I’ve come to the conclusion that if the world is going to crumble into dystopia, it will be for lack of preparedness.
You think with all the dystopian novels floating around lately that people would have taken the hint. I mean, pretty much every teen on the planet has read The Hunger Games or some such thing. Why hasn’t the next generation taken it into their hands to prevent the collapse of society? This is our future; only we can change the tides of disaster. Why then do we persist in ignoring the growing problem all around us?
I’m not talking … read more »
I don’t claim to be an expert on book promotion. (When I am, you’ll know because my books will be at the top of the bestseller lists.) I do, however, consider myself to be very versed in the art of tweeting. (Practice makes perfect, and I have over 20,000 tweets.) I may not have yet mastered the art of combining tweeting with book promotion, but I have observed tweeting authors for long enough to learn a few tricks.
Namely what not to do.
Twitter is a great way to get me interested in your book. Basically you just have to act … read more »
Ahh, two whole days with nothing pressing on the to-do list! Is this what you people normally call a “weekend”? I don’t usually have those, so I’ve decided to take this unique opportunity to do something I’ve wanted to do for awhile but haven’t had the time–watch Season 1 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I’ve been working slowly at it for awhile, but I’ve got the entire season out on DVD from the library, so I’m going to crash through the rest of the episodes this weekend. I just finished “Fall Weather Friends” before pausing to write this … read more »