This was my second year attending PennedCon in St. Louis, Missouri, and as expected, I was not disappointed. The event was fabulous, like always, and had a great air about it. In case you've never heard about PennedCon, allow me to tell you a little about it. PennedCon is a book conference with readers, authors, and bloggers in mind. There are panels (a.k.a. workshops) designed for bloggers, authors, and even inspiring authors. Not a minute passes without something happening. I always leave and feel as if I didn't get to do everything I wanted, which is usually the case. I missed a panel, didn't get to talk to this person, or forgot to get my signed copy of so and so's book. To be a part of a convention that leaves you exhausted but full of memories says a lot about the amazing hosts.
This year teen day was added to the list of events and was hosted on Thursday, and was a great success. I spoke with one mother who had attended with her 15 year old daughter and they both were inspired by the whole experience. To me, that should be what a conference is all about: inspiring others. And that's exactly how I felt as I traveled home from St. Louis: inspired.
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