I’ve met a few.
I still keep my autographed books separated from non-autographed books.
I’m less inclined to loan those “special” books out.
And slicers who are authors . . .
It is so delicious to read their comments on my blog posts.
Fuels the writing passion.
Today I’m thanking an author that I don’t believe I met in real life.
But she was a reader and a responder to my Slice of Life posts
And I thank her for that.
We become friends as we read each other’s posts and learn from the stories about our families and our stories. We travel through space and time in our stories. We grow and learn from our stories. Our lives weave together over time. That has been the power of #SOL.
That is what I learned from Diane Dougherty and I thank her for learning the value of reading and responding. (For more info about Diane, check out Lynne’s slice here.)
What “slicers” have you met in real life? What “slicers” do you still plan to meet? How do “slicers” contribute to your writing life?
Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for this daily forum during the month of March.
Check out the writers and readers here.