Authors get a lot of mixed advice when it comes to social media. Let’s talk about different author approaches and … More
The past couple of years, I’ve noticed a trend–in myself. I’ve been wanting to stay home and not deal with going out. I’ve been not wanting to host big, complicated events, and it was usually okay if people came to me. Although, lately, I’ve been craving smaller and smaller groups. Of worse? Wanting to stay home, on my couch, alone.
But wait, I thought I was an extrovert. Was I was wrong? My entire identity has fallen into crisis!
Part 1: Becoming A Good Internet Citizen – As A Writer
If you want to be a writer, the ubiquitous “they” tell you that you need to “Establish a Social Media Presence”, but so much of the advice out there is aimed at Non-fiction writers.
Non-fiction writers sell books based on establishing their expertise in a particular area.
Fiction writers? We sell books based on the story, the writing, and word-of-mouth.
So how do we make social media work for us?