In my experience, Pratchett fans are amongst the nicest people in the world. The beauty of a fandom specific con is that right off you have something in common with everyone else there. You can get as involved as you want to, or sit on the sidelines and experience the fun. I think most people who go to these are determined to go again and to get more involved when they do.LilMaibe wrote:Ye know, I'd love to come...but hnestly: I'm scared. Never been to a fandom-specific con before
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Guys - I was TERRIFIED when I decided to book for it, but the lure of meeting pooh in the flesh was just too much and I HAD to go and I had such a ball meeting everyone - MAD was the icing on the cake although I was a little taken aback at first with the scale of his geekiness
LilMaibe wrote:*starts calculating if she has the money*
(I'd have to go by ship/train, blody scared of flying)
Guess once I#d have the money tickets will be sold
What if I can't come after all?
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