I had a great time at Rom.con. In addition to all the fun and games, including getting my clothes stuffed with balloons, I won an awesome basket brought by Tameri Etherton (Thank you, thank you, thank you, Tameri.) I couldn’t wait to read her book, The Stones of Kaldaar. I don’t usually read fantasy, but this was good. It was worth waiting until my friend who was driving instead of flying brought it to my house.
I like the little red dragon, which now sits on top of my computer, the beautiful flower decorated fan, and the Amazon gift card so I can buy more books. I’m saving the wine to celebrate when my next book, Pretend Princess, gets published.
I also couldn’t wait to wear the fun T-shirt entitled, “My muse must be sleeping off a drunk behind a dumpster somewhere.” I’m sure that’s the case, because I’m doing the Nanowrimo thing and trying to write ten pages a day. Somehow, the weekend got shot, and today I’ve only done three pages.
Well, I did have to research the great pyramid. Although I have forty years of National Geographic, my index only goes to 1976, and I couldn’t get into a more current online index without subscribing again. My husband says we can’t resubscribe because we’d have enough issues to sink the house.
I loved Rom.con and will be going again. Even if I don’t win a raffle basket, I’m sure to enjoy it.