I’m fortunate to have a load of virtual friends and fellow authors through my blogs and my writers’ group. When I first started my leap into Indie Authordom, one person appeared in my online life and has remained constant. She writes under the name, Rachelle Ayala, and she was the first to appear on my Author Wednesday posts over at Writing Whims.
I’ve read all her books and reviewed them. I belong to two writing online groups in which she’s involved. I even joined a class she’s teaching on how to write a romance in a month.
We’ve exchanged personal emails and feel we know one another through our novels and through our personal sharing, yet we’ve never laid eyes on one another, until yesterday.
Rachelle posted that she was visiting Pittsburgh and I told her she would be in my part of the world. She…
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4 responses to “From Virtual to Live Friend”
A very nice post about your friend. I’ve also enjoyed lunch at the Frick Estate and loved the grounds and the old car museum. How nice that you took Rachelle there.
It was her sister’s idea. But I was so very grateful to discover this place.
I love the connections I’ve made with my writing, and being able to chat about writing with you and others. It’s a great side benefit.
Yes, it is. And it helps to know others out there share the same ups and downs.