The Annual Room Share Blog 2017

By very popular request, especially given that the hotel is completely sold out for some of our nights, we’re here with this year’s room share blog.

Have a room at the hotel you’d like to share with someone to save some money? Couldn’t get a room and would love to find someone who’s willing to share? This post is for you!

Please use the comments section to connect with potential roommates. We suggest posting whether you have or want a bed and for what nights, whether you have a gender preference for a roommate, whether you’re party animal or early-to-bed type, and any other relevant info like your terrible snoring or tendency to sleepwalk.

Remember, we provide this comment thread as a courtesy, but we don’t get involved in roommate arrangements, and many of the people involved are new to us, so we can’t vouch for them or take any responsibility for your room share experience. Please use your common sense and pay attention to your Spidey Senses.

That being said, some great connections have been made through this thread, with people finding new friends or critique partners, or simply enjoying the chance to share the quiet moments at the conference with someone who’s as excited as you are about writing.

Good luck!



  1. Rosanna Griffin

    Hey, I am a 29 year old female and I have a spare bed. I am looking for another woman. This bed is available Thurs – Sun. I am an extrovert, which means I like socializing into the night, but I’m also a morning person. Please email me if you are interested:

    • C. J. Davidson

      I need a roomie. Female don’t care about anything else. 🙂

    • C. J. Davidson

      Interested! Emailing you in a bit! 🙂

    • C. J. Davidson

      Just emale you. 🙂

  2. C. J. Davidson

    I need a roomie. Female don’t care about anything else. 🙂

  3. My friend Amanda and I have a room at the Guiliford (2 queen beds) and would be happy to have two roomates join us so we can split the cost 4 ways (plus, it’s always wonderful to compare notes and hear about some of the other workshops that one would have attended if one only had a time-turner…). We’re both middle-aged female writers (historical fiction, MG non-fiction and science fiction), and fairly easy going. Email me at if you’re interested.