PNWA Conference Prep 2009
My latest version of Chapter 1 of Nowhere Home is now available. I’ve wrapped up the edit on the rest of the book as well, and although I know there will always be more edits until it is sold, I think it’s as ready as I can make it, right now.
I’m really looking forward to the PNWA conference in SeaTac this week, and the opportunity to meet writers, agents and editors. I don’t know quite what to expect. I’ve prepared as best I can, and now it’s just a matter of finding someone looking to make a deal for what I think is a pretty good book.
I’ve also launched a series of blog entries on DevScape about my most recent technical project for work, the Microsoft Demo Showcase product. I’m using the opportunity to write while I’m at work, something I don’t usually get to do, but am trying to make it part of my daily routine. Writing is writing. My blog is read by dozens of people every day, and the numbers have been steadily growing. I hope that by the time this series is complete to have been picked up by one of the large technical blog aggregators, and will draw hundreds of daily readers, all the more incentive to keep writing.