Not Tiffany’s Nationals

I have a totally appropriate girl crush on an author I have only seen in passing.

I follow her on Twitter, and I can’t even tell you how I found her…

But her tweets make me smile, and I love to smile.

Last week, we were both at RWA’s National Conference in New York City.

Amazing. Exhausting. Thrilling. Expensive.

I thought I’d blog about staying in the Marriott in Times Square, eating too much, and seeing celebrities.

Then I read Tiffany’s blogs (more than one about her adventures in NYC), and I admit, I’m stunned and more than a little envious of how her conference went down. Mine was completely vanilla. Perfectly delicious and even better than what I expected, but maybe next year I’ll try to add some strawberry to the mix.

Anyone care to join me?

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About Marisa Cleveland

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6 Responses to Not Tiffany’s Nationals

  1. Macy Beckett says:

    I’m still feeling aftershocks of jealousy. But that’s okay…I’m counting the days until RT! 🙂

    • Marisa Cleveland says:

      Macy, I heard RT is awesome! …and some fave author friends of mine host fab parties. Hmmm… maybe I should meet you there… 😀

  2. Jamie says:

    I’ll be your strawberry at nat’l next year;) At least you got to go *shaking fist in the air and making extreme pouty face

    • Marisa Cleveland says:

      Jamie, if you make it to Nationals next year, you have to come up with your own flavor! Hahahaa… I’m ditching the vanilla for strawberry, so you can be – um, lemme think – mint chocolate chip?

  3. Jen J. Danna says:

    You know, vanilla is okay if that what suits you. But if next year you feel like vanilla with a twist, then go for it! And I bet that with a conference of that size, there was all manner of different experiences. You had the right experience for you, and that’s what matters.

    • Marisa Cleveland says:

      Jen! I do love vanilla… and with a twist sounds inviting. Would I ever see you there? Or are there special conferences for people “like you” – and by like you I mean those knowing the sex of a skeleton! Loved your blog!!!

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