Kountry Kitchen. She likes to go there for their "little milks" as her niece calls them -- the yummy flavored milks for the coffee. Julies frequents a lot of eateries in town and enjoys them all for different reasons. During our chat, Julie shared her passion for creative writing and told me what a joy it was to contribute as a guest blogger at the Cyber-bistro. She also wanted to know more about The Caveman in the Mirror. When I shared how the story is rooted in my own life's journey, she asked "would you be interested in contributing some stories to Ramona Patch?"
"Are you kidding?" I asked. "Writing is my passion. That would be a dream job."
"It's not a paid position, however, I think people would be curious about how a Californian finds his way in Iowa. You can write about your experiences settling into a new town and what the journey there was like. You can write on your own schedule and contribute whenever you have free time."
I'm still pinching myself. It's like watching Marley and Me and seeing my life's story. Yes, I will write for Ramona Patch. It's not a job, it's an adventure. Thanks, Julie, for a great opportunity.
Click here to link to Ramona Patch. What kind of stories would you suggest I write? Please comment below.