I have just returned home from an amazing Christian Writing Conference in Tempe, Arizona.
If you’re a conference goer, you know they schedule guest speakers who inform and motivate. Everyone needs a “shot in the arm” now and then!
Writers are constantly barraged with rules and they can be tough to learn. And the rules keep changing.
That’s part of the appeal of writing conferences—to learn new techniques and make connections with other authors. Helping each other muddle through is key.
At the end of conferences, there is usually time to wrap things up, evaluate, and do pre-planning for the following year.
In today’s wrap up, J. Tronstad said something memorable—something everyone is likely to remember for a long time. I truly do not know if this statement is “original” to her or if she was quoting someone else. But I do know it got a lot of laughter and head nodding.
So, here you go. Something to brighten your day: ”There’s only one rule to writing. Unfortunately, no one knows what it is.”