Cool Cooking.com and Book Goodies.com. One thing that came out of that was the need for social media when it comes to promoting a book. In short. I hate it. The landscape has no roadmap to explain how to do it, when to do it or what do do. And that frustrates me.
At the end of the day, I want to connect with people. Real people. Not tweets, or twits, or status updates or GPS coordinates. Maybe someone likes what I'm doing. I thank you for that. And equally so, maybe someone doesn't like what I'm doing. Guess what? I thank you for giving a damn either way. So in the world that is evolving of he said, she said, shares and forwards, let's not forget it is about connecting with people. People like a Sacramento-based Karen who loves Voodoo Donuts, or a Rochester-born Debbie who is the guardian of secret family recipes. Or my story (and books)...besides, if you don't connect, I can't send you our family's wonderful pecans!