However, today I am overwhelmed.
Reading The Twitter Book, Kindle Version by Tim O'Reilly - or paperback version:The Twitter Book- and Sarah Milstein, Author Mama, How I Became A Published Author and How You Can Too by Christina Katz, working on the seemingly never-ending re-writes for my book, submitting poetry to literary magazines, and . . . well, you get the picture.
On a side note, I read my horoscope every day for fun; it’s amazing how accurate it has been, one day even speaking of networking. So today, in my drowning-in-projects condition, I read this:
Thursday, Apr 12th, 2012 -- Don't commit to more than you can deliver today, even if there's a lucrative idea floating around and exciting your interest. Rather than jumping into something new, finish up your previous responsibilities before you take on additional ones. The pace of your professional progress will increase next week, so keep your attention focused on tying up loose ends rather than dreaming about your next adventure.
Thanks for that reminder!
Anyway, I’ve been keeping an eye on writer conferences, pondering when I should attend my first one. I happened upon some great articles on preparing to attend:
25 Ways to Rock Writer’s Conferences by Robert Lee Brewer
Five Ways to Make (Not Spend!) Money at Conferences By Gabi Logan
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