How many of you are on LinkedIn? If you're not, you might want to check it out. If you are, keep reading -- they have a new add-on. LinkedIn used to be known as the place to go to put up your resume and to connect with other professionals in your industry.
It still is that place, but bit by bit, it is moving to encompass more ways to interact. For example, I noticed this week that you can now list your publications. They have a form you fill out for each one. You fill in the title, publisher, date of publication, author(s), and a brief description of the publication.
I updated my page on LinkedIn to include my latest book, Angel Sometimes; the short story anthology I contributed to, The Corner Café; and my three nonfiction books in TSTC Publishing's TechCareers series: Automotive Technology, Avionics and Computer Gaming.
I like this change to LinkedIn. I'd like it even more if I could figure out how to move Publications to the top of the page. If you figure that out, let me know.
The blog tour for the short story anthology, The Corner Café, continues. You'll find today's post on Kathy Wheeler's blog.
P.S. Come back tomorrow. I'll have an announcement about my fiction book, Angel Sometimes.
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