I still don’t want to know what you had for breakfast or what your dog threw up on the carpet.
I have found a use for Facebook however. My friend and fellow author, PG, and I chat, help each other with our writing, critique each other and pray for our friends and loved ones. We will be working on Redeeming Love together soon. Facebook gives us chat so we can write, edit, etc.
In case you don’t know RL (we refer to our titles by their initials, saves keystrokes) is going to combine PG’s Redeeming Tales and my Cottonwood Series. We have several characters in common. Enough about that. Back to social media.
Twitter I will use a little. To me it is a colossal waste. (Sorry for those who love to twit or read them.) Very little of worth, IMHO, can be stated in 140 characters including who you want to send them to. Some of the @’s or #’s go so fast that I don’t have a chance to read them. I also can’t, or don’t waste the time to, find new @’s or #’s to read or post to.
Since I wrote about it first in Oct. of 2012 I’ve added Pinterest and Linkedin to my list of social media. Pinterest I use to post book covers and garments I use for inspiration for garments in my historical fiction.
I kept getting invited to Linkedin so I joined. Don’t really know what it’s good for for me. I don’t go there enough to figure it out. Don’t figure I will either.
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Sophie Dawson has made up stories in her head all her life. It wasn’t until 2011 that she began writing typing them out.
Her first books were all historical fiction romance. They’ve won multiple awards and garnered rave reviews. Now, Sophie is branching out into contemporary romance though she plans to continue writing historical and hopes to add more books in her popular Cottonwood and Stones Creek series.
Sophie lives with her husband and cat on a farm in western Illinois. She’s an avid seamstress and was a professional quilter for a number of years before the writing bug bit. She’s just thankful it’s not fatal.