Here’s a guest post I wrote for my amazing writer friend, Becca. I am so happy that she gave me this opportunity. This is one of her two blogs that my post is on. The other one is here: http://beccasbyline.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/rediscovering-the-writer-inside-a-guest-post/
You should check them both out. She’s a terrific writer, and I’m lucky to know her.

Write On Wednesday

A few weeks ago, I asked my friend Rachel if she would write a guest post for my blog this summer. Rachel is one of a select few writer friends I know in the “real” world as well as in the online world, and I really treasure her for that connection we have with words. Like a lot of us writer-mama’s, Rachel’s love of the written word has taken a back seat to school and family and working and all the stuff that goes into ordinary life.

But in 2010 something happened in Rachel’s life that helped her not only  re-discover the writer inside, but embrace it. Here, I’ll let her tell you in her own beautiful words…

I wrote my first book when I was 5. It was called “R is for Rachel.” I became a writer in that moment, but I ran from my writerhood my whole life…

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  1. Thanks for the kind words, Rachel. The feeling is mutual 🙂

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