Shawn L. Bird

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tweet tweet June 18, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Shawn L. Bird @ 11:01 pm
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I didn’t get the whole Twitter thing.  I still don’t.  When I first met with Crystal of Gumboot Books, she told me it would be good for me to get onto Twitter, but I couldn’t understand why I’d want to, so I just left it, and concentrated on Facebook and this blog.  Today I heard the term “micro-blogging” and something clicked.  So now I’m on Twitter.

I picked out some people to follow, and I am desperately hoping that none of them post pointless minutia of their days.  I would like to receive interesting or amusing posts.  In return, I thought I would post updates on the publishing of Grace Awakening and little poems every day or two.

If you’d like to follow my little offerings, please click the link down there at the bottom of the right column.  I’d be happy to have you.

Follow me @ShawnLBird



5 Responses to “tweet tweet”

  1. keren Huyter Says:

    Twitter confuses me……I am the Rachael of Twitter I guess! LOL!

  2. Keren Huyter Says:

    Hey! Just realized you are connected to Facebook too!

    • Shawn Bird Says:

      Theoretically! I am trying to make the blog notifications and tweets go to the Author page, but can’t seem to make it work. It tells me things like, “Shawn Bird, you must be logged in as Shawn Bird to do this function.” Yah ha…

  3. Just Coop It Says:

    Twitter is a great way to expand your social network and get more people visiting your blog and Facebook page to learn about your book. At the very least you can use it for that!
    Glad to see you’re keeping up to date with everything! Keep at it!

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