I think as writers we all have those days where we feel like we’re running around like crazy people, not doing what we should be doing, not making an impact. Writing’s such a solitary endeavor. Aside from the few conferences we attend, our interaction with other writers happen via the internet or email, brief phone conversations or monthly RWA meetings.
Today is not one of those days. 🙂 Last night was my RWA chapter meeting, and I have to say, we had a great meeting. Great discussions, great turn-out, lots of excitement. As the president, I love it when things run smoothly. Our speaker ran a little long, and as a result, our business meeting was abbreviated, but that was just fine with me. The members were chatting about writing, and anytime we can get members excited about something in the industry, I’m happy. It was also a great meeting because I got to see two of my dearest friends – Intrigue author Alice Sharpe – who I have roomed with at Nationals the past few years (except for this year because she didn’t go!), and my VP, Lisa Catto – who is my other National roomie, and who also didn’t attend this year because she’s been in Italy the last month (I know, rough life, huh?) .