Another reason to “rebel” against Facebook.

Wow, less than 24 hours into the experiment, and already 100 people have joined the event. Here’s the thing: I don’t like seeing (already) how Facebook has “trained” me to just “like” stuff rather than interacting with a little meaning with my online acquaintances and friends. I also don’t like that if someone posts something … Read More

Screw you, Facebook. We’ll experiment on YOU.

I see Facebook as a necessary evil. It’s where most of my friends who live in my computer hang out, and as a writer, it’s a very large part of my social media platform. Facebook, however, thinks nothing about experimenting on us. We are, after all, just a commodity. They’ve already started tinkering with Page … Read More

Oh, goodie. I now have a cyberstalker.

So apparently I’ve “made” it since I’ve pissed off a couple of spammers. (EDIT: I’ve added a second message they’ve sent me.) What’s even stupider? I HAD been planning on letting it die down now that we had notified our members. But now that I’m getting email threats, including (see below) a threat to burn … Read More

Updates: 4/6/2011

“The Reluctant Dom” is now available in print on Amazon.com. This new print version also contains the related novella, “Domme by Default” (first time it’s appeared in print). http://www.amazon.com/Reluctant-Dom-Special-Tymber-Dalton/dp/1936356120/ Also, I’m running a contest on my Facebook page. Head on over, like the page and leave a comment in the contest thread. I’ll pick a … Read More

How NOT to use Facebook if you’re a writer.

Lately, there’s been a pretty aggravating trend of writers not using Facebook the way it was intended (as a pretty good social networking site) but as…well… A $2 whore. This trend seems to be predominant amongst newbie and self-published writers, although it’s not exclusively limited to writers. I’ve seen plenty of self-help gurus and others … Read More

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