Why Is This So Difficult?

It is no wonder that many writers struggle with all the social media. I watch my daughters and husband whip through and around four and five different platforms with apparent ease while I spend an hour or more just trying to post an edited draft to my blog.

I think I need to update certain links but can’t figure out how to accomplish that. I know I saved the edited draft before I went looking for how to update the link and now I can’t find the draft to post. Frustrated with my inability to learn how to function within the limited social media sites I have chosen. Instead of trying to do it all I have deliberately limited myself to Facebook, LinkedIn, and WordPress, though I have been playing with another site for pure personal entertainment until I understand it better.

How many social media platforms are needed anyway? What are your focused platforms?


About TimberDark Writer

Simply, I am passionate about writing and dancing. I love reading, quilting and hunting. I have written stories since childhood. I have a degree in English, taught in a parochial school, substituted K-12, raised three daughters, coached and refereed youth soccer, square danced since I was seven, created and quilted award winning quilts. When not writing I assist my husband teach square dancing 3-4 times a week, co-coach an historical dance exhibition team and I hunt with my family and friends to fill the freezer. My first novel, "The Blood,"published in May 2014 is a multiple award winner and received a four star review by Foreward Clarion Review in May 2016. The second novel, "The Balance" was published September 1, 2016. These are the beginning installments of the science fiction/fantasy crossover series, "The Stone's Blade." Book three, "The Blades" is under construction. My TimberDark Writer blog is a part of my writing process. You are invited to share in the journey.
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