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Sunday, May 02, 2010

An interview with my French 'Blog-daughter'

There are a few people I'm proud to count among my blog-children; meaning they started excellent, relevant blogs - at least in part - because of me.  It's a really nice feeling to watch them develop as writers and to see them attract a well-deserved readership of their own.

Well, one of my blog-children who lives in France - Ilana Davita - has started a regular Sunday feature on her site where she interviews fellow bloggers... and I'm flattered to say she's decided to kick off the interview series with me.

If you haven't followed the links from the timely and thoughtful comments she always leaves on my site, you should definitely use this excuse to go visit her site and become a regular reader. 

Oh... and even though she is French, her English is probably better than mine.  :-)

Posted by David Bogner on May 2, 2010 | Permalink

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I really wanted my (actual) children to blog. My younger son tried it, started a blog but never re-posted; then started a different one, didn't have the time to post after the opening one and decided in the end it's all narishkeit ("shtuyot b'mitz agvaniyot"). I miss his blog. He still reads mine.
Zehu.

Posted by: Lady-Light | May 3, 2010 6:40:09 AM

my French 'Blog-daughter'
I just love the name! Maybe this could be a new FB page: Treppenwitz's blog children. I'd be delighted to know who the others are.
P.S. have managed to track down two; well not exactly thrack down since they volunteered the information.

Posted by: Ilana-Davita | May 3, 2010 8:16:12 AM

I love her blog, didn't know you were "related."

Posted by: batya | May 4, 2010 7:33:27 AM

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