Sunday, October 23, 2011

Facebook Page

Ya gotta have a Facebook page...and you need to have at least 25 "likes" so you can get a shorter url. Well, that's what I've been told, so I went ahead and created one. I really hate asking people to "like" me, but since I gotta have a Facebook page, I'll ask you to "like" me here.

I really don't know what good having a page will do. As it is, I feel like I'm being pulled in too many directions at once. And, I am now questioning the wisdom of having two separate blogs. Originally, this one was set up to document my self-publishing journey, but my other blog gets way more readers. What to do? What to do?


  1. I have FB pages for my last two books, but I can't see any value in the pages. I don't have a separate book blog because my main blog is about my life. Books—the ones I've written and the ones I read—are part of my life. I occasionally blog about my books if I'm going out of town for a reading or if I've met friends at a signing.

    An author needs a website (my publisher required it), a blog, and some social media presence. The Amazon Author Page doesn't hurt either. You don't want to spread yourself too thin.

  2. Well, I've reached the magical number of I can become rich and famous Haha!

    I think I'm going to leave this blog "live" but go back to just my main one. I do feel like I'm spreading myself too thin. I do have a website, twitter (which I still haven't fully embraced it), and Amazon Author page.