I want to thank our delightful prez, Louisa Bacio, AKA Marie Loggia-Kee, for putting my picture up on her blog post this month on A Slice of Orange. Yes, I was at RWA National in Atlanta and had a wonderful time. I came back inspired, with a whole lot to do, and Iâ€™ve dug into it with gusto!
Iâ€™m really excited about this monthâ€™s meeting, too. If it wasnâ€™t enough to see some of the outstanding Harlequin editors at the national conference, we get to see two of them right here, at OCC, next Saturday. Theyâ€™ll be discussing Publishing Strategy and Digital Publishing for You–both topics in which Iâ€™ve got a lot of interest, and Iâ€™m sure many of you do, too.
So… think about how youâ€™re going to spend the rest of this year, and I hope to see you on Saturday!
Linda O. Johnston
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