I managed somehow to get to Fencon last week, despite my crazy life and tons of work. Despite having to take two very full planes each way, I ended up sleeping through the flights. Lately, I've been dealing with stress through sleep, so sleeping on planes was pretty easy.
Fencon is in Dallas/Ft. Worth, which usually means ridiculously hot weather in September. This year, it wasn't too bad -- it was actually cooler than Montana, which is odd, but we've had a really late summer and very odd weather. I stayed with my sister and drove back and forth to the con hotel.
I think going to cons means meeting up with a gazillion people you haven't seen. That meant a fair number of YDP (yard dog press) folks, which proved awesome. I think I sold some books (good) and promoted the publishing house (great). My sister took some time to show me InDesign, so I don't feel so out of place with it.
If I missed you at Fencon, please forgive me. I was stretched pretty thin with all the convention stuff. Lots of good panels and good people. It was great seeing Selina Rosen get the Phoenix award. Very cool.