I stick to Squidoo to share experiences and Yahoo to read items that catch my attention.
Goodreads and Blogger.
I'm on the NaNoWriMo site a lot during October and November. I also spend a lot of time on YouTube, where there are other writers talking about some of their experiences and readers who talk about books in general.
Open Salon and Blogger
Facebook, and Twitter sometimes. My stories are posted on my personal blog on Wordpress. In the past I have been a heavy user of Deviantart and WritersCafe.
Mostly Facebook, but some Twitter.
I used to post in forum. But I don't really do it now, since I moved to another country with different language, I got a mix-up in language, sadly.
Sence I just published my book call A Big house for Little Men I go to Barnes and Noble and read the reviews online about what people are saying about my book and how they fell what I wrote.
Plus I have my own website www.abighouseforlittlemen.com and see how many hits I receive each day.
SheWrites, a site for women writers, I have several sites I visit on blogspot.com, I search for blogs that interest me all over the web. There is a wonderful blog that just recently has gotten underway. A young man has set it up to spotlight blogs in hopes that as his site grows, they will gain more readers. It's all about helping writers get their work out there in a much more public way. It's called Peoplesblog and the url is http://www.peoplesblog.com/. It's slow going, but it will pick up, and I think it will be quite successful. Cheers, Tom! I also love to visit http://nevine-sultan.blogspot.com/, http://gypsywomanworld.blogspot.com/, they are just inspiring women writers I have met and their work is lovely.
blogger is my main portal. A lot of times I simply don't share things online, but simply on my word processor to another friend.
www.critiquecircle.com has been a tremendous help in every aspect of my literary endeavors.
I visit Shoutlife and Facebook, several blogs of friends and colleagues, although that list gets longer and longer and often makes me envious when I let myself focus on popularity instead of the lessons. Facebook helps me to keep from living exclusively in the writer's world, and I try to keep in touch with family and other friends. Otherwise, I tend to end up just communicating with other writers, and that's not healthy.
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