is too much?

I thought that topic ought to get people up and to the conference on time.

Following we'll talk about setting, the importance and whether real or fictional is better. The panelists are Sue McGinty, Rebecca Dahlke, W.S. Gager, and Madeline Gornell.

And last, but certainly not least, and one of the most important topics for fiction writers is: POV, Why Does it Matter explained by Morgan St. James.

Next will be the final book sale and signing.

After lunch, the contest awards will be given out.

Pretty exciting stuff.

And like last year, as soon as we're through and get the evaluations, we'll begin planning for the next conference.

Marilyn

Comments

Steve said…
What a great conference. We always learn something and what incredible talent in that room. But we missed a few people this year. I missed Joyce and Tim and Sarah. Still a great conference.
M.M. Gornell said…
I sure enjoyed the panel with Rebecca Dahlke and W.S (Wendy) Gager. Sue McGinty asked great questions (I think!) that addressed some important aspects of "setting." It was so nice discussing a topic I think is important with such gracious and knowledgeable co-panelists and moderator. And congrats to Wendy for her awards at the luncheon. Well done!

Madeline (M.M.) Gornell
Sue McGinty said…
Loved the conference. Thanks to all for the kind words about our panels. Onward and Upward.

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