For over a year, I watched as fellow authors launched Rafflecopter giveaways on their blogs and Facebook pages. I even participated in several of those giveaways and was pleasantly surprised by the increase in FB likes and Twitter followers. Friends encouraged me to launch my own Rafflecopter, but I hesitated and produced a litany of excuses, among them:
I don’t have a new book to launch.
I’m too busy with edits.
It looks a lot of work and follow-up on my part.
I’ll let the blog tour company deal with all of that.
To be truthful, I just didn’t want to deal with one more new thing in my life. Content to drift, I had the reverse of the Shiny Object Syndrome.
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Joanne – this totally resonates with me. All the same excuses – the biggest being – I just can’t learn another new tech skill right now! Good to know I’m not alone.
Hi Mahrie, It’s so easy to drift and stay in our comfortable bubbles. Occasionally (more often in my case), we need to shake up the status quo. Thanks for dropping by. 🙂