I'm sure that line's been said to death, but when it comes to the networking tool known as Twitter, I'm a full fledged noob. So I can get away with it, right?
The time has come to step it up. Thanks to J. A. Bennett, my Twitter reservations are cleared. She's a genius writer and a master of building your social networking pages and accounts. A many thousand thank yous!
If you Tweet, like I'm about to, I'd appreciate a Follow.
(Now to set up a link button--where are those at?)
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Some of you might be wondering about the awesome tradition that this blog once had. What happened to your Shout-Outs? Between the campaign challenges and blogfests, I've had a tough time keeping up with all of my awesome followers. Notice the lack of comments I've left on your posts in the last couple of months? It makes me feel [this] small. Don't panic! I haven't forgotten you. Once this sweet madness clears, I'll be back to my preferred method of doing ... stuff.
But for now, I'd like to give a Shout-Out two very new bloggers who are both awesome and deserve a click.
Pamela King - She's been in my critique group for -- what, two years now? And she is a talented writer with a firm grasp on the YA novel and a master of the Triangle.
Elissa - We met over WriteOnCon, and wow! We have so much in common. Same class. Same state. She's a YA Fantasy writer (fairytale elements) and she's a gifted artist (who had a hand in Tangled -- love that movie).
Please be a pal and check out their blogs!
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Update: It would seem the Zombie Novel has taken precedence. They say you should write what you know. So, while I research what I don't, I'm using my general zombie movie knowledge, general firearm knowledge, and copious road trip experiences help me discovery write this humorously heartwarming survival story.
Also, the new website I told you about is launching THIS THURSDAY! I'll post all about it then. And I'll be at the Book Academy (UVU) this Thursday as well. If you're going to go, come and find me. We should hang out!
I'm David, and that bird's wings are real tiny!