Good morning peeps!
Today, Robert Lee Brewer’s challenge is to create a Twitter account. If you missed the previous days (Day 1-3), check out that link to his blog where you’ll find all of the challenges we’ve completed so far.
New to the challenge? The goal for writers, like me, is to improve our platform. What’s a platform? It’s my ability and effectiveness to communicate with you, my readers. As busy as my days are now, that kind of challenge is something I can definitely get on board with.
And speaking of busy, I’ve taken the day off to file my taxes (ugh) and I’ve got my writers’ critique group this evening to boot which means another 14-15 hour day away from home (sigh). Somewhere in there I need to finish my #FridayReads for this week so I can review it by Friday AM. If you’ve been following me on Twitter then you know that the book isn’t going that well.
Question for you: Do you like that I announce the books that I will attempt to read, in advance each week? Would you prefer if I just post the book review post-read with no lead time to read-along? Let me know because I’m considering changing the format of my reviews. Thank you!
So, I’m really grateful that Robert’s challenge was something I had under my belt already. Have you visited my Twitter feed yet? If not, you’re missing out on some fun book discussions including our favorite Jane Austen Fan Fiction (JAFF), talking Advance Readers’ Copies (ARC’s) and hearing about books directly from the authors on Twitter.
Here’s a sneak peek of my Twitter page:
You can also connect with me by clicking any of the links on my signature on most of my posts (see below for example).
Until tomorrow, dear reader!
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