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WIPjoy #6

6. #FF: awesome #WIPjoy-ers to follow! Well, it makes more sense for me to do this on Twitter, but first off, please follow me @sh8kspeare and Like my Facebook page. Then go to my Twitter and see my #FF post!

New Tricks

I’m not an early adopter. By which I mean, it takes me a while to warm to new technology and/or upgrades. If what I’m using works for me, I hesitate to throw my groove off by having to possibly learn all new modes of working. Yet as an author I’m told I must engage in…

Visit Little London!

So right now, if you go to my Facebook page, you can watch a video tour of my home office. It’s kind of long, and I’m embarrassed at the mess, but cinéma vérité, n’est pas? I couldn’t post the video here because of the length (file size too large). But I hope you’ll go have…

Now on Facebook!

I’ve finally bitten the bullet and created an official Facebook page. Really, what I’ve done is succumbed to pressure. Everyone says you have to have a Facebook page, but I resisted because I already keep up with Twitter, and then have this site and my reviews site, and I dabble in Instagram . . .…

DFW Con: Social Media

Okay, let’s get into the meat and potatoes of the DFW Con sessions I attended. After the opening remarks, Me Ra Koh came out to give a talk on social media. I’ll admit, I had no idea who she was. Even though I have young ones, Me Ra was not on my radar. But she…

Winter Wonderland

Our weather has taken an uptick the past couple days, which meant the start of a new holiday tradition: mini golfing! The kids had never been before, and they loved it. I’ve also managed to get in a couple nice walks thanks to the cooperation of the weather: 1. “Stranded on a Sandbar” by Jimmy…

SFWC: Building a Web Presence

This session was run by Karma Bennett, Francis Caballo, and Anne Hill. I was hoping to learn some new stuff, but a lot of what they said seemed like common sense to me. Maybe this session was really aimed at older authors, people still trying to wrap their brains around all the newfangled technology and…

Yea, Yay & Yeah

I just want to go over something with you guys. I love you all, but this keeps cropping up (mostly in FB posts), and it’s starting to peeve me. So let’s break down the differences between yea, yay, and yeah. Yea (prn. “yay”) is used in the sense of it being the opposite of “nay.”…