Hey everyone. I’m currently on vacation, enjoying some skiing and trying not to injure myself. But I’ll be at Life, The Universe, and Everything (LTUE) writing convention in Provo, Utah this weekend. If you’re in the area, come check it out. Here’s my schedule:
Here’s my updated convention schedule for the year, with events I’ve already attended in italics and a new one added in bold.
LTUE February 15-17, UT
Whimsycon March 2-4, CO
Liberty Con June 29-July 1, TN
Dragon Con August 30-September 3, GA
Mile Hi Con October 19-21, CO
Yes, I’m excited to be going to Dragon Con this year as an Attending Professional. I have no idea what my panels will look like, yet, but I’m really looking forward to the event!
Apologies for the delay in posting this. Between the long drive out and back and the backlog of stuff I had to do once I got home, I’m a bit behind on posting.
LTUE is always a fantastic convention. It is predominantly a writing convention, which makes it more focused and the group, as a whole, is filled with writers more than fans. Pretty much everyone there is there to improve their writing craft and to network and socialize.
The panels, as always, are fantastic. There’s a huge range of panel topics, which offer great topics that are useful for new writers as well as experienced writers who are looking to learn about new subjects. Unlike some other conventions, though, the big draw is the time spent between panels, chatting with other authors and having the opportunity for one on one discussions.
If you are a prospective author, the convention is fantstic and I can’t recommend it enough.
Hi, everyone. I’ll be at the LTUE convention in Provo, Utah this week. Below is my schedule. If you are in the area, feel free to swing by. LTUE is a really great writing convention and for those of you who are aspiring authors, I can’t recommend it enough. Even for those of you who are published, there are some great panels on everything from producing audiobooks to networking with authors to improving your craft. Besides that, it’s fun and there are a lot of great people.
Thursday 10:00:00 How to Feed an Army (M) Arches
Saturday 09:00:00 Powered Armor: Design and Tactics (M) Amphitheater
Saturday 14:00:00 Building Seaworthy Ships (P) Elm
Saturday 17:00:00 Writing Battle Scenes (M) Amphitheater