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Characters and Social Media

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Which social media site would your characters use the most?

Do they like precise information, bite-sized stories like on Twitter? Would they be snapping picture evidence of their life for Instagram? Would they have a news feed catered to only their interests like on Tumblr? Do they have a favorite social media site or do they hop around between several? Are their own posts to the sites concise, all over the place, a good medium?

As writers, social media is important in reaching out to fellow authors, writers, and readers. Right now, we’re on one of the most popular blogging sites to share our thoughts and stories with one another. That’s the ultimate goal of social media sites — to connect.

So, how would your characters connect with others in their world through social media? How would your characters react to anonymous praise, critique, trolls? How private would they keep their settings? How often would they post? Would they connect more with people they know face-to-face or make friends with people from all over the world?

What would a stranger, or a reader, conclude about your character just from reading their social media sites?

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Posted by on May 22, 2017 in Home

 

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Instagram

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How is everyone on Instagram so artsy?

I recently joined Instagram, mostly because Rachel and I had made one for Double Jump, but I figured there were usually tons of pretty pictures of books flying around on there and it could be another fun way to connect to people.

I love pretty pictures of books and bookshelves. They just look so cozy, you know? Especially the ones with cups of coffee or hot chocolate sitting next to them by a window seat.

Then I look at my books and, while I find them pretty enough to be worthy of Instagram, I don’t have any fancy window seats or extra Christmas lights and garland or adorable teacups to pair with them.

I do have a crazy cat and a small dog in dire need of a haircut. Do they count?

 
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Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Home

 

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Procrastination for Writers

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Fitting for Camp NaNo, don’t you think? 😉

 
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Posted by on April 1, 2015 in Home

 

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