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Day 11 of the March SOLSC! #SOL22

Welcome to the eleventh day of the 15th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! By now, you may be in a writing groove! It’s also Friday, and the second Multi-Lit Friday of the year. This is an opportunity for participants who write in other languages to share their slice of life stories in another language.

Write. Share. Give.



Capturing snippets of conversation is a powerful strategy for creating a slice. Lynne Mack blogs at Mack’s World, and she has written This is What Happens If You’re Running Late the Morning of the Potluck, a slice that reads more like a play, and captures an interaction between Lynne and her husband.


Need to contact a co-author with a question? Please email us rather than leaving your question within your comment (below). Thank you, in advance, for your patience with us. We receive a high volume of emails during the first few days of the challenge. We will respond to all emails as soon as possible.

If you have questions about the individual challenge, you may contact one of these co-authors.

  • If your last name begins with the letters A – F, please email questions to Amy Ellerman at ellermanamy[at]
  • If your last name begins with the letters G – L, please email questions to Betsy Hubbard at betsymhubbard[at] 
  • If your last name begins with the letters M – Q, please email questions to Beth Moore at beth[at]
  • If your last name begins with the letters R – U, please email questions to Melanie Meehan at meehanmelanie[at] 
  • If your last name begins with the letters V – Z, please email questions to Stacey Shubitz at stacey[at]

If you have questions about the Classroom Challenge, which will take place next month, you may contact Kathleen Sokolowski at mrs.sokolowski[at]

Please note: We’re unable to respond to challenge-related questions via Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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