WriteonCon, a free online writer's conference.
It began on Tuesday. I wasn't able to watch any sessions live, but followed up with ones I wanted to see later in the day.
The neat thing about this conference — I provided my own childcare. Heck, my son watched the videos with me. He prefers funny baby videos, but he remained amused at the author presentations we viewed. Some even had handouts — downloadable PDFs to accompany their workshop.
If you want to hop on over, here is the full schedule of events.
The WriteonCon continues through Thursday, Aug. 18 with the final live chat at 10:30 p.m.
If you have time, it's a wonderful opportunity to talk to agents, pitch your work and learn more about the craft of writing. Writers can also chat in forums, etc.
And, if you enjoy the conference consider making a donation. For a minimum donation of $5, you can be entered into a drawing for a critique from a literary agent.
Enjoy the next few days, I found out about the conference through several bloggy friends like:
Debbie from Writing While the Rice Boils
Julie Hedlund from Write Up My Life
Lynda from W.I.P. It
Clar from Clarbojahn's blog
Kathryn from Kathryn Apel
Catherine from Catherine Johnson