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Streamlining

I’m streamlining my online presence, folks! Summer officially begins (in this house) tomorrow afternoon, and between college, writing the sequel to REDD, and helping to produce Survivor: Claytor Lake (#SCL), my plate is pretty full. So I’ve decided to shutter some of my online accounts, including my YouTube page. Obviously, I’ll keep Twitter (until I hand it off to my kids in a couple of years), but pretty much everything else is up in the air at this point.

Long story short: my endgame is to hand everything over to my kids at some point, as they love technology and I pretty much despise it. My daughter has expressed interest in writing and if that continues, I can see a time when I show her what she needs to know, hand her the rights to all of my previous work, and let her have at it.

I’ll continue to write because that’s what I love to do, but the rest of it just isn’t for me. All of the social media, marketing, etc. – I can live without that side of the business.

 

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2 thoughts on “Streamlining”

  1. While I understand your reasoning, I just closed down my Faecesbook account myself. I’d advise you to keep the YouTube account, at least if you have a few subscribers. You don’t really have to add new content all the time, just don’t close it down. It might help your daughter in the future if she wants to take over the rights of your books and perhaps make her own #Gunship series (or something completely different).
    By the way. If/when she gets a script done, you know where to send it for editing 😉

    1. Yea, my videos are staying but she’s taking it over and re-branding it to make slime…or so I’m told. HA! Oh, trust me, she knows you are the man to email with editing.

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