Friday, April 15, 2011
Friday Round-Up - #152
Laurel Garver, at Laurel's Leaves, wonders what it would be like to time travel.
I wonder if you can ride a bike through a wormhole? Maybe our friend, Stephen, can answer that one. I digress. Who would you like to visit in the past or future?
Ah, from bikes to bleachers! Diane Estrella, at That's What I'm Here For, tells us why you will need a fan page on Facebook.
Do you have a fan page on Facebook? Please share some tips on set-up and what to include.
Have a splendiferous weekend!
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Hi Susan .. I would like to time travel back .. not forwards - so I could understand why some things happened .. once I've gone - then I'd like to see why things will happen!!
Re a Fan Page .. no I haven't -yet one day I'll get there ..
You too have a good weekend .. and I hope you get some advice re Fan Pages etc .. Cheers Hilary
I don't - but I'm thinking of getting one soon.
I'm on the fence about a fan page. I just don't know. Not sure I'll ever want one. We shall see...
Going through a wormhole sounds like fun, but I don't believe I'd like to time travel. I think I'd feel quite lost.
I am not ready for a Facebook fan page. The Facebook page I have is enough for me now.
Hi Hilary -
Do you really think traveling back in time would give you those answers? I guess if you talked to people and discussed their viewpoints it might be enlightening. I haven't thought about it in that way.
Have a great weekend!
Hi Katie -
It would probably be a good idea since your book is coming out next year. :)
Hi Wendy -
From what I can see, the biggest advantage is you don't have any limits on the number of fans. The regular area only allows 5,000 friends.
Hi Nancy -
I'm pretty much rooted in the present, but I do like Bible prophecy. I'd only want to time travel backward if I could zap myself to the present at will.
Thanks for the link! One of the best parts of the premise of the show I mentioned in my post is that you can always retire to the comfort of the time machine.
Have a great weekend!
I'd like to time travel to the future and meet my great-great grandchildren. I've always wondered if I would leave some sort of legacy that will follow many generations and maybe then I could find out if I do!
Hi Joel -
Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Hi Lynn -
Oh, I love your idea!
There's a Steve Green song called, "Find Us Faithful," that talks about future generations building upon our legacy. You could probably locate it on Youtube.
Great links, Susan. I don't have a fan page on FB. I think that until I at least have an agent, I'll stick with my regular page. But I'll check out Diane's post, just in case.
Forgive me for not stopping by in such a long time, and thank you so much for continued visits and support at Book Dreaming. It means a lot. :-)
No fan page-- I doubt I will ever get one:)
Hi Shannon -
You're welcome. Whenever a children's writer needs a resource, you're one of my sources.
Hi Terri -
Well, Terri, I'm sure you'll change your mind when your regular Facebook page can't handle the crowds. :)
Thanks for the link up. I've been away and haven't made it around too much. Hugs and have a great week! :O)
Hi Diane -
I hope you enjoyed your trip. We're going to have fun in Philly this year. Some of our blogging buddies will be there. :)
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