Social Media Balance
It’s rather Zen, I suppose, to seek a balance here.
But how do you get it?
Promoting Writing With Social Media Promoting Writing is important! So let’s say you’re an amateur writer. You know you should be promoting writing with social media. But how do you get started? Not to worry; I’ve got you covered, whether you’re looking to sell your work or just get your unsellable fanfiction noticed. My Background […]
Welcome to The Power of Social Media (Neurotic Writers’ Edition) Chicken Scratch Neurotic Writers. I know aspiring writers. You probably do, too. There are lots of people with a manuscript out there … somewhere. Perhaps it’s just in a hard drive. Or maybe it’s been uploaded to a fiction site. Or perhaps it has gotten […]
… And Facebook for All – All the Rest of It What’s the rest of it? There are really only two areas that I haven’t delved into: Groups and Notes (and keep in mind, FB changes constantly, so these could go away). Groups Groups: a lot more self-explanatory than you might expect. They are, of […]
A Look at Podcasting Podcasting can get you to a wider audience. It’s a different medium from what you might be used to. And it offers practice and the opportunity to polish some skills that you, the writer, might not have realized you needed, such as thinking on your feet and being an interview subject. […]
Book Review: On Writing Well, by William Zinsser As a part of our required readings for the social media writing class at Quinnipiac, we were required to purchase and read On Writing Well, by William Zinsser. This was a terrific book. On Writing Well covers a multitude of issues that writers can face. Zinsser gives writers the […]
Online Personas and Cyber Infidelity, Oh My! Cyber Infidelity? The Cambridge News reports that author Sophie Hannah has conducted a survey of Twitter, OKCupid and other sites, in conjunction with just plain out and out asking people – is online infidelity worse than in-person infidelity? Results Her results were mixed. Some of the respondents saw […]