OMG....Whenever I take a ten minute break from writing, I hop on PINTEREST! Then my ten minutes turns into TWENTY! Pinterest is addicting. . .but in a fun way!
I use it for each book, kind of like a book bible.
A book bible is a document my editors put together for my series where all the characters in the series are listed, their features, occupations, town stores, everything you would need to know about the series. Book bibles are great because I don't have to go searching for the names of places when I'm writing the next novel in the series.
Pinterest has become a visual book bible for me. I love pinning pictures of people who remind me of my characters and visuals of my small towns. I have found Pinterest has fed my muse and inspired me to dive deeper into descriptions.
It's also a great way to connect with readers! I just started a board where my readers can pin a picture of them with my book straight to the board. It's so much fun! AND a great way to connect! PLUS, I love getting my morning coffee memes from there too!
Have you used their new message feature? FUN! I have gotten several messages from reader with fun witchy pins and coffee pins! LOVE that!!!
How do you use Pinterest? Do you have any pictures of you with one of my novels? Let me know and I'll add you to the board!
Come on over and Follow me on PINTEREST!
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