Photos, Reviews and Thoughts about September’s World-Builder Summit

Sterling & Stone Summit

September 13 and 14 were — no lie — possibly my favorite days of 2014. That Sunday night, after two days with Johnny, Sean, Dave and the other attendees, after dinner with everyone, after chatting for another couple hours with Dave, Monica and Kalvin, I took a few hours totally alone in my hotel room and decompressed.

And wrote a kind of sappy thank you note to Johnny, Sean and Dave.

It was such a great weekend, and we know a lot of you are thinking about joining us all again in April in Austin. We would love to see you for the Colonist Summit! September’s event was very special, and I just wanted to share a couple photos and blog posts about that event so you can maybe get a better idea of what you can expect.

Click over to my personal blog to read my full review of the Fiction Unboxed World Building Summit. It was truly life-changing.

The April event will be larger, but still small enough to feel intimate. I anticipate lots of laughs, lots of new friends, and enough practical information to make your brain hurt.

Sterling and Stone Summit Austin

Want a more specific run-down of what happened over those two days last September? Check out my post about what happened at the Summit.

Our agenda for the April event will be about half structured sessions and half hot-seat, individual attention. Johnny wrote more about that in this morning’s post 10 things you should know about the Colonist Summit.

But I’m not the only one of the previous attendees who posted their thoughts and reviews after that amazing weekend in September. Both Garrett and Monica created videos talking over what they thought:

If you’d like to know more, please just email me at help@sterlingandstone.net and I’ll help you with whatever you need.

Hope to see you there!

To sign up for the Sterling & Stone Colonist Summit, visit the Colonist Summit page here. Please note that the Early Bird discount (25% OFF) ends on January 28 and that attendance is limited. As of the writing of this post, there are 8 SLOTS REMAINING.

Comments

  1. Hi Amy.
    This is the moment when I feel miserable for not living in the U.S. Hope writers who live there don’t miss the chance to meet the guys and learn tons of cool stuff!

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