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Published on: 15 Apr 2013 in
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Posted on 01 Mar 2014
A refreshing and sawomhet relieving post for those of us writers who are still on the fence, despite the constant cry from the industry that a web presence is not only encouraged, but imperative, especially for debuting authors. Having had a blog for several months now, I am trying to find that balance and am not sure how successful I've been at it. I do know I will be handing in my final draft of my novel to my editor next week and I feel more than adequate about that part of my work as a writer, which, as Margaret Atwood so nicely points out, is the most important part of what we do, even if we tend to lose sight of that from time to time, or post to post.Twitter however remains a rabbit hole I don't yet dare scurry down. Last week I felt bold and set up an account only to promptly deactivate it five minute later. Maybe some other time.
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