All right, My Darlings, I need your help…which is why I’m sharing this Question of the Week with you. :may11
I need to know how much reach my “Fans of Heidi Betts” Facebook Page is having. So if you’re a “Fan”—& I hope you are…or if you’re not, that you soon will be :may2 —can you share your experiences with me by answering a few of these questions?
#1 — How often do my posts show up in your feed?
I’ve been posting to my “Fans” page at about 10:00am, 1:00pm, 4:00pm, & 7:00pm (EST) every day. The 10:00am & 4:00pm posts are usually the same, alerting you to whatever is going on here in The Dungeon. The 1:00pm & 7:00pm posts are usually a joke or cartoon, maybe our “Word of the Week” or “Question of the Week.”
Are you seeing all of these posts? Or are you only seeing one or two of them randomly?
Am I driving you crazy with duplicate posts that act as reminders in case you didn’t see the earlier announcement? Or are you not seeing the majority of posts, so it doesn’t matter how often I post almost the same thing?
And should I continue to post multiple things multiple times a day, or would a single daily post be enough?
#2 — What would you like to see on my “Fans of Heidi Betts” Page?
Do you appreciate the reminders of what’s going on here in The Dungeon?
Do you enjoy the “Word of the Week” & “Question of the Week” posts?
Do you like the jokes & funnies & cartoons? And if you do, which kind are your favorite…random jokes? stuff that leans a little to the naughty side? reader funnies/observations? other?
When I’ve got a new book coming out, I try to make sure you know all about it by posting the cover, blurb, trivia, excerpts, etc. But between books…& I’m in the middle of a long stretch of no new releases right now :may33 …would you like to hear more about my writing? If so, what would you like to hear about?
I’m not great at talking about my everyday writing process because I fear giving away too much about the story, but if that’s what you’d like to see, I’ll surely try. And you can help me by telling me what sort of stuff you’d like to see on my “Fans of Heidi Betts” Page. Or even what other authors are doing that you enjoy & would like to see me do, as well.
So tell me what you like, what you don’t like, & what you think would not only increase my Facebook traffic, but help you to enjoy my page even more! :may3
I can’t believe July is nearly over already, but you know what the end of the month means! :may2
Time to vote in a brand new Hunk of the Month for August! :may18
So which of these hotties do you want to see in our sidebar for the next 30 days?
(Would you care to sit? (on me))
(Hike! (up your skirt))
I’m nearly finished with the final novella in the At the Duke’s Wedding anthology. (My favorite of the entire collection was Caroline Linden’s “When I Met My Duchess.” I really wanted more of that story or a sequel or something. :may21 )
So it’s time to decide what to read next, & I’ve got three books on my immediate To Be Read pile to choose from. The problem is, it’s too hard to choose! :may17
Option #1 — Making an encore appearance from the last time I couldn’t decide what to read next, Bared to You by Sylvia Day is still hovering there, tempting me. :may18
Option #2 — Then there’s Kay Hooper’s The First Prophet. This one has been calling to me for quite a while & I always enjoy a good Kay Hooper romantic suspense. :may4
Option #3 — Fired Up by Jayne Ann Krentz. Another one that’s been staring at me for much too long. And again, I always love a hot & sexy JAK. :may26
Of course, this is the first of a series & I’m not sure how soon I’ll be able to get to the rest of the series, so…do I really want to jump into that? But then, I’m not a stickler for reading a series all in a row & sometimes not even in order unless it’s really, really necessary. (Like with Laurell K. Hamilton’s “Anita Blake” or “Meredith Gentry” series.)
It’s a nail-biting proposition. If only I could read all three of them at once! :may34
But until I acquire that particular super power, how about you guys chime in with which book you think I should read next.