Thanks about the blog and your blog comment. That was really a wonderful cave. I was going to say movie--and it is a wonderful movie--but an even more wonderful cave. All it lacked was cupcakes and candles.
It is nice to know I'm not the only one floating around the web for hours trying to make good use of it. I suppose if I have this problem, then I must be doing something right (that is - marketing and making good connections). Just accepted your friend request - thanks! :)
...aha you are asking the wrong person about facebook, Deborah! I'm in the minority in that I just never could embrace the total disclosure of it, or the fact that I was faced with so many others disclosing things I might not have wished to be privy to!
I was in, then out, then in, then out again. Just found it was kind of a time suck without much benefit for me, although I still use it as a way to get in touch with friends and where they can find me (who remembers emails anymore?).
I suppose eventually I'll be back, maybe when I have a book to promote (wishful thinking, haha). Facebook is, I suppose, like any tool that can be great as long as you control its impact on your life.
I've written about my love/hate for FB in a few posts on my blog, if you're interested. Also, an interesting article on FB that I came across is here.
You're right the story was crying for closure :) and you came in at the right time in the story! Just to say thank you for your generosity in offering your book 'Shoes Hair Nail' as a prize!
My Ghost Anchor and the Deep Blue Sea
"Thanks Fiona. A couple of good ideas. I think for my next submission I will have to try and be more assertive about the cover. And I like the idea of doing a new cover once the contract runs out on my book."
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