Hey, readers! I know that a significant subset of you are affiliated with libraries in various capacities, and I think that is excellent.
On October 9th, I’ll be speaking at the Washington Library Media Association conference in Yakima, Washington.
My talk is called “Balancing Act: Being an Author/Librarian And How You Can, Too!” (Yes, it will be a talk filled with enthusiasm and exclamation points. But don’t worry, it won’t be annoyingly chipper, or at least that is not my intent.)
Anyway, I bring this up for two reasons:
1. Some of you may be attending this conference and I’d love it if you would come to my session, and
2. I’d like to ask y’all for your thoughts on how I can make this talk most useful and effective.
Even if you’re not a library-person-with-authorial-ambitions-and/or-accomplishments, feel free to imagine that you are, and comment about what you think I should discuss, explain, cover, or otherwise address.
Enormous thanks in advance from me and on behalf of my audience!