GCLS and Pittsburgh: Two Firsts for Me

Gosh, I feel like I’ve been on the move since July 1. Over the past five weeks, I’ve attended the Golden Crown Literary Society conference in Pittsburgh, the Romance Writers of America conference in New York City, and then went back to NYC for a long weekend for fun. In between all the travel, I launched A Shot at Love, book 1 in The Village Romance series, and helped Clare Lydon and Harper Bliss launch their books in the same series.

I’m exhausted and realizing I’m not young anymore. I kinda like having a routine and being in bed by 9:30 each night.

Anyhoos, now that life has settled down some, it’s time for me to share about my experiences.

First up: Pittsburgh and GCLS. This was my first time attending a GCLS conference. It was fab to catch up with some authors I’d met previously and to find so many I’d never had the pleasure of meeting in real life. Check out all the authors I tracked down. Scroll over the photos for the names.

It was also my first time in Pittsburgh, and I have to admit I liked the city. It hadn’t been on my radar of places to visit, but I’m glad I did.

Next time, I’ll chat about the RWA conference in New York City.

Now, I need a nap.


About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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6 Responses to GCLS and Pittsburgh: Two Firsts for Me

  1. Anne Hagan says:

    I just saw this for the first time. Loved all your pictures, but I had to laugh. The hotel kept the conference rooms so cold…the height of July and everyone was in sweaters and hoodies to stay warm inside.

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  3. Deb says:

    Great photos of Pittsburgh!! You have a great eye! Glad you enjoyed your time there!

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  4. Danielle Zion says:

    I too was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed Pittsburgh. I am so disappointed that we didn’t connect in Pittsburgh. Hoping you’ll be in Santa Fe next year so we can rectify that. Congrats on the new series.

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