Keep the Communication Channels Opened

Keep the Communication Channels Opened

You may notice a new addition to the right hand sidebar of this blog  It looks like this:
And it’s the various ways for us to connect:

  • email,
  • the front page of this blog,
  • twitter (Okay, I’m still learning about this one), and
  • my author’s page on Facebook.

Isn’t that ingenious?  Well, it wasn’t my idea, but I know a good thing when I see it or read it as I did yesterday on Write to Publish, written by Robin Sullivan of Fairfax VA. She’s also the  publicist for her husband, author Michael J. Sullivan.
She also writes one of my favorite blogs about writing — favorite because she provides such useful information like how authors can stay better connected with their readers and fans.  In this particular blog post, she gave detailed directions on how to create the above series of connecting points, so I’m passing the info on to you.
Communication is so foundational to any and all relationships, including the one between writers and readers, so let’s keep those communication channels open.  Good job Robin!
Your Turn
What’s the best tip for writers and authors you’ve learned recently?  Why not share it here in the comments section.

2011-09-30T12:15:27+00:00 1 Comment

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  1. Carol Hess October 3, 2011 at 2:46 pm - Reply

    A great tip from Jonathan Fields (who just released his latest book, Uncertainty and who is an amazing book marketer) — start marketing your book at least 6 months before it will be released. And he's a huge fan of social media for authors. I must admit I've been remiss on that front, but I guess it's time to get over it!
    Thanks for the link to Robin Sullivan, Bradford. I will definitely check it out.

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