1. Pam Halter says:

    I’ve only been home for one day from Realm Makers 2015, but I’m already anticipating next year. This is a wonderful conference for Christian Spec authors.  Becky Minor has created a conference that is professional, engaging, and loads of fun! I enjoyed the Worldbuilding continuing sessions so much, and Kirk DouPonce’s workshop on book covers showed us a process of publishing we usually don’t see. The faculty was eager to help and answer questions. I learned, made new friends, was encouraged, and at 56, learned how to play Zombie Apocalypse Nerf Wars!  😀  And pretty much everyone got their picture taken at the mysterious stone grotto.

    My advice for everyone is to start saving NOW so you don’t miss Realm Makers next year!

    • Pam, great to hear — well, somewhat great to hear, because I had to miss the conference again for the second time in a row. My wife and I are already planning for next year and Lord willing, this time we may both be able to make it!

  2. Pam Halter says:

    Oops – meant to click on the subscribe to the comments button – doing that now.  🙂

    • The option has been restored — though apparently it has been interfering with our usual site email subscription. (Sometimes getting all of these website apps to work together is like the old riddle about the farmer who has a wolf and a goat and a head of cabbage to get across the river, but he can only leave two alone at one time on either side and the boat only carries two at once, and so on and so forth …)

  3. Lisa says:

    On my agenda for next year too, God willing!

  4. Sparksofember says:

    Sounds too fun. My facebook feed has been full of pictures. I’m glad everyone had a great time. (Even if I am a bit jealous! lol)

    So which of the short stories did Pam Halter write? I’ve been curious who won but since the author’s names weren’t listed by the story titles…

  5. bainespal says:

    Can someone link to the social media feeds, please?

  6. This was just a tremendous conference, full of all kinds of energy. I’ve never been to one like it. So, hope you don’t miss it next year!

    PS, the photo of Donita K. Paul includes her daughter Evangeline Denmark and her son, whose name I never did catch.

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