Home from San Antonio!

alamo croppedLast week, I attended Romance Writers of America’s® national conference in San Antonio, Texas. I’d never been there, and really enjoyed getting to know the Riverwalk area. Beautiful, inspiring, and great fun to explore! As you can tell by the photo I chose to highlight, I had the opportunity to visit The Alamo. In fact, we could see it from our hotel room, but didn’t figure that out for a couple of days!

It was wonderful to see friends from around the world: Chris Taylor and Narelle Atkins from Australia, Angie Breidenbach from Montana, my Golden Heart friends from last year, and even members of my own Louisville chapter who don’t get to make it to many meetings! I can’t list the countless others…

The workshops inspired me to work on getting my books out in audio format, which I had planned to do; the presentations made it easier to understand and access. Large print editions are on the list, too.

Next up for me? I’m working on a Christmas novella: Maggie (from all three Appalachian Foothills books) has a sister, and she’s like a bad penny, turning up when you least expect…

Thank you, readers, for buying, borrowing, or taking advantage of the free promo on my books! I truly appreciate it, and hope you enjoy reading them! 


About Leslie Lynch

Leslie gives voice to characters who struggle to find healing for their brokenness – and discover unconventional solutions to life’s unexpected twists. Her manuscript, Hijacked, is a finalist in the Romance Writers of America® 2013 Golden Heart® contest. She is an occasional contributor to the Archdiocese of Indianapolis’s weekly paper, The Criterion, and can be found on facebook at Leslie Lynch Writes, as well as Twitter @Leslie_Lynch_
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