2010 Romantic Times

May 2010


10 Things I enjoyed at Romantic Times 2010

(in no particular order)


10) The hotel. The rooms were spacious. The staff was great. And they quickly responded to any request we had.

9) Pre-Con Writing Program is phenomenal. Very informative.

8) The Agenda Pamphlet is your lifeline during the event. With Who, What, Where and When, can't go anywhere without it.

7) Mad Hatter Tea Party - Decorations were adorable, the food was delicious, and the activity (collecting signed cards) was enjoyable.

6) Faery Ball - the costumes were amazing.

5) An author who you are excited to see are equally excited to meet their favorite authors.

4) Vampire Ball - We had an opportunity to talk with Heather Graham about the "behind the scenes" for the play - How fascinating. I really appreciate the hard work they do to put on the event.

3) Regency Bingo. First of all - I was thrilled that Sabrina Jeffries recognized my name from my reviews (WooHoo!). Second, Leanna Renee Hieber portrayed Jane Austen at Sabrina's Regency Bingo. She was phenomenal! Plus playing Bingo while listening to Sabrina read an excerpt of her book was brilliant.

2) Author Speed Meeting - What a wonderful Sunday event. Had a blast chatting with the authors.

1) Readers and Authors - so much fun meeting new friends. Look forward to keeping in touch.


If you are interested in the 10 Things I Learned at RT 2008 - (See Here)







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