and why do we do it? Social media marketing is nothing new. Authors have been using it for years. I personally have been marketing my work on social media since the early 2000s because it was the only thing we could do and feel successful. Trad pub was still king at that time and SM was still very new. Today, by the same token, it has become so popular and to be honest, overused, that most folks don’t like to even talk about social media marketing. Marketers ruin it for all of us, so says Gary V and I honestly
and where do I go from here? I have been blogging on this site for a very long time. I have been writing for a long time too, with a few hiatuses in between. Are you a blog lover as I am? Do you blog too? I would love to see yours. Drop a comment and link to yours below. As for me, I am not certain what I will do when I reach 1000 blog posts, and that may well happen sometime in the next year or so. I never thought of an end game. But yall, all good
and how hard that can be sometimes… Welcome to another one of my musings. I have been struggling so hard of late to get my writing done. I just cannot focus long enough to get anything down. Let me explain. This has been going on since I got a job a month ago. I just sort of had to set everything aside and create an entire new routine for myself. I was too tired at the end of the day to do anything, not even cook. Then last week, my darling hubby had a heart attack. Talk about everything coming
The hunt for something new has begun! I know you are here hoping to find a story that’s ripped from the headlines, but today isn’t going to be that. Instead, I am going to talk about me, my books, and this site. Because we may all be gone soon. Gone in our present form anyway. And no, I am not dying yet. I have been wanting to change up this site for a long time and it seems like now at the end of a year is a good time. Will it still be a blog site? Yes, and no.
Blurb Jenny Jones has returned to Mt. Moriah after a disastrous relationship with Brandon Daniels, the lead singer for Sarcastix, a band on the rise in Nashville. She makes it back home after Thanksgiving and realizes quickly that things are not as she left them. Her room is now occupied by her brother, as well as her car. Her parents are not able to support her any longer. And worst of all, Jeremiah Collins has moved on with his life as well. Jeremiah Collins, or Jere sees Jenny get into her family sedan on the day after she returns to Mt. Moriah.