If you ask one-hundred writers the proper use of commas, you’ll likely get one-hundred-and one (or more) answers. The grammar rules might not have changed much, but the editorial preferences sure have.
Now, this post may get a bit more grammatically technical than usual, but I hope you’ll hang in for the ride.
Memorial Day weekend, I usually hit up Balticon, Maryland’s regional Sci-fi and fantasy con, hit 30 panels, and meet tons of people.
This year is different.
In-person gatherings are banned. And? This time, I’m involved. A LOT more involved.
There are writers who take feedback well, but there are plenty who don’t. Try not to make these mistakes.
What exactly is a convention panel?
Plus — 4 things to avoid as an audience member during the Q&A!
At some point in any creative’s life, they realize they can’t keep track of it all in their head.
For me? The solution was Trello. To do boards, very visual, online. It checked all my boxes.
Read on to see how.
(Note: this post is not sponsored. However, if Trello sees this and wants to sponsor me, I’m not saying no 😉 )