My Unique Experiences!

There are many things I love about being an author! One of my favorites is the opportunity to meet people from various places in the country, and even various places in the world! They write to me on my blog sometimes. It’s like teaching English in a way, and I like that. But it’s different because I have met so many people online! Good thing that meeting people is one of my hobbies!

I’ve been to about four, maybe five Writer’s conferences. I will make it a point to attend at least one, hopefully more than that each year. It’s nice to be surrounded by others that have the same interests, and it never hurts to see so many smiling faces! I don’t plan to stop writing so conferences can be a nice place for me to be.

The last one I went to was the Breathe Christian Writers Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I met some really nice people. I like that Breathe is within driving distance from my home. I don’t have to fly out anywhere, and I can still get all the same benefits. By the way, I love road trips!

My friends at Breathe have been so kind! They published a few of my articles on their blog. This is the latest: Oh, and here are a few sights from previous conferences. And please read my article on Breathe!

Award-winning-mosaic! The "Crucifixion." Breathe Christian Writer's Conference  in Michigan (There's no place like home!), October 2014.
Award-winning-mosaic! The “Crucifixion.” Breathe Christian Writer’s Conference, Oct. 2014.
Rodeo Drive--California Writer's Conference, Mar. 2014.
Sunset Blvd.–California Writer’s Conference, March 2014.
Hollywood!--California Writers Conference, March 2014.
Hollywood–California Writer’s Conference, March 2014.
The view from my hotel room.:) Las Vegas Writer's Conference, October 2013.
The view from my hotel room.:) Las Vegas Writer’s Conference, October 2013.

Author: Zina Hermez

I'm a teacher, writer, and speaker. I got into publishing when I joined a Christian writers' group online where I met a few select authors who mentored me. My life changed. Through classes, webinars, and friendly emails, I've been encouraged to write. I started my blog to cope with my spinal injury in hopes of helping people.

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