Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Where You’ll Find Me

Okay, so I’m not somewhere over the rainbow right now. Maybe someday. But until that day, I have found a few other hotspots online and I want you to know where to go when you’re looking to have your brain poked, or when you need a hearty belly laugh, or if you just feel like interacting with me.

Some of my favorite online haunts:

Twitter

Facebook

Facebook writer page

email me @ millerct1{at}cox{dot}net

Goodreads

& now I'm on Pinterest (look out!). wendypmiller

here at my main blog

& your blog…

(I love to comment…if I’ve been eerily absent from your space, your blog, your site, etc., shoot me a message and I’ll make an honest effort to come connect.)

I’m due for a hearty laugh, so if you know how to make that happen, reach out on any of the above sites!

*Raela Schoenherr posted some additional online sites for writers on Twitter yesterday. Check them out!




16 comments:

  1. It's great we can find you in all those places:) And I love that version of Over The Rainbow, one of my favorites!

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  2. Pininterest, ay? I'm afraid. I'm very afraid. I've heard it's way fun and super addicting. I'll be interested to see hear your thoughts on it!

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  3. Katie, not even kidding...I believe we were commenting on each other's posts at the same time with the same words "I'm afraid...very afraid." What is wrong w/ us? ;)

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  4. I totally agree with Katie!! I've avoided Pinterest at all costs because...well, I don't have time for it. I don't think I'd look at all the craft stuff as much, since I'm not super crafty (I really want to be...the gift just isn't there!), but I love new recipes...yikes.

    I've missed you! Hope all is well.

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  5. I stopped by and "Liked" your facebook writing page. I love using Pinterest to keep photos of my characters and settings. It's great inspiration - as long as I can keep myself from procrastinating on it.

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  6. Sending you a hug today, friend.
    You've been in my thoughts and I've turned those thoughts to prayers.
    I've found my way to Pinterest -- find it relaxing -- but I really watch how much time I spend there. I've got fictional characters to wreak havoc on!

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  7. I'm on pinterest, but I haven't really pinned much. I guess it's not as appealing as I thought it would be. Or maybe I'm afraid of getting addicted! :)

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  8. Yay! It's a smorgasboard of Wendy! I like Pinterest, but my free time is dedicated to UsWeekly and Lisa Rinna's book Rinnavation right now. :)

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  9. My sister just told me about Pineterest. I need to go check it out and I love that version of Over the Rainbow.

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  10. Haven't joined Pinterest yet. Too worried it will be become a time-sucker. But using it for character photos or setting stuff might make it worth it.

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  11. I haven't joined Pinterest yet. I'm taking it one thing at a time.

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  12. I love crossing paths with you. (And that is said in a completely non-stalkerish way. Promise.) :)

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  13. Hi folks,
    I'm right in the heart of birthdays around here. Thanks for swinging by today and I'll make sure to tell you more about my experience with Pinterest soon. As a visual person, I've been enjoying hopping on for a few seconds here and there.

    I'll be seeing you around the net. Guess we're all caught up in it, aren't we? Ba dum dum! ;)
    ~ Wendy

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  14. Yes to all of the above, except hanging on by one thin thread from Pinterest, even though friends and my DD are tempting me. Ug!

    Here's a laugh fer ya:

    A blonde has just gotten a new sports car. She cuts out in front of a semi, and almost causes it to drive over a cliff. The driver furiously motions for her to pull over, and she does. The driver gets out and draws a circle and tells her to stand in it. Then he gets out his knife and cuts up her leather seats. He turns around and sees she's smiling. So he goes to his truck, takes out a baseball bat, and starts busting her windows and beating her car. He looks back to see that she's laughing. He's really mad now, so he takes his knife and slices her tires. He turns around and she's laughing so hard, she's about to fall down. He demands, "What's so funny?" She says, "Every time you weren't looking, I stepped out of the circle!"

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  15. Ok, I don't know what Pinterest is either. But I'm learning! Watching and learning YOU!

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