I Am Still Figuring Out Twitter — Post by Mary C. Findley

My latest Twittersperiment has several sub-experiments running, but I’ll share what’s going on right now. 1. Permalinks. I was introduced to this method of retweeting recently. Retweets are supposed to be better than tweets for sharing other people’s information. Not sure why, but I know I get a lot more retweets since I started participating …

The Further Adventures of a Twitterpated Journey through Social Media by Mary C. Findley

Quite awhile back I posted a blog about my beginning to use Twitter to help promote our books. I am still struggling with writing tweets, and I know many others are, so I wanted to share a few "epiphanies" that have come to me in my struggles. Yes, you have to keep struggling, because Twitter …

Findley Family Video’s Publishing Journey

A sweet blog reader was kind enough to say she's been following us for some time now, and likes our writing and content, and also the way we promote our books. She asked about how we publish, and also how we promote, so here, I hope, is an answer to that question. I'm including links …

Twitter You’re Fired! Or Are You?

   This was posted in an Author's Group I belong to by a member who has not had the best of relationships with Twitter, I admit. But as we struggle to use our time wisely to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, to Edify believers, to promote a Christian Worldview, and to teach and to delight, …

Grace and Salt on Twitter (And some Light, Too, I Hope)

(Pictured above are Rex, Nessie, Sonny and Sis from the Disciplesaurs Puppet Play Series) Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person (Colossians 4:6). Someone shared a link on Facebook the other day, in an authors' group to which …

Curiouser and Curiouser … An Author’s Adventures in Twitterland

I set up a Twitter account awhile back because that was on my promotional "to-do" list. However, I did not really understand what it was for, so I did not use it much. I tweeted our blog posts, and that was pretty much it. My experience with Twitter was somewhat like Alice staring down the …