Fanmail 21st Century Style

This morning, I woke up and stumbled out into the wintery cold feeling *slightly* hungover after some red wine indulgence last night. I opened up my twitter and a smile plastered onto my face when I read a tweet sent by someone who’d just finished Together Apart and stayed up until 5:30am to finish it. I honestly can’t even tell you how happy I was. I’ve had three in total now and each one spurs me on.

Back in the day, if you wanted to let someone know you liked their book, music, artwork etc, you’d have to do it the old fashioned way with a pen and paper. You’d mail it off to a PO box somewhere and, if you were lucky, you’d get a response weeks later. IF you were lucky.

These days, that’s all changed. Now we have Facebook, twitter, instagram and so much more to show our appreciation for something that rocks our world and all I can say is: thank you techy Gods. It’s such a nice feeling to get a message from someone who’s appreciated your hard work, especially when you’re feeling a bit bleh (ok, it was self-induced but still).

So – thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who’s left a review, tweeted and/or Facebooked me to share their thoughts. It means a lot.


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