Authors are natural introverts. Aahh the testament. Look what I found on Freshly Pressed.
It was not long ago I protested the use of social networking sites, nose a little skyward, with quips like:
“You’ll never catch me on Twitter.”
“I dare you to Google me. You won’t find anything but job-related links.”
“I only wish my life was so dull that I could spend hours of it twiddling online.”
Well, I may not be twiddling, but I’m certainly twittering. And Goodreading. And WordPressing. And commenting and liking and Linking on In.
Writers know marketing is part of the publishing process. They also know it should start early, well before a book summons its first paying reader. But here’s the snag. Many writers are introverts. That is probably why we like to write. We are alone. With our thoughts. Thoughts easier to reveal by keyboard than mouth.
If you are not sure whether or not you are an introvert (really?), I found a checklist to guide you…
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