I was uploading some content elsewhere on Red Room just now, and wanted to add a tag. You've probably noticed that when you tag, a dropdown menu appears that suggests terms others have used that contain that word. Well, here's what dropped down when I typed woman:
A New Woman Returns
a younger woman
being a Japanese or Asian woman writer
Black Woman's HIV/AIDS Awareness Quiz
Ivory chuckled when I mentioned these to her, since we both knew she was responsible for several of them. We also knew that this list represents some kind of subconscious expression of the kind of writing (funny, inspiring, serious, informative) our community shares, and that's something to smile about every day.
Speaking of tagging (our guidelines are here), I hope you're blogging on this week's topic "Saying Good-bye." (Some great entries have already been posted.) When you do, please make sure to tag your post with the term saying good-bye, and include the hyphen. That way, we editors can read it and consider it as one of the posts that will be featured in our Well Red Blog next week. Three featured bloggers will receive signed copies of Jacquelyn Mitchard's new novel, No Time to Wave Goodbye. (Jackie's chosen the less common, but not incorrect, spelling.)
Tag! You're it.