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Tweeting from PantheaCon

This post was written by Elysia
on February 11, 2010 | Comments (1)

As I wrote in a previous post, I will be attending PantheaCon once again this year – my fifth time! It’s always a great experience, and I’m looking forward to seeing a ton of authors as well as meeting some new ones and looking for future prospects. I’m leaving tomorrow and have already have filled my dance card with meetings, presentations I want to attend, parties and concerts, and rituals. Will there be enough hours in a day to do it all? (And still get some sleep and enough food to survive?)

If you’d like to follow my exploits, I’ll be tweeting remotely to Llewellyn’s Twitter account – just check out http://twitter.com/llewellynbooks and follow along! Something strange always happens at PantheaCon, so we’ll see what it is this year. For all PantheaCon-related posts, search for the hashtag #pcon on Twitter.

Reader Comments

Written By Phoenix Flint
on February 18th, 2010 @ 3:56 pm

I’ve enjoyed reading your posts.

I’m sure that you are deluged with new ideas from “wannabe” authors every time you turn around, so I am extending my apologies for throwing yet another idea your way.

I have been a Witch for over 35 years, and have taught in the public schools for 29 years.

I taught English, and have written several short stories, although I have not published anything.

Would a book/novel/article regarding teachers as Witches, (ie: “My Teacher is a Witch!”), or something along that line, be of interest to you?

Thank you for your time and attention,
Donna (Phoenix) Flint

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