I have one for Diane Lynn McGyver, my pen name, but I’ve tried to keep that exclusively for her fiction only. The McGyver Facebook page limits my ability to write about writing and publishing in general and talking about my other pen name, Candy McMudd.
Part of the reason I waited to have a Diane Tibert Facebook page was because I wasn’t sure what role it would play. Now I know.
What will be posted to my Facebook Page
- Shorter snippets of information
- Personal comments
- Short announcements
- Writing news
- Links to interesting blog posts
I find a lot of those last things on the list: interesting posts. Sometimes I reblog them. It’s easy with WordPress; I simply click the REBLOG button. Other times it’s not so easy, and sometimes I’ve already posted for the day and don’t want to do another post. Then I move on and read more great posts and forget about the first one.
My new Facebook page will announce these great links with ease.
The writing news might be about something big happening in the publishing industry or a contest, such as the two writing contests hosted by the Antigonish Review, a magazine published in Nova Scotia. Deadlines are May 30th (fiction) and June 30 (poetry).
For more details about this contest and the link to additional details visit Diane Tibert’s new Facebook Page.