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2012 Nancy Drew Web Con 3: Mar. 7-11

The 2012 Web Con will kickoff March 7-11, 2012 with lots of submissions and fanfare! For those officially registered for the Web Con, click on the graphic above to access the Blog beginning March 1.

Calling All Sleuths!

What is a Web Con you may be wondering? It's simply a convention on the web! Meaning you don't have to leave home (nor spend a lot) to attend but you'll get a lot of knowledge, entertainment, and excitement out of it! Just log into the Web Con Blog come March 1, 2012--click on the graphic above.

Registration Cost: $10.00 - Includes access to 5 days of Web Con activities, a daily entry into our door prizes for neat Nancy Drew prizes plus a neat booklet put together in the style of The Sleuth with glossy color covers featuring some of the submissions from the Web Con and some of your commentary, to be put together and mailed out to all registrants Mid April 2012.

How's It Organized?

The Web Con will be organized into 5 daily portions, accessible and archived each day. You don't have to sign on at any particular time during each day--nothing is being done "live." At midnight Pacific Time each night, the next days events will be posted and any updates will follow throughout the day. You can use the comments section of each posting to chat with other people participating and ask questions of those who are contributing. Those commenting will be entered into daily prize drawings!

Once you pay the fee to register for the Web Con, I'll send you an invitation via e-mail to sign up. Invitations will be e-mailed to the e-mail address on your Pay Pal payment. If you need to use another e-mail for the Blog, please e-mail me as soon as you pay, so I'll be able to get you set up at the right e-mail. If you are paying by check or money order, please include your e-mail address so I can send you an invite to join the Blog. If you do not already have one, you must also set up a free Google Account to access the Web Con Blog (see below.)

The Web Con will be set up as a Blog with postings each day on a variety of topics related to Nancy Drew. There may be videos that can be watched and downloads you can print out too. There will be daily submissions from our contributors in the style of articles, Blogs, interviews, and commentary plus regular daily features like giveaways, fun facts, activities, rare/scarce/unusual books and collectibles highlighted, collecting tips and 101s, news and scoops, quotes, trivia, and lots more!

Our Contributors:


The Web Con will be archived for a long time--so you can register at anytime during the year and catch up on all the submissions and commentary, but the experience will be more fun for everyone during the event as it's happening so if you want to get in on the event from the get go, be sure to register by Mar 1, 2012.

How to Register:

To register, you may send a Pay Pal (Pay Pal id: or request a Pay Pal invoice from me. E-mail me here to request the invoice.

Or, send a check/money order to me at:

Nancy Drew Sleuths
P.O. Box 128
Higley, AZ 85236-0128

If mailing in a payment, be sure to include your e-mail address.

To access this private Blog, you'll need a Google Account. This is what you generally use to access Blogs at Blogspot that require membership. If you don't already have one, you can get a free and easy Google Account, by clicking here. You'll set up a Google Account, using your e-mail and select a password to sign up. Then when logging into the Web Con Blog, you just have to use that e-mail and password combination to access it. That's all there is to it!

Have any questions? E-mail me here.

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