Keli Gwyn
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Conference Bound!

I’m en route to Dallas for the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference.

I can feel the excitement building as the conference kickoff gets closer.

I managed to get everything in a single carry-on, although if I were to pack all my hopes for the week, I’d need a stack of luggage much like this one.

Cool display in the baggage claim area at Sacramento International Airport, where my journey began.

Here are but a few of my hopes. . .

I hope to see many of my friends from past years.

I hope to meet friends I’ve met online in person.

I hope to make a host of new friends.

I hope the keynote addresses by Michael Hyatt are awesome.

I hope I learn heaps in the workshops.

I hope I find some awesome books in the bookstore.

I hope good things happen for many of the conferees and that their dreams come true.

I hope I can get by on little sleep so I have more time for fun.

I hope there’s a Taco Bell in Houston where I have a lengthy layover. (My friend Dawn Alexander is delivering me Taco Bell when I get to Dallas. =)

I hope I don’t miss Gwynly too much.

I hope those who aren’t attending the conference have a wonderful week. One way to do so is to check out the Bright Side Blog Bash being hosted by my friends Lacie Nezbeth and Jennifer Hale. They have a plethora of prizes for readers and writers.

Here’s Jennifer’s Grand Prize for the week. Look what wonderful company my debut novel, A Bride Opens Shop in El Dorado, California, is keeping.

I won’t be blogging while I’m gone. Look for my next post after the conference.

Keli Gwyn

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