Faced with an eviction notice, single mom Caroline Taylor hunts desperately for a new home in Eagle River, Alaska. After failing to find a rental, she moves into the basement of single parent Geno D’Antoni. Despite angry ex-spouses and the challenge of raising four boys, friendship blossoms into love.
When people talk about social media, a few sites pop up in the discussion all the time. You should be active on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, they say. You’ll see suggestions for other sites – Goodreads, Pinterest, Google Plus, YouTube, Instagram – but the Big 3 always seem to be Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Facebook and Twitter are almost self-explanatory. You post about your writing and your life; you meet new people and have conversations with them. And maybe those people will like your posts and tweets well enough to try out one of your books. Or you can join groups and meet new people – both other authors and potential readers – that way.
But LinkedIn seems to mystify indie authors. What good is it to have a presence there? What can it do for your writing career? Continue reading “What’s LinkedIn Good For? (Not Much.)”
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