Thank You

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After my recent post, Asking for Help, I received so many lovely, encouraging, and helpful messages and comments. I feel truly fortunate to be surrounded with so much support. I’m still working on trying to write, but I feel like you’ve all helped lift the darkness. I cannot thank you enough.

I’d like to thank the following people for being a light in the darkness when I needed it most. Thank you for taking time out of your day to comfort and help me in my time of need. I hope you all know your words touched and inspired me. I might not be back up to full running speed, yet, but the forward momentum I have is in large part from your support. Thank you.

Tante Willemijn (aka Linnie) – Website, Twitter, Her Words for Me on Depression

Chris Gould – Website, Twitter

Cindy Kolbe – Website, Twitter

Katspaks – Twitter

Alex Micati – Website, Twitter

Raimey Gallant – Website, Twitter

Tara K. – Website, Twitter

John F. Harrison – Website, Twitter

H. A. Callum – Website, Twitter

S. A. Franco – Twitter

Rosie Ellen Grey – Website, Twitter

Jenna Victoria – Website, Twitter

If you’re looking for wonderful people to follow and support, you’ve found them. Thanks again!

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10 Comments

  1. Fantastic list! Thanks!!

  2. Your friendship and support is well worth my time and energy!

  3. I feel incredibly special right now. So many warm fuzzies. Thanks for the shout out!

  4. Sometimes when you can’t muster up the strength to do it for you, knowing that you have folks rooting for you (when you’re ready) can make all the difference. Thank you for the SO 🌷

  5. I just got back on Twitter today after an on and off kind of hit or miss relationship over the past few weeks. I was both shocked and awed when I started started to catch up on my friend Donna’s blog. Everyone who knows D.M. Newlum knows what a caring and supportive member of our community she is and how she will always give the credit to someone else. The truth is, she’s one pretty sharp cookie and had already worked all that book business out in her own head – she simplyn needed to hear that someone agreed with her and thought it was the right play too. I hope she has been completely freed from all life’s annoyances that come tugging at the mind and hammering on the door, so she can get on with what matters – wriiting that horror story that is so chilling we will all be brought to our knees. I, for one, cannot wait to read the first book from this caring and talented writer!

    • Thank you so much, Lady! I am quite fortunate to have you in my corner. I don’t know what I’d do without your guidance and support. You’re a wonderful person and an amazing friend. Thank you. Thank you. *hugs*

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