I woke up on November 9, 2013 and found this message in my twitter inbox:
“Hey lol. My name is Meggan Roxanne and I own the blog TheGoodVibe.co (it’s still called kushandwizdom but I’m rebranding) I guess what I’m trying to do is to create a space online for inspiring thought provoking people in my generation and promote their words. I created picture quotes in 2011 and my audience is now over 1.6 million people, so I decided to stop making quotes from the typicals and start promoting every day people, the people in my age gap, so my young audience can relate and be inspired at the same time.
I found your twitter randomly and decided to start with you, you’re words your tweets are amazing, I have to share them.
If you would like them removed please let me know, but as you can see the reception over night has been great. Hope all is well. Peace.”
And it’s browser history after that.
Her site has posted pages of my writing and I am only grateful for their interest in my writing as well as the positive exposure that my writing as been receiving. She may have begun with me, but as of the beginning of 2014, there are about 13 other “fameless,” inspirational, and brilliant writers on board as well.