Well, Camp Nano didn't quite go as planned, but I'm still noodling with the ideas I came up with for it. I think I'm going to keep going with it, writing it long-hand for the first draft - it's working well for getting the discovery writing juices flowing.
I survived GenCon, though this year's strain of Con Crud seems particularly strong. Our booth was bigger than ever, and we were a highly sought-after destination. It is awfully nice to be wanted.
Anyway, I'm hoping to get back into a "normal" routine again. Of course, the week after next is WorldCon, being held at Sasquan in Spokane this year. At least I'm not working this convention, so I'll have the opportunity to go to panels and possibly, just maybe, relax.