Social Media – Where Will You Find Me Hanging Out? #MFRWauthor

It’s week 15 of the #MFRWauthor blog challenge and this week’s topic is all about my social media hangouts. Now why do I feel like this is going to be a super-dull blog post?

Umm, because I have no life!

Lessee – I hang out on Facebook. I tweet on Twitter. That’s about it… I haven’t gotten onto Instagram, Snapchat, or Pinterest yet, mostly because there is so much to do and so little time.

Seriously, between my full time job, helping my elderly father, being a wife, and writing my books – my plate is not only full, it’s downright overflowing. I don’t have much time for social media, especially when I know I’ll get sidetracked by it. I hardly every update my personal Facebook status and I barely know what my friends are up to any more (sorry, peeps).

So, that bring me to the question – which social media hangout is your favorite and why? Let me know in the comments below. Then, check back next week when you’ll get to read about my biggest dream in life (it’s sure to be more interesting than this post (I hope), lol). Thanks for stopping by!

This is a blog hop. Visit some of the other authors to see which types of social media they use.

7 thoughts on “Social Media – Where Will You Find Me Hanging Out? #MFRWauthor

  1. Meka James says:

    If I could go back I’d set up a totally separate profile for my author name. As it stands I have the author page on FB attached to my personal, but it’s very limiting. Makes it harder to interact with people and build my brand on there.

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    • RobinMichaela says:

      Yes, I agree, FB is difficult when you want to have a separation between personal and author names. Plus, I have people who like my personal profile, but don’t follow the author page. You’d think FB would make that automatic!


    • RobinMichaela says:

      It can be rough – I have my moments (such as right now, when I am replying and commenting to these posts so late. My dad was in the hospital over the weekend (heart problems and he’s 98 years old). He’s my first priority!


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