|What sites do you frequent on-line to share experiences or information?
There is a Facebook.com/home.php page and a blog at www.700trillion.blogspot.com.
There are not too many sites to share this information but I would hope so in the information.
Go to eloquentbooks.com/themuslimempireandthelandofgold.html
to order a book!
I frequent on-line to Google for information about myself as well as others
I don't. When I start thinking about my book, I have to write. Completing this interview is hard enough. It makes my want to write.
A number of email loops, my blog and Twitter.
I usually frequent Myspace or facebook, yet I have to be very careful there, as there are some strange fuckers out there!
I have little time really to frequent on-line sites to share experiences and information but would really like to do so. I do however do a lot of my research for my crime books on-line in addition to personally approaching the necessary people i.e police officers who are my friends for information needed in police procedure etcetera.
I spend time on http://www.eHarlequin.com and at http://www.romancedivas.com.
I run my own web site. And I do a lot of Googling when I research stuff. But there's no particular site/s I frequent.
Treasure hunting and metal detecting fora: Thunting.com; UK Detectornet; TreasureNet.
None...but I do know a few other writers and we share to a small degree.
I blog a lot and visit other blogs a LOT.
Lately, I've been a Twitter addict.
I'm on MySpace.
I visit lots of other sites and have author pages at several romance writer/reader sites. I also belong to lots of reader/writer loops on Yahoo.
I am addicted to Facebook and Twitter. I have quite a few social networks I keep up with and that's just for Dorian's persona! I have a few personal pages as well.
Sites are in my blog: www.jounitossavainen.blogspot.com
I don't really participate in a lot of forums. I have a friend who did that and got caught up in a lot of messy, unproductive controversy, not that she didn't fight the good fight. But that sort of thing to me can distract you from the work at hand. Don't get me wrong ; I think that responding to critique that comes from right, good will is a strengthening activity, but you have to choose your battles, because there is a difference between slagging-style criticism, and well-crafted critique. The latter exists in benevolent relationship, while the former every joe and nanny on the internet thinks they specialize in simply because they have opinions, which are not often well-thought-out!
However, I do, and am increasingly trying to, dialogue with other bloggers working on important material, because of the importance of polyvocality in a tradition which I mentioned before. This seems more worthwhile to me than random forums where anyone can chime in with their catcalls regardless of whether they've done any work or crafting. Those who blog have at least demonstrated the initiative to engage in productive work, and it is producers, not slaggers, with whom one wants exchange of ideas.
Information: Wikipedia, Shelfari.
Sharing experiences: Twitter.
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