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Social Media Can Make Us Unintentionally Rude

If you’re on Facebook, even casually, this is probably a familiar notification: “So and so has invited you to like his page” While I’m only being asked for a click of the mouse, I find the method to get my click kind of impersonal. Maybe I’m being whiner, but I’d like my support to mean […]

Yes, Lee Child Is THAT Awesome

Yesterday I saw a tweet from Alison Brennan (via Piper Bayard retweet) about advice Lee Child gave to a group of new writers. I highly recommend making some time to read it because as the author of the article, Anthony J. Franze, correctly points out, Lee Child’s advice is more about being a successful person in whatever […]

Hey, Quit Hogging All the Hashtags

Kait Nolan touched on this in her awesome Social Media Ennui. This trend of loading up a tweet with tons of hashtags. I nodded in agreement as I read and possibly clapped at my computer screen. Later in the week, I saw a tweet go by about someone’s new blog post. I don’t remember what […]