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I hope attendees leave with new tools to advance them in their writing goals.

That’s the best goal any conference should have in my opinion.

Thanks for taking the time to talk with me here at The Blog of The Chartsman, Becky, and thanks for all the information about the conference you’re holding.

What would be the best website for people to go to that are interested in looking further into this and possibly attending?

Thanks for having me. It’s been a fun back-and-forth. If people want to learn more about the conference, they can head to, and that will connect them with the conference particulars. The 2014 Realm Makers conference will take place on the campus of Villanova University, just outside Philadelphia, PA, easily accessible by car and public transit. Registration opens March 1, and seating is limited.

Great! I’m sure you’ll have a packed house. Something tells me you’ll be sold out with all you have going on for the event! You may need to get another or a bigger room.

I hope we do sell out. It all comes down to how many other groups Villanova has involved at the same time as us. The one room we have can seat several hundred…the challenge is the second track.

Explain to us what you are meaning by the second track and why this poses an issue for you?

We have two tracks of content, and I need to be able to house the majority of attendees in both rooms we reserve, since I can’t gauge the popularity of one class vs another. The breakout room for the second track is really what limits the enrollment.

I can see how that could be a bit frustrating for you. Well, the event is in it’s sophomore year, so I’m sure as time moves on you’ll be able to fix that in the future. And events such as this have their own way of growing over time as it is. Awesome stuff you have there, Becky! I can see you’re a great organizer for this event. Glad to have had the time to talk with you and help you out with your blog hop.

I’ve enjoyed it too. It was a good interview.

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  1. Thanks for this interview, David! I hope your reboot brings good traffic and helps us both meet new folks we haven’t crossed paths with yet.

    • I hope so too, Becky. I’m not one that “regularly blogs” when I blog, but I see the value of a blog. Guess I just don’t like telling everyone all my secrets. 😉

  2. Great interview, guys! And, yeah, I’m all about the bacon. 🙂

  3. Great interview! And I love the mission statement of Realm Makers. I was hoping to work it into my blog post somehow, but couldn’t squeeze it in. 😉 It’s nice knowing the backstory of its creation.

    • Thanks for coming by, Nadine! I’m glad that David asked that as well.

      • For me it’s always interesting seeing what people are thinking about when they come up with things. Some times the things which are the most popular and make a lot of money are the ones which took the most planning. And then some times you get people that are seemingly doing things on the fly. In reality, their subconscious is working for them and they operate from it with their “off the cuff” ideas. They can wind up making a bunch of money too. In the end, it’s how we affected those around us though which counts the most. God knows I’ve had my share of mistakes over the years. I find that by listening to the people succeeding it causes me to grow and be more success oriented than before, even if it’s just “that” much more. Every step is in the right direction as long as I am moving forward. That’s why I asked the question the way I did. 🙂

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