I've got the first three days posted. Day four (with the Hugos) will go up shortly. And while technically there was a day five, it ended up feeling much like the last day of school, so I may summarize on the day four post, we'll see.
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Fun report, genevive42. Barbara Hambly asked me to host the SFWA suite the year she was SFWA president, and it was crazy. We were at the Anaheim Hilton and Towers and the rooms overlooked Disneyland (so we could watch the fireworks each night--except that it was so hot during the day that we had foil in all the windows).
The SFWA suite parties were very interesting to host, as well. The last night, I was so tired, I went around telling people that "the scoops" were coming, so we could shut down and go to bed (it was after 2am by that time, if I remember correctly).
Thanks for posting, Trina, that was pretty entertaining and (as someone who is still only wishing he could make it to a convention) somewhat enlightening from a scheduling standpoint
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Glad you're enjoying it. And yes, it was worth every penny. I have learned a great deal; I'm sure plenty more than I've had a chance to process. If you can ever go to a big con, do it. Save your pennies, go on a budget, but find a way if you can. You won't regret it.
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