Were you forlorn this morning, looking for a new Roar Sessions post and wondering why there wasn’t one?
Well! Whether you noticed it or not, The Roar Sessions has moved into its own place — and you’re invited to come on over.
That’s right. In case you missed it, this weekly series that has grown dear to my heart — and maybe yours — now has its very own website. And today’s post is as powerful as they come.
“23 years since they said this. You can’t come back. Someone has to leave and they’ve been here longer and he is our pastor, so you have to leave. But hey, we are paying for eight counseling sessions for you and we wish you all the best, now leave, please, but let us pray for you before you go, and we really hope you will be okay. We feel so very sorry for you, and you really need help, but we can’t be the ones to help you because we have others who are more important than you to help. Go on now, troubled young woman. Leave. Let us get on with the Lord’s work, we don’t need women like you in our midst. You might rub off on us. And besides, didn’t you know it is really all your fault?” – from “Silent Roar” by Anonymous, this week’s guest
In addition to continuing to publish guest posts every Monday by kick-ass, courageous women of diverse backgrounds and experiences, there are few other pages for you to check out:
- A complete archive since the series’ inception on June 7, 2015.
- A submissions page.
- Sponsorship opportunities, because writing “for the exposure” is passé and we deserve more.
As always, this space will continue to be home to my “Art of” Series, poems and other rambling posts, dates and details about all of my writing groups, and opportunities to keep growing as a writer and human through individual coaching sessions.
Thank you for being part of the first year of The Roar Sessions here on my blog — and for hopping over to follow the new site.
See you in all the places!