There have been several conversations behind the scenes of Thinking Through Our Fingers, conversations that have required vulnerability and honesty, both with ourselves and with others. And though we were reluctant to admit it, your lovely contributors have admitted that there are times, and they have become increasingly frequent, when sharing advice and insight with the readers here have cut into their writing time, have taken them away from their craft, and that goes directly against what we set out to do.
And so, after seven years of sharing and insights, Thinking Through Our Fingers is closing its doors.
It is with heartfelt gratitude that we say goodbye to our readers, those who have shared appreciation both through comments and sharing of these posts as well as reaching out to contributors individually. We have loved hearing and growing with you.
This site will stay here as a reference for each of you. We hope that you continue to write, continue to grow, continue to pursue your publication dreams. Please, please, please keep writing.
Wishing each of you the very best,
Tasha Seegmiller, Co-Founder & Managing Editor