🖋️ We all know life as a writer, and an indie one at that, is more than busy enough without having to worry about social media presence. Added to this, I only recently had my third child and thus been busier than ever. So, I decided to try out Buffer! I have been using it for a while now, scheduling my social media posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and I really do like it!
🖋️ Pros: – It saves me time by only having to sit down once in a while to schedule posts (for a couple of weeks at a time), instead of making individual ones every day. – It has made my posting much more regular, and I don’t have to think about it on busy days. – Features an easy to use app for the phone since it’s the device I use the most for my social media.
🖋️ Cons: – Despite being one of the cheaper options, it does need a subscription. There is a free version, but it only allows for 10 scheduled posts at a time so not nearly enough if you run accounts on more than one platform. – You can’t schedule posts with more than one picture for Instagram. So if I want more than one picture I need to post manually.
🖋️ So all in all, I really do like Buffer and scheduling posts. As the old saying goes: time is money. And this saves me time, even if it does cost money. So for now, I will continue to use it at least throughout the summer and see how I feel by the end
My latest publication, the short story prequel Righteous Dawn, part of The Prime Series, has just been released! It is currently available on Amazon, using the following link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08761PLQV
An undying classic which deserved a thorough read. I am happy I gave it some undivided attention, as I found myself loving it just as much as I did the film adaptation as it first came out, and NOT TO FORGET, the mini-series with Colin Firth, because… Hello! Mr Darcy!! Who doesn’t like the strangely aloof, handsome man who ends up being nothing like what you thought?
“In vain have I struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.”
This book has everything to satisfy my need for romance, and with a slow-building love that creeps up on Elizabeth and Mr Darcy as they begin to see each other in a different light. One needs to overcome their pride as the other realises their prejudice. It is a heartfelt read, cheerful, funny, and most certainly worth the read!