It didn't work out for me personally. My partner never posted/visited the partner list. So I didn't get a CP out of it but it looked like the method SA used to match everyone was good and other writers were getting good matches.
It was a nice event with lots of fun classes.
The only disappointing part was I'd signed up for two classes with a teacher who couldn't participate because of weather and we were told the classes would be rescheduled, but I was never contacted about make-up classes.
Otherwise, very well done.
I look forward to the SavvyWriterCon every year. There’s such a vast array of topics that covers the craft and business side of being an author. One thing I would like to see is the ambition of the workshops scaled back to a more reasonable size/focus so it’s more reasonably manageable for a 2-3 day focus. So instead of, say, covering Description as a whole in that time, maybe focusing on creating unique metaphors and similes or engaging all the senses beyond what you “just see” (scent, tough, etc).