There are few things in this world I enjoy more than hanging out with fellow writers and artist, except meeting new and old readers. Most of a writer’s life is spent alone sitting behind a computer or in isolation somewhere as they get lost in their current work. But we have to be careful not to disconnect.
One of the most important and crucial part to a writer’s life, in my opinion, is interacting, learning, communicating, and being in fellowship with other writers and readers. No matter how much of an introvert we are, we cannot isolate ourselves from the very tools that are meant to sharpen our skills.
I learn something from every interaction I have with my fellow writer friends and responses from readers; every time. This past weekend was no exception. Though I’m exhausted, I enjoyed every minute of the 2013 Mecca Fest at the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center. When I move away, this will be one event I hope I never miss.
Till next time,