Recently I had the honor of keynoting the first ever Indiepalooza writers conference for writers considering a non-traditional path for publication.
IT WAS AWESOME!
With friends and fellow writers Patricia Flaherty Pagan (Spider Road Press) and Fernanda Brady (Inklings Publishing).
Attendee and writer Manning Wolfe from Austin.
HWG royalty Fernanda Brady, CEO, Denise Satterfield, CFO, and Rebecca Nolen, President (also a SkipJack Publishing author).
It was a full house. Pictured in the foreground is Kathy Murphy of the Pulpwood Queens Book Club. We <3 Kathy!
Dixie went for a pedicure this week. She didn’t like it. I wouldn’t have either!
Eric and I regularly debate the height to hang pictures. He thinks I hang them too low, so this is how he hung the wonderful art deco peacock painted on a spool by Austin artist Stephanie Jarvis of Steplee Style. Isn’t he hilarious??
But when he hung it the right height, look what showed through the hole in the spool? Putty job ahead!
I found a new writing spot in one of our unfenced pastures and brought Dixie to help mow it. I call this picture “take your cow to work day.” Unfortunately, it started raining and work ended. But my husband set up a screened tent for me, and I now have a cool spot. I’ll show you next week.
Also, our youngest showed up for a surprise Monday visit and so I scrapped work altogether to spend time with her.
We had a great time. <3
And Eric bought me this at White Linen Night at Flown the Coop in Burton during Warrenton-Roundtop antique week:
Ha ha, Eric. 😉
Finally, I am frustrated to report that I fell another week behind on Hell to Pay. Life. How does it keep getting in my way, in the best possible ways? The good news is that there is “fat” in my schedule, and I’ll be fine. Breathe, Pamela, breathe, ha ha. And also more good ideas came to me during my down time. That always happens when I allow my brain to decompress. So it’s for the best. Really.
That’s all I’ve got.