I’ve been “framed”

I’m still “recovering” from attending my first Colorado Gold conference. 😀 The massive scale of the event showed me there’s still some life left in traditional publishing.

Once I recover from all of last weekend’s sensory overload, I have to start the “big edit” for my book, using yWriter5.

Among the many items of schwag in attendee’s goodie bags was a Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers license plate frame. I was only too glad to affix this item to the front of my car upon returning home from the conference. 😀
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

“But,” you ask, “aren’t license plate frames usually put over the back plate?” Yes, but this is a case it’s wise to make an exception.

Hypothetical situation: The frame is on the rear of your car, and you are pulled over by a cop. S/he notices that the frame says “Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.” At this point, the officer will not believe any excuses you will be able to come up with. You may as well roll down your window and say, “Hi, I’m Biff Rockwood, NASCAR driver and undercover CIA agent.” And hope the cop likes your character. 😉

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