Why I Finally Joined Twitter

As ironic as it sounds, for someone who runs their own blog, but I’m not much of a social media person. I always felt awkward posing a selfie or sharing my personal mundane thoughts to the world. Does anybody really care what I had for lunch? Trust me, starting this blog was a huge leap of faith for a sad, self-conscious writer like myself.

But interacting with other writers is such a pleasure, I want connect with you guys more. So, this lady behind Lady Jabberwocky is now on Twitter. Yes, I know I’m late but better late than never. Stay up to date on what’s happening in my life as a writer as well as new blog posts. I’d appreciate every follow and message I receive.

I’m still in the “old lady trying to figure out social media” stage but come hang out with me on Twitter.

P.S. – I’m not in love with my handle just yet, Lady Jabberwocky was taken (the horror). If you have an idea for one, let me know in the comments!

Thanks Writer Bugs!

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6 thoughts on “Why I Finally Joined Twitter

  1. Welcome to Twitter! I have the same self-consciousness, but it is a great place for writers. Here are some suggestions for who to start following in Writer Twitter: Mary Robinette Kowal @MaryRobinette, Alyshondra Meacham @AlyshondraM, LTUE
    @LTUESymposium, Seanan McGuire, @seananmcguire, and Courtney!!! Milan
    @courtneymilan. These are all pretty well connected, so by following them, you’ll find others in Writers Twitter. Also you can find nearly all the publishers on Twitter, just type in the name of the press.

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