So, I guess it turns out I never actually recapped RomCon 2013! What madness is this?!
RomCon was AMAZING, and my first official convention for anything. It was a great introduction into this “con” thing, and I am so glad I went. My con started with breakfast and meeting two authors: Elizabeth Essex and Marsha West. Both were amazing, and Marsha and I became fast friends. We con was filled with events, and I don’t think I spent any ‘dead’ time because there was so much to do. My fan girl moment was meeting Gena Showalter. But I also caught up with Darynda Jones, a friend of mine, and met Heather Graham and Shyla Colt. There were many MANY other authors there – so many that it was impossible to meet them all! There were so many intimate chats, talks, and presentations that I couldn’t make them all since some overlapped. I was able to attend the paranormal chat, the intimate chat with Darynda Jones, and a few of the game activities (Clue with all the paranormal authors, how to survive the apocalypse (I sat with Heather Graham!), and that’s not including the meals. There was a bingo lunch (which satisfied my inner Bea Arthur), a comedy show and dinner, and Vegas night. My absolute favorite event was the night the erotica romance writers put on their faux bachelorette party. Let me tell you, those girls know how to party! All of the events had authors meeting and greeting their fans and participating! It was neat to meet them all on a personal level. There were also a few vendors, but my favorite was Poly’s Pleasures Chainmail. Their chokers are amazing!!
Want to see my photos? I wish I had taken more, but I was busy having FUN! Check out the photos here: /galleries/romcon-2013/
Fun scale (out of five): five
Family-friendly scale (out of five) : 0 – this is not a kid friendly event
Would I go again: YES! I am already signed up for RomCon 20141!
Things to remember next time:
- A corset is an any-time acceptable piece of clothing at RomCon
- Bring an extra bag for the free swag!