Wednesday, July 13, 2011

ICRS Atlanta 2011, Part II

Just downloaded the last of my pictures and thought I'd share while catching up on office work. It's great to be home––there's no place like it––but I really did love being with my writing buddies amidst all else.

I met a new buddy this trip, Suzanne Woods Fisher, who writes Amish fiction. She and I happened to meet in the lobby on Tuesday morning as I was grabbing a latte, and I'm so glad we did. What a doll this woman is! I downloaded her novel The Choice to my Kindle and will be treating myself soon!

      Susan May Warren strolled in and joined our chat. Susie and I go back a few years through ACFW, and she's a great gal. And wonderful writer!

Susie will be teaching at ACFW's conference this year too, btw. Hope to see you there.

Then as I headed over to walk the ICRS floor again (and to sneak one last hug from Deb), I heard a voice calling to me from above the down escalator. It was Terri Blackstock who had had major "Delta trials" in getting to Atlanta for the show. Her plane kept getting delayed. But she finally made it! We met up with some other friends and grabbed a picture…

Colleen Coble, Terri Blackstock, Deb Raney and me

And last but not least, the lovely Deb Raney and her sometimes-sweet-but-sometimes-snarky husband Ken at the Kingstone Media booth, which was hoppin' busy! I love how they support one another in their dreams. And love those bright red polos!

All for now…
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