Nothing is planned, but everything is a celebration #RomanceClass
Friends, it’s almost ten years since we started #RomanceClass. The first ever post inviting people to join the class is here on Blogger (old school!) and mirrored here on my website.
I’m not sure what to do to “celebrate” this. I’m not sure if I’m up to starting a new class just yet, and I’m waiting on a few things that if confirmed might occupy my time around anniversary day. I also have several ideas for Things To Do, but can’t really decide if that should be the thing we do.
So I’m posting this to let you know that as yet I have no plans, but also many plans, so I may just spontaneously announce things and consider it part of our anniversary.
I am very grateful to every author who decided to write with RomanceClass, every reader who has picked up our books, every artist/ editor/ photographer/ designer/ actor/ makeup artist/ stylist/ narrator/ printer/ publisher/ teacher/ student/ bookseller who contributed their skill, talked about our books, studied our books, made room for us in their spaces. Sometimes you feel you’re just picking up a book or doing your job—please know that just by doing what you do, you help sustain a creative community. That is by now one of the longest-running that continues to support authors from story development to writing to editing to publishing.
If you have ideas for celebrating this milestone anniversary, let me know too! Maybe we’ll do everything. Or nothing. Or everything is just going to be an anniversary thing. I’m not going to worry about it too much haha.