When I first decided that I would publish my writings. I was told that I needed a Facebook author page right away. Well; you know, it took me almost six years to finally do a page. It took that long because I felt that I could not handle an author page, along with the other social media platforms that I was on. Over the last; I have to say two or more years. I started feeling that with planning and organizing. I could handle posting, on a Facebook author page along with my other pages.
So now I am reworking a schedule that would include my new Facebook author page as well as my other social media sites. I was advised that I should use one of those automated services to help me out. I don’t feel as if I need that right now, I will check that out in the future.
Tell me? What do you post or share on your Facebook author page? I am going to need some help figuring that part out. Do I share only my books, upcoming events, and books sales? I hope that the page turns into a place for people to come and ask questions. Share what we have learned about editing, writing, and self-publishing, and so on.
If you get a chance, check out my page, like, and share it. Facebook @Kim L Walton, Author
Kim L. Walton, Indie Writer, Self-Published Author of 3 books
Founder of Southside Book and Writers Club