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Thank you for being a part of my life this past year. I hope our somewhat virtual relationship will continue for years to come.
Instead of writing about social media, I simply want to thank you for having been a part of my year.
Thank you for reading my posts and my books, for receiving my blog updates, and for leaving comments whenever you can.
To everyone who has contributed a guest post over the past year, thank you for contributing to the discussion here in a profound manner.
I’ve met many of you and have come to think of you as colleagues and in some cases, friends. Thank you for that gift.
I’d love to hear from you over the next week. Please leave a comment, telling me about your publishing goals and dreams for 2016 and what you’d like to see on this blog in the coming year.
I am eager to say goodbye to 2015. I had my share of challenges, which is why I had to temporarily pause my podcast and invite so many guest bloggers to this space.
In 2016, I hope to keep as much going as possible all the while meeting my clients’ needs, writing blog posts, and publishing two new books. It’s an ambitious schedule, I know.
I think my podcast will return — I’m still undecided but those are my plans. If it returns, I’ll resume publishing every other week.
Wish me luck with my goals!
Please know that I wish you health, peace and publishing success in the new year!
P.S. Don’t forget to leave a comment sharing your publishing goals for 2016. Thanks!
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About the Author: Frances Caballo is an author, podcaster and social media strategist and manager for writers. She’s a regular speaker at the San Francisco Writers Conference and a contributing writer at TheBookDesigner.com. She’s written several books including Social Media Just for Writers, Avoid Social Media Time Suck, and Twitter Just for Writers, which is available for free here on her website. Her focus is on helping authors surmount the barriers that keep them from flourishing online, building their platform, finding new readers, and selling more books. Her clients include authors of every genre and writer conferences. Not sure how you’re doing online? Ask Frances to prepare a social media audit for you.