Monday Musings on the Tenth Annual ACFW Conference
This blog post is later in the day than I usually post, but I am still experiencing conference overload and jetlag from the time change and airplane ride, plus I just got my pictures downloaded from my camera to my computer. I plan to post about conference for the next few Mondays since so much went on it will be hard to capture it fully without being too long for a single blogpost.
I count it a blessing to be a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and to have been able to attend all of the 10 national conferences held. And my roommate each year since then (except for a couple she had to miss) has been Jennifer Johnson. Jim Peterson introduced us at the first conference, and we have been friends and crit buddies ever since. Jennifer is the same age as my oldest daughter, and we get along so well I would adopt her! Above are a couple pictures of us together. The one on the left is Jennifer, myself and Gayle DeSalles in the middle. Gayle is the talented lady who did the wonderful update of my blog last year. The second picture closer to the top is of 3 of us KY gals–Heather Sunseri on the left, me in the middle and Jennifer again on the right. Stay posted for more snapshots next Monday.

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  1. It looks great, Rose. I loved spending time with you at the conference! I always do! I sent in the book today! Thanks so much for your open home, crits, and friendship! Chester, too. :)

  2. Hi Rose,

    It was great to meet you at the conference. You were such a nice lunch mate to be seated next too. Made me feel right at home!

    I bought your book in the bookstore and will let you know what I think after I read it! (I bought a LOT of books, so not sure when I’ll get to it. But I WILL!)

    Sue Mason
    sbmason at sympatico dot ca

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