|SSU Fantanime Club 2000. I'm in the purple skirt|
helping others, deep thinking, broadening their horizons, discovering new interests, and following their true calling. My parents and siblings are bookworms, teachers, students, caregivers, builders, creators, sharers, pioneers, initiators, optimists, geeks, writers, artists, and life coaches with vast imaginations. Most of my family and friends are in creative or educational fields, concentrating on furthering the dreams and education of others as well as themselves.
If you work in a job you love, chances are you can find members of your tribe there. College and graduate school are some of the best places to find your tribe. Through the years, I've found members of my tribe all over the place - from online roleplay groups, to various themed conventions, work events, and church functions. The internet can make it even easier to find your tribe, if you know where to look.
For writers, the best CPs come from your tribe, beta readers too, so it's a good idea to get looking. You can find readers in your genre on Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook groups, and many other places. And, of course, there's Insecure Writers Support Group! If you haven't found your tribe, this is a good place to start.
Have you found your tribe? What suggestions would you give to those still looking?