Say yes! As my country friend Harold, might say, "That Miss Deanna, she will make you feel like somebody."
Deanna Hershiser is a fine creative nonfiction writer and dear person who lives in Oregon. Her work has appeared in Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression, flashquake, and Camroc Press Review, among others. She has a piece upcoming in the June issue of Prick of the Spindle.
Deanna occasionally welcomes guest bloggers to post, and I am so pleased to ask you to click on over to Deanna's blog, and read my post about how I discovered the blogosphere way back in the year of our Lord two thousand and three, September of the year I believe it was. . . a very long time ago in Internet years.
Deanna has innovated by adding a new page to her web site, called Sharing Blog Love, which Deanna describes thus:
"Four years now I’ve been blogging, and I’ve read a lot of stuff by bloggy friends. Some posts have contained such wonderfulness they caused me to question ever coming back to try another of my own.
I would like to share a few of these glimmering posts."
Deanna can make me her guinea pig any day of the week. Click on the title, An Ace They Could Keep, to read a post of mine that Deanna used to kick off her Sharing Blog Love page. Appropriately, it was my second blog post, and was written in September, 2003.