Deb Dixon Conference

On this lovely day before Mother’s Day, I’m privileged to be attending the Deb Dixon  Book In A Day Conference in Nashua with my New Hampshire RWA chapter. This was the perfect Mother’s day present  I gave to myself. Deb Dixon has an amazing CV and her landmark instructional book, Goal, Motivation and Conflict, helped me plot my last two books. I was able to pen them so easily, I wished I had known about her book when I was a neophyte writer.

After attending two writing conferences in two weeks ( last week was the NECRWA conference in Boston), I am uberinspired with my writing. I’ve updated my goals and I’m going to be starting something new tomorrow. Each day that I can – and hopefully that will be everyday – I plan on putting a quote up on this blog and will try to relate it to my writing journey. I hope you will join me in this new endeavor.

For now, I’m off to learn from the master, Deb Dixon.



Filed under Author, Contemporary Romance, Editors, New Hampshire, NHRWA, Romance, Strong Women

2 responses to “Deb Dixon Conference

  1. Peggy, It was a pleasure and a privilege to spend time with you, at the workshop & the evening previous. I don’t know if you realized, when you were discussing living in NYC, that Susan C and I discovered that she and one of my mutual friends were working for the same business at the Twin Towers.


  2. Peggy Jaeger

    Linda – that’s cool that you had mutual friends at the Trade Towers. I swear, I say this all the time and it still sounds trite, but it’s true: We live in a very small world. Had a great time at the conference. I had to leave early,, tho, because my jaw was really starting to bother me and I knew if I took something “stronger” for the pain, I wouldn’t be able to drive home. What a nuisance this is. I’m glad we did so good as a chapter with the auction and I was very impressed with the amount of people who showed up. I’m stoked for Nationals! See you at the meeting in June.


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