Writers In The Attic, Friends Around The World

sometimes-all-you-need-is-a-friendToday I’m quite honoured to be visiting author Louise Allan’s blog, as part of her Writers in the Attic series. Please do pop over and take a look, and also check out some of the other writers featured in the series – each of them have a story to tell, whether it’s about how they came to be writers, what writing means to them, and how they approach the creative process.

In her introduction, Louise talks about the idea of penpals, and how our digital friendships fostered through blog posts and email are the modern equivalent – I would absolutely agree. Through messages, comments and emails, Louise and I have forged a friendship I value, and I know that one day, when we eventually meet, we’ll greet each other as old friends.

In fact, I’ve been incredibly fortunate to meet some wonderful friends through this site, with whom I might never have otherwise connected. And so I just wanted to say thank you.

Happy Monday, everyone 🙂

 

9 thoughts on “Writers In The Attic, Friends Around The World

  1. These online friendships are really awesome, aren’t they? In the pen-and-paper days, I never did get any penpalships off the ground (I never wrote back in time, and the exchange petered out after only one or two letters), but my keypals now are the best.
    I’d say Happy Monday back at you, but it’s Tuesday already where you are. So, Happy Tuesday!

    1. Keypals! Love it 😀 Yes, they are the best – honestly, it’s the best part of blogging as far as I’m concerned.
      Happy Tuesday to you too (and one day I’ll tell you about mezzanine floors ;-D )

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