I tell my writer friends that Red Room is a supportive environment (and I have lots of examples from my own life and work), and that the site lets me go into depth in ways that I can't do on Facebook or Twitter. I would not have signed on for those if I hadn't first had a good experience with Red Room.
How can we encourage more people to look at the authors' websites?
I'd be interested also in attracting more viewers to the video on my public profile page, the book trailer for "Packing Light," that became a small work of art in its own right.
Have any of you put videos on YouTube? I understand the downside, that one loses artistic control. But a good piece of flimmaking deserves viewers. I'd be grateful to know your views. Thanks in advance for your wisdom!
Causes Marilyn Kallet Supports
Southern Poverty Law Center, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, ACLU, Amnesty International, Save Darfur.