I’m not a big convention goer, the only ones I’ve been to are writing ones…
Good thing I have a blog about writing!
Get ready for a load of free books
People love giving away books at conventions…too many books. I now have a shelf devoted to free books. You get free books on the door, then more as you go into different rooms, you better hope they’re a good read.
Putting this many anti-social people in one room may not be the best idea
I don’t know about you but I hate bloody communicating people…no offense. But what I’ve come to realise is that most writers are also weird shut-ins who refuse to talk. And nothing is more awkward than when EVERYONE in the room doesn’t know who to start a conversation.
Group workshops are definitely not the best idea
Honestly workshop are pretty good ideas. I just wish no one else was in there with me and I think everyone else’s thinking the same thing.
Civil war: Traditional vs. Self publishing
A strange thing happens at writing conventions, especially panels. You’re either Team ‘in it for the money’ or Team ‘putting in the effort’ and you may be able to tell which side I’ve taken if only because Traditional published author seem to be the only ones allowed on panel.
So have you ever been to a writing convention? Do you want to? Or have I offended you with my team choices?
Let me know below.