I got a facelift. Not for my skin…but for my book. I joined the Facebook world with a new author page. My daughter designed the banner for the page, and it made me smile. I love having talented children. Check out my Facelift page here: http://www.facebook.com/c.stastny.author.
I’ve had fun searching through pictures and uploading them into categories that go with my book–places that Suvi, James and Austan find themselves in at different parts of the story. I’ve labeled the photos on my author page so you can link them to the story if you’ve read it (or are going to read my book).
In the future, I’m planning on having random giveaways of books and gift cards for Facebook friends that LIKE my page…so jump on the bandwagon (or Eyes of Light wagon), and LIKE my author page. Your LIKE will tell me that you appreciate my FACELIFT…and that’s always nice. No one is happy when they undergo plastic surgery and come out looking uglier…and getting a Facebook page is kind of like getting plastic surgery (not that I’ve ever done it or ever will–but I can pretend); you just want people to notice you. Right?
My analogy is going south. It’s because I’m in the middle of serious revisions to Book 2–Secret Keepers, and my brain is fried. Please help a poor fried-brain author out and LIKE my Facebook page. I hear that works wonders for the creative writing juices…and I fear I’m running low. Oh, Woe is me. Or is it “Whoa is me?” (like what you say to a horse? Please advise in the comments as I’m too tired to look it up right now.)