*Kindling Friendship* Abbie Johnson Taylor

I’m quite pleased to see that Abbie and Joan have become friends.
What a wonderful thing Joan is doing introducing us to so many wonderful people.
If you’ve not contacted Joan yet for a visit I hope that you will soon do so.
I just love her conversational way of interviewing and getting to know others.
Thanks Joan for sharing all these wonderful visits with us.
If you enjoyed this as much as have I please do reblog it onto your blog. Let us help spread the word about this wonderful thing Joan is doing.
Blessid Be.

Jewniquely Myself

Friends,

It’s been about a year since I joined Behind Our Eyes (BOE), a 501(c)3organization which promotes the writing of blind and disabled individuals by way of a virtual writer’s group, as well as its own magazine, Magnets and Ladders. And I am privileged to find myself in the midst of some pretty amazing people. While we sometimes share common challenges, issues around disability are not our only creative focus. We are writers after all, writers like writers everywhere, whose inspiration is multifaceted, and whose efforts result in poetry, memoir, fantasy and much, much more, spanning the veritable cosmos of ideas.

Today as my guest, I welcome Abbie Johnson Taylor, newly elected BOE president. Abbie delivers soft-spoken compassion through a straight forward communication style, in her writing, as in her life.

Me: Abbie, how nice of you to drop by.

Abbie: Thank you for having me. You have a lovely…

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4 Responses to *Kindling Friendship* Abbie Johnson Taylor

  1. Thank you, Patty, for re-blogging. It was wonderful chatting with Joan, and maybe we’ll do it again sometime.

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    • Patty says:

      You’re so very welcome Abbie.

      Isn’t joan’s interview style just the greatest?

      No stiff complicated interview questions, just wonderful chatting between two friends.

      One really does get the feeling of visiting when one sits down to answer her questions.

      None of that tired picking and choosing questions, no three part answers, just downhome conversation.

      A refreshing change to be sure.

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  2. joanmyles says:

    Thanks, Patty, I so appreciate your your ongoing encouragement…your example of writer’s collegiality is also refreshing! Blessings to you!

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