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SOP: Jessica and Stephanie, the two of you have never actually met face to face. How do two women who barely know each other, come together to do a blog series and ultimately an anthology about … friendship? When I met them, I felt like I already knew them.
Our blogging friends connect on a level that not everyone can. Jessica and I have that bond, and I think for us, it was a jumping off point. In the afterword of our book we include actual emails between Jessica and I, and you can see the progression of our online interaction, from excitement about our project, to, as we started complaining about our kids and our bad days, an actual friendship. SOP: We loved that that part was at the end of the book, so that we get to watch the evolution of your friendship after the final section, which is about friendships that end.
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So how did the two of you happen to find each other, given that Jessica, you live in Buffalo; and Stephanie, you live in Denver? I think through your comment I found your website. Jessica Smock: Stephanie had a section on her blog where she was posting what she was reading, and I saw that we were reading a lot of the same books.
And we started emailing each other about the book. I was intrigued by the structure of the book and wanted to check it out, since it was something that Stephanie wanted to read too. Then we emailed a bunch about how unusual the book was, how each friendship story was like an individual short story or even blog post.
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We liked how the book was so raw and honest. Sonnenberg is an edgy memoirist, and we both were impressed by the complexities of her characters. Both of us mentioned that it made us think about who we would write about if we were writing our own friendship memoirs. It has a hefty price tag so I just wanted to do a little more research first. Your email address will not be published.
About the Author Susan Maccarelli Susan Maccarelli is the creator of Beyond Your Blog, a site helping bloggers successfully submit their writing for publishing opportunities beyond their personal blogs. This was great Stephanie and Susan! And thanks again to the both of you for this great podcast!