Sunday, August 13, 2006

Hello, hello, hello! We're home! I'm safely ensconced back in upstate New York as of Saturday evening...in time for Buffalo Chicken wings, I might add! And Mimi is safely back in North Carolina as of Sunday evening!

Oh, and greetings and salutations to all my new readers from the conference! If you need help with blogging just email me!

Well folks I can't say enough about the conference. If you've never went to one, especially the GPCWC This wonderful lady pictured right below with me, Marlene Bagnull, did a fabulous job of setting up this conference. The schedule was full of so many interesting classes that Mimi and I never even had time to find a Phila Cheesesteak sandwich!

The GPCWC also has its Own Blog Check it out!

Ooh, ooh....this mysterious blonde in between Mimi and I, is none other than Kathryn Mackel. Remember we reviewed her latest book, The Hidden. Go check out the review on my Book Reviews in the top Navbar! Mimi and I took her three day Continuing Sessions course on Story Structure for Novelists. She taught us everything from Concept to Climax. And spent personal time with each of us and our manuscripts!

This little dark-haired beauty is none other than my friend and author, Lisa Samson She will have a new novel out soon called Straight Up. She's got 16 novels out there...so...LOL...she's doing something right! I call her my Bohemian friend...*sigh* I probably should change that since she cut off all her long blonde hair and went au natural...Oh, well...Lisa...babe...BACK UP YOUR HARDDRIVE!...ROFLOL!

This tall gentleman with the mustache is William K Jensen, the literary agent!

While this gentleman is none other than Terry Whalin, the fiction acquisitions editor at Howard Books. I'm holding up his Book Proposals That Sell. Believe me when I say, if you want a leg up on the competition, this is a book that you need!

And this darling girl, is Jennifer Peterson. The Senior review editor for Peterson Ink, the inhouse publishing company responsible for Heartsong Presents line of Barbour Books. She is just delightful...and thanks again Jenn, for the help with the prologue!

So here we sit, tired and happy...and with funny, glowing eyes from the camera! We met so may cool people that I can't even name them all, but Jeff Edmondson...Yikes! LOL...sorry Jeff, I just realized what I said on your tape!, Julie Smith, Bryan Davis, Wanda Dyson, Patricia Haley, Cec Murphey, Joyce Moccero, and Pam Halter (I know she has a blog! Mimi, what's the address??) top the list!

15 Comments:

  1. jel said...
    Glad you 2 had a great time,
    and that you had a safe trip!


    have a great day!
    Bernita said...
    Clearly, a wonderful, entergizing time!
    Bonnie, I MISSED you!
    Love these pictures, natural, none of that awkward, artificial posing. (Bet they wouldn't dare, you'd swat them)
    How nice to have you back.
    Ric said...
    WElcome back - all wired up and ready to send those queries out. That's what it's all about.

    Glad you had a great time.
    M. C. Pearson said...
    I'm finally awake after 12 hours of sleep! As soon as I get the boys to and from swimming lessons, I'm revamping my first and last chapters and they will be off to Bill!

    I'm still catching my breath on the awe of knowledge gained from the conference.
    M. C. Pearson said...
    Oh, I'm not sure of Pam's blog address...maybe she is at Marlene's blog links?
    Gordon Cloud said...
    Sounds like you had a great time. Glad y'all made it back safely. I was beginning to think we might have to send a search party or something. :)
    M. G. Tarquini said...
    Glad you're back. I missed you. These are great photos, but they're pixely. Do you have any of better quality you can ship me in email?

    That's too bad about the cheesesteak. A good one is really a treat. It's the bread.
    The Curmudgeon's Rant said...
    I can tell that you two had a great time. It’s too bad about the cheese steak though.

    Tell us more about all the happenings. I bet you've got some stories.
    Vanda said...
    Nice to have you back blogging Bonnie. Sounds like you had a truly great time.
    Dana Y. T. Lin said...
    Welcome home!
    Joe said...
    I enjoyed the pictures, although the gleam in the eyes in that last one reminded me of a flick about aliens or something.

    Welcome back!
    Shelley said...
    Welcome home Bonnie! Glad you had a fabulous time at the conference!
    Rulan said...
    Glad to see you back. My, you must of had a wonderful time.

    You will have to tell us all the things you've learned.
    Live, Love, Laugh said...
    looks like you had alot of fun on your tiip, glad you made it home safely.
    Ballpoint Wren said...
    I love all these pictures, Bonnie!

    It looks like a lot of fun to go to one of these conferences, not to mention informative. I haven't written any books, though!

    Maybe I could go as a writer's conference groupie?

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