In my zeal to create a “writer’s platform,” I joined salon.com’s open salon, which provides blogs for writers.
I posted a few essays and shared them with several friends.
My virtual mailbox quickly filled with the most interesting comments, which I loved.
I learned, however, that only salon.com writers can leave comments.
Since I want to share the comments I receive, and develop a relationship with my readers,
I started a new blog here.
I named it “Think. Feel. Write.”
because those three words capture my writing process.
The best way for me to get to the heart
of what I think and feel is to write.
(That’s why I named my open salon blog
“Writing Through Life.”)
Writing through life is what I do.
And now I’m going to do it here to make it interactive.
When I have an emotional response to something, I write about it.
And when other people respond to what I write, the dialogue is fascinating.
I’ve posted the essays from my open salon blog here,
and soon I’ll post snippets of a few of the comments I received.
You’ll love the responses, I promise, because you’ll learn something new.
So stay tuned…