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SOLSC Day 5

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Slice of Life Small LogoThe March Slice of Life Story Challenge is hosted by http://www.twowritingteachers.wordpress.com.

Other Published Writers

I have a blog, but I don’t consider my writing published yet. I hope that someday I will live like other published writers — reaping the benefits of readers wanting to peruse and use my work. My daughter is living my dream; she just got a letter from her college literary magazine: “We love your poem…we want to publish it…please fill out information…create a 50-word bio for the back of the book…”

So wonderful!

I should get moving; our parallel dreams are moving at lightning speed…and the train is pulling out of the station!

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing stories about reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

13 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 5

  1. You have a community here that wants to read your work…but I know what you mean! Congrats to your daughter. That is exciting for her.

  2. How exciting to share the same passion as your daughter.

  3. Congratulations to your daughter (and you). It’s exciting to get published!

  4. Congrats to your daughter! I bet she got some of that literary talent from mom. Keep writing!

  5. Congrats to your daughter. But I feel ya…… my dream will remain just that if I don’t get busy. Go for it!

  6. I understand and appreciate what you are saying about our dreams. Dreams take work to see them come to be but sometimes I am afraid to start or don’t know where to start. But just like your daughter…dreams are so worth the risk and effort. Thanks for sharing and congratulations to your daughter!

  7. It’s so great to think about the ways that our kids can give us inspiration, throughout their lives and in so many different ways. Congratulations to your daughter.

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