Twitter: I quit you.

I have finally done what I’ve thought about doing for over a year. I deleted my twitter account. After a protracted battle with myself about whether Twitter was really worth being a part of due to the opportunities it provides to speak with editors/agents/other writers, I just decided I can’t do it. While I’ve made some good connections there, it is more often than not, a time suck that just keeps me from doing things that are actually meaningful, like writing, critiquing, working on my craft.

I finally decided I need to write for myself and eliminate the distractions Twitter provides.

It would say it’s a sad day, but it’s actually really liberating.

I will likely be able to review more stories because of this as well.

 

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