I love my blogging friends and I don't just throw that word around. You guys are supportive and motivating and loving and pretty much all the adjectives that are the good, uplifting and a little bit silly.
The only downside is how few of you are writing what I write - Women's Lit. I really think I could write YA - for a few years that was my primary reading mix because I wanted books to recommend to my students. But almost every story I can think of is Women's Lit and I love it, something I remembered when I started reading it.
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But for some reason, I can't seem to find Women's Lit writers online, which perplexes me a little and maybe, sometimes, has me wondering if I'm doing something wrong building an online presence. But don't worry, that little voice only sticks around about as long as the one that tells me to quit drinking Diet Coke. Silly voices.
Remember this speech?
I am Optimus Prime and I send this message to any surviving Autobots taking refuge among the stars. We are here. We are waiting.Here's my version.
I am Tasha Seegmiller and I send this message to any Women's Lit writers hiding in the world wide web. I am here. I am waiting. We should meet :)
Do you ever feel like the odd wo/man out for what you write? Know of any good Women's Lit blogs? Been to Elaine's blog yet?