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Hola a todos:

Sé que a todos nos han dicho que debemos usar los medios sociales para promocionarnos y para promocionar nuestros negocios, nuestros blogs, libros, cuadros, artesanía, lo que sea que hagamos. Y sé que cada uno de nosotros tiene sus preferencias, o sitios que entendemos mejor, que nos parecen más útiles o que no nos dan dolor de cabeza.

Tengo que confesar que para empezar me gustaba Twitter, cuando me conecté unos meses antes de publicar mi primer libro. Seguía a gente que me interesaba, leía sus Tweets, y era emocionante cuando alguien me seguía. Leí bastante sobre el tema, compartía citas, ideas, sugerencias, hacía retweets de cosas interesantes…

He conocido a gente fascinante a través de Twitter, especialmente escritores, y solemos compartir contenido y hacer RT. Luego empecé a tener problemas con hackers, suspensiones, y me cansé.

He probado variedad de cosas para intentar sacarle mejor a partido a Twitter. Sigo usando Hootsuite, que me permite ver varios categorías a la vez (nuevos seguidores, retweets y hashtags), pero aunque probé la versión pagada que permite cargar listas largas de Tweets, no la encontré lo suficientemente flexible ni variada, y aún requería cargar la lista cada día, y no siempre me era posible.

He intentado seguir automáticamente, pero uno se arriesga a seguir gente con contenidos que no nos interesan y que nos invadirán con mensajes directos (pornografía, por ejemplo), otras que son falsas o solo promocionan la venta de seguidores, y huevos (algunos huevos son gente genuina que no sabe o no se preocupa de subir una foto, pero muchas parecen ser falsas).

Y dejar de seguir a los que no te siguen. Yo suelo utilizar Tweepi de vez en cuando. No hay límite (de momento) al número de gente que puedes dejar de seguir.

Seguir a la gente que te sigue (si tienes muchos seguidores los nuevos seguidores se multiplican) lleva tiempo (si compruebas quiénes son y compartes contenido. Sospecho que tendré que volver a usar algún sistema automático porque el día no se alarga.) Y luego está el aspecto social. Interaccionar con gente y eso. Que es lo bonito y para lo que fue diseñado (se supone). Pero claro, no siempre le podemos dedicar la atención que querríamos. Sí, todo lleva tiempo.

Pero entonces, ¿qué pasa con lo de promocionarse y compartir contenido interesante que haga que otra gente te siga y extienda tu mensaje?

Ahí es donde Tweet Jukebox  podría resultar una opción útil.

 

Tweet Jukebox

Tweet Jukebox

Lo descubrí a través de un grupo donde compartimos Tweets al que pertenezco. Gracias Regina Puckett!

http://www.tweetjukebox.com/

Es una creación de Tim Fargo. La idea es que podéis tener varias cajas, que envían Tweets que habéis programado con antelación, y los envían al azar. Podéis ajustar los horarios para cada día de la semana, y los intervalos cuando cada caja envía los mensajes, e incluso cómo de a menudo queréis que se repitan los mensajes (si solo queréis que los mensajes de una caja salgan cada 2 o 3 días o si es algo que sea una oferta especial podéis ajustarlo también). Pero una vez los Tweets están en las cajas (y podéis subirlos usando un documento en txt o CVS aunque a mí no se me da nada bien, o los podéis añadir individualmente, con fotos y todo, e ir añadiendo luego), si ponéis la caja en marcha, los Tweets van saliendo cada día sin parar, o a los intervalos a los que los hayáis programado. Para que lo podáis probar viene con un par de cajas ya cargadas, una con citas y otra con fotos, y así podéis ver cómo funciona.

Podéis firmar usando Twitter, y si tenéis problemas os podéis poner en contacto y responden rápidamente.

Ah, sí, es GRATIS. Aún está en estadio beta y lo más probable es que creen una versión pagando, pero han insistido mucho en que eso no afectaría la versión gratuita.

También hay una serie de videos que explican cómo funciona y diversos aspectos. Comparto unos cuantos, pero si decidís probarlo, podéis verlos todos:

¿Qué es Tweet Jukebox?

¿Por qué usar Tweet Jukebox?

Mejore métodos a usar con Tweet Jukebox con Tim Fargo

Y ahora, tengo unas cuantas cajas en marcha (hay un límite, aunque cuando yo pregunté, ya que no me había dado cuenta, me dieron acceso a más), incluyendo una en la que comparto contenido de otros, libros, posts de blog, lo que sea que me parezca interesante. Y me gustaría añadir más Tweets a esta caja. ¿Quién sabe? Igual ayuda a alguien. Así que, si tenéis Tweets favoritos que os gustaría que añadiera a mi repertorio, por favor, dejadlos en los comentarios o enviádmelos. Y si otros quieren compartir también, ¿por qué no? ¡A compartir se ha dicho! 

Gracias a Regina por la sugerencia, a Tim Fargo for su creación, y gracias a todos por leer. Y ya sabéis, dadle a me gusta, compartid, ved los videos, haced CLIC,  y dejadme vuestros Tweets!

 

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Hi all:

I know we’ve all been told we should use social media to promote ourselves, our businesses, blogs, books, painting, whatever we do. And I know we all have our preferences, or sites that we understand better, or we find more useful, or that don’t give us a headache.

I must confess I quite liked Twitter to begin with, when I joined a few months before I published my first book. I would follow people I found interesting, read their Tweets, and be excited if somebody decided to follow me. I read about the subject, I tweeted quotations, ideas, suggestions, retweeted interesting things…

I’ve met many interesting people through Twitter, especially many authors, and we tend to share content and RT. Then I had problems with hackers, suspensions and got tired of it.

I’ve tried a variety of things to manage Twitter. I still use Hootsuite, as it allows me to see several streams at the same time, but although I tried the paid version that allows to upload big lists of Tweets, I didn’t find it flexible or varied enough, and it still required me to upload a new list every day, and that is not always possible.

I’ve tried automated follows, but that risks following porn sites, some of those fake sites that only promote sales of followers, and eggs (some eggs might be genuine people who don’t know or care about having a picture, but some, many, are fake accounts). Although when the followers start rolling in (when you have a certain number of followers it seems to work by inertia and people follow you no matter what) it’s difficult to keep up and I suspect I’ll have to go back to one of the automated systems soon.

Following people who follow you takes time (if you check who they are and share some of their content). And then there’s the social aspect of it. Interacting with people, etc., that’s the interesting bit, but some days we might not be able to dedicate it as long as we’d like. Yes, it all takes time.

Unfollow the unfollowers… I usually do a run with Tweepi every so often (you’re not limited in the numbers you can unfollow).

But then, what about advertising and sharing interesting content that will make other people follow and spread your message?

That’s where Tweet Jukebox might be of interest to you.

Tweet Jukebox

Tweet Jukebox

I discovered it through one of the author groups (actually, a Twitter group where we share our Tweets). Thanks Regina Puckett!

http://www.tweetjukebox.com/

This is Tim Fargo‘s baby. The idea is that you can have several boxes, that send Tweets you have pre-programmed before, and they send them out randomly. You can adjust the days of the week and the intervals for each one of these boxes. But once they are on (you can use CVS or txt only document to upload tweets, although I haven’t been very lucky with that, or you can insert individual Tweets, and pictures too), if you turn that box on, they keep going day in and day out. So you can try, there are a couple of boxes pre-set, one with quotations and one with pictures, that allow you to see how it works.

You can sign in just using Twitter,and if you have any problems, you can contact them and they kindly reply very quickly.

Ah, yes, it is FREE. It’s still in beta stage and the likelihood is that there will be a paid version, but he’s very insistent that it will not affect the free settings.

There are also a number of videos sharing the process and how it works. I share a few here, but if you decide to give it a go, you can watch them all:
What is Tweet Jukebox

Why use Tweet Jukebox?

Best Practices for Tweet Jukebox by Tim Fargo

And now, I have a few boxes going (oh, there is a limit to the number although I hadn’t realised, but when I queried that I was granted more boxes so…), including one where I’m sharing other people’s contents, books, blogposts, whatever I find interesting. So, I’m happy to add more Tweets to this box. Who knows? It might help! So, if you have any favourite Tweets you’d like me to add to my repertoire, please, do add them here in the comments or send them to me. And if other people want to share them too, why not? Let’s share!

Thanks to Regina for pointing it out, to Tim Fargo for the creation, and thanks to all of you for reading. And you know, like, share, watch, CLICK and leave your Tweets!

Ah! And if you’re reading this post on the 30th, Regina Puckett has a give away of one of her horror stories, FREE until the 30th, inclusive, so go get it!

Silent Baby Screams

Gwen doesn’t understand why her husband resents their newborn baby so much, but she never suspects that one day she’ll return home from work to discover their baby boy has simply vanished. What happens next is the stuff of nightmares.

Universal link – smarturl.it/SilentBaby

 

Hi all:

On Tuesdays I bring you…who knows? Whatever comes to my mind, novelties about what I’m doing, things that have happened, reflections, and sometimes I try to bring you something possibly  useful.

A little while back I share with you the video (sort of) that I created (with plenty of help from You Tube) for my new romance, I Love Your Cupcakes.  I’m not an image person at all, and I decided to try and keep it simple. Thankfully, through another post I discovered something called Canva. You’ve probably already heard about it, but just in case…

Canva offers you the option of using their templates to create all kinds of things, from covers for CDs, cards, invitations, Twitter, Pinterest or Facebook posts (so you don’t need to worry about the different sizes of images required), banners, blog posts…

A little bit of everything

Like this one I prepared earlier.

You can change colours, letter sizes and types, upload and use your own images, crop, use filters, etc. They have a fair amount of free resources and quite a large amount of paying ones (it’s $1 per image or paying template or element). Then whatever you make you can download as image or PDF. And it also saves it there.

And the best thing about it is that it offers you a variety of design tutorials where you can learn how to use the different features. And those are short and practical (it gives you 5 or 6 exercises to do that take only a few minutes and you have the option of watching a very brief video if you don’t know how to do it).

Having tried a few of the programmes for manipulating images and being quite clumsy with images, I find this one easy to move around. Do give it a go. I used it to create the slides that I put together in the video (that and images Lourdes Vidal, the designer and I had considered for the cover of the book).

And talking about images, I had promised you to share a few more of the images my friend Christelle took in Florence, as both her camera and her skills are much better than mine.

So here….

Fabulous ceiling

Fabulous ceiling

I had promised the gentlemen a Venus. This is Titian's

I had promised the gentlemen a Venus. This is Titian’s

Street sculpture installation near Ponte Vecchio

Street sculpture installation near Ponte Vecchio

This one I think is so good...

This one I think is so good…

Thanks to you all for reading, to Canva for being, to my friend Christelle for her pictures and…

Thanks Canva!

Thanks Canva!

Hi all:

Today, like most Fridays, I bring you a guest. My friend and fellow author, Yelle Hughes (one of the hardest working and most generous presences in social media, and an enthusiastic member of ASMSG, the group of authors I belong to) after toiling long and hard, has published her first novel, and I could not resist and managed to convince her to visit my blog, and be for once the protagonist and star. And she kindly brought us her mythological novel ‘Triton’, an excerpt and an image to illustrate it.

I’m not going to spoil the post by babbling on any more, so I’ll leave the wonderful Yelle!

Author Yelle Hughes

Author Yelle Hughes

Yelle Hughes, mum of three and now a proud grandparent, is an avid reader as well as author. She enjoys canoeing, studying the Greek myths, watching action and western movies, and is an unpaid movie critic. Her work is written from the heart and from the people who have passed through her life, just as the seasons pass each year.

Links

Website: http://yellehughes.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/YelleHughes

FB Fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/YelleHughes?ref=hl

Triton by Yelle Hughes

Triton by Yelle Hughes

What happens when your ancestor, who happens to be a pedophile, a rapist and a cold-blooded killer, tries to kill you? Even stuffs his daughter into a box and throws them into the sea?
Luckily for Ariadne Phillips, Triton, god of the sea, travels across the ocean to protect her. Reluctantly you might add.
Sent by his father to watch a silly mortal, Taz plans to ship her off to No Man’s Land, so he can go back home to max and relax.
When blues eyes meet hazel, it’s a done deal. Taz wants to keep the only mortal who can make him laugh and cry at the same time, while Ari gets a dream trip to Greece, to be a model and finally use her self-defense training to kick some butt.
Happily ever after can’t be reached without Taz discovering his mortal flaw. Gods can and do die. Ari can’t join the immortal ranks without fighting the crockety Fates for her soul.

Triton-Amazon: http://goo.gl/1qkYEq

Taz Ari and Stinray

Taz Ari and Stinray

Excerpt:
Ari pulled back to see they were in a different location and was thrilled to feel the warm water caressing her along with Taz’s arms wrapped around her.
Their hair floated around them as Taz began to twirl her around in the water, diving deep then rising close to the surface.
A giant manta ray swam past and he grabbed a wing to catch a ride. Sending him a command, the manta swam faster, swooping high and diving down.
The thrill of the ride along with her arousal intensified. The sadness from being in her house was placed on the back burner because she could only concentrate on the feeling of exhilaration of being on a natural roller coaster ride.
Upon hearing Taz tell Ari to hold on tight, the manta rose swiftly to break out of the water into the air then sliced perfectly back into the water with hardly a splash, even with two passengers on its back. Performing loops and double hoops and corkscrews had Ari shrieking with delight and terror. He did this several more times, Ari screaming underneath and above the water, holding on for dear life.
Taz made sure that she wouldn’t be able to let go by magically gluing her hands to the manta’s back. He already knew that she was a thrill seeker from her memory of the haunted house and figured this was just as good.
After a few more death defying dives, he instructed the manta to rise to the surface. He was so large they were able to sit on his back comfortably. He produced fruit, bread and cheese for them to snack on and gave her a version of what he and the gods drank…Ambrosia.
She smoothed her wet hair back as she sipped the delicious liquid. “Mmm, this is good. What is it?”
“Oh, just some homemade juice I drink back home.”

Setting the cup aside, she cocked her head at him. “Is this Ambrosia?”

Thanks to Yelle for visiting my blog and for her generosity and support, thanks to you for reading, and if you’ve enjoyed it, like, share, comment, and of course, CLICK!

Hi all:

As you know I had promised revisiting some of my old posts over Christmas. I was going to repost some classics so you could enjoy a free read over Christmas, but then I thought maybe you’d fancy a seasonable read, and brand new too.

 

A World of Joy, Christmas stories by Grey Mouse Publications

A World of Joy, Christmas stories by Grey Mouse Publications

You might remember I belong and follow a number of authors’ groups. One of them ASMSG (Authors’ Social Media Suppport Group) has been publishing a number of anthologies of stories by their members, including a general mixed-genre short-stories one, a romance one, poetry, science-fiction, horror… and the latest one, ‘A World of Joy’, and anthology of Christmas short stories. My story ‘Christmas On-Call’ is there (yes, it is not your standard Christmas story, you’ve guessed right) and those of many other talented writers. The anthology (and all the others published by the group) are free, so go and get them!

This is the link in Smashwords for ‘A World of Joy’:

http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/383338

This is the webpage for ASMSG:

http://asmsg.weebly.com/

And here you can find all the FREE anthologies by the group:

http://asmsg.weebly.com/grey-mouse-books.html

Thanks for reading and if you’ve enjoyed it I hope you like, share, comment, and especially CLICK! And Merry Christmas!

A Norwegian Christmas, 1846 painting by Adolph...

A Norwegian Christmas, 1846 painting by Adolph Tidemand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Hello all:

If you remember a while back I talked about Magda Olchawska and how she was one of the first people to offer me advice and support in this task of not so much writing, but trying to promote your own books. Magda writes, is a very talented filmmaker and offers professional advice on how to promote your books (including creating book trailers. She did a wonderful job with the trailer for ‘The Man Who Never Was’), how to turn your book into a script, and many other things. She’s very generous with her advice and tips and after only a few months I consider her a good friend.  Did I forget to say? I met her through Twitter. Yes, another one of my Twitter treasure finds.

As I’ve said we’ve kept in touch and Magda has kindly agreed to be a guest in my blog. She has replied to some questions for us and at the end of the post I’ll include some links and also the link to the trailer for ‘The Man Who Never Was’ she created for me.

Here I leave you in the very capable and kind hands of Magda!

magda[1]

When did you first start writing?

I started writing when I was pretty young. I read a lot of poetry so, naturally, I started writing poetry. However seeing no success in my writing or rather not believing in myself too much I gave up writing for few years before I came back to it full time.

What inspired you to write?

The film scripts I write are usually based on my observation of daily life with a pinch of my imagination.

 

The children books I write are mostly based on my son’s stories and my experience & observation of his behaviour and life.

 

The novel I’ve just started to write is based to some extent on my experience, with rather huge dose of my imagination.

Have you always been intrigued or wanted to write a particular genre?

No, not really.  When it comes to writing scripts I write various genres.

 

When it comes to books I write for children and just recently extended my writing to more grown up writing.

 

What I definitely don’t want to write & won’t write is horror, or zombie or vampire stuff.

How did you come up with the idea for your newest/current project?

“Untitled Novel for Women Only” has been on my mind for some time. However, I couldn’t get the form just right. So it took me quite a bit of time to figure out what would be the best format for the novel. After I had the right format in my head I started writing. To write one novel post it takes me up to a week. I’m planning to post novel posts once a week.

Every week it’s going to be a continuation of the previous post. However, if readers decide to read just one post they will still be able to find their ground in the novel.

Do you write as a full time occupation? If no, do you think your everyday job provides you inspiration for writing or is it a necessary evil?

I’m a full time film director and writer. I also run social media management business so these three related occupations keep me both, busy & inspired.

If you could meet any writer (or writers) in the history of literature (dead or alive) who would you choose? And why?

Oh, dear it’s a difficult one. I guess at the moment I would love to meet Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

 

I just love “The Little Prince” and it reminds me so much of my childhood.

What do you think about social media? Do you use it mostly as a promotional tool or is it an integral part of your life?

Social media has become a big part of my everyday life. I work with social media on daily basis to promote both my clients’ work as well as mine. I think social media are time consuming but at the same time give artist the freedom and opportunity we have never had before.

 

If the social media are used in a coherent & wise manner I don’t see the reason why they wouldn’t work to the artist’s advantage.

Any tips for people thinking about writing/publishing?

Just keep writing and re-writing. Don’t give up and don’t waste time on people who try to put your down.

Tell me a new thing you have discovered recently that you think should be shared.

Working hard 4 hours a day is fantastic & very productive .

Tell me an old thing you’ve rediscovered that you think shouldn’t be forgotten.

 

Importance of family in one’s life as well as taking time off and relaxing makes life not only more pleasurable but also more productive.

Magda is so right…Here are her links:

This one takes you to ‘Untitle Novel for Women Only’ that as Magda explains she’ll be posting every week:

http://magdaolchawskablog.wordpress.com/

This is her webpage where you can find more information about her, her projects and her consultation services:

http://magdaolchawska.com

This link is to her page about her children’s books (where she also shares her thoughts and posts):

http://mikolayandjulia.com

Check this link for her online media management:

http://originalmediamanagement.com/

I hope you enjoyed reading about my friend Magda and I leave you also a link to the video she created for my novel ‘The Man Who Never Was’

http://www.youtube.com/embed/qvUitFG2D20

PROMOCIÓN CONJUNTA CON MARY MEDDLEMORE
Prometí que iba a escribir sobre la maravillosa promoción que hemos organizado. HEMOS, las dos, Mary Meddlemore y yo. “¿Y quién es Mary Meddlemore? me preguntaréis. Una pregunta excelente Mary es un personaje. Y una escritora…O algo así.
Mary también va a escribir en su blog sobre la promoción y el proceso de organizarlo y todo eso. Bueno, no sé exactamente qué es lo que va a escribir ya que las dos lo vamos a publicar el mismo día y no he visto su comentario. Pero si vais a su blog seguro que os lo explica mucho mejor.
Aquí está su página:
http://marymeddlemore1.wordpress.com/

¿Cuál es la historia? Mary y yo nos conocimos a través de un grupo de escritores. ASMSG (Authors Social Media Support Group). Yo estaba en Twitter enviando mensajes de todo tipo, pero también dedicándome a enviar mucho RTs de otros escritores y el fundador del grupo (R. Grey Hoover, un gran hombre) me contactó y eso…era miembro del grupo. Tenemos una variedad de lugares donde nos comunicamos y compartimos información, uno es Facebook, donde los escritores hablan sobre su trabajo, artículos interesantes o información que han encontrado…ya sabéis. (Por cierto, ésta es la página web del grupo: http://asmsg.weebly.com/index.html ) Mary y yo empezamos a enviarnos mensajes y conectamos estupendamente. Como si nos conociéramos de toda la vida. Sí, vivimos lejos la una de la otra, en zonas horarias y hemisferios diferentes, climas distintos (suerte la de ella), y nunca nos hemos visto de verdad (sólo nuestros avatares o las fotos en los medios sociales) pero todo eso no importa nada. Compartimos las alegrías, las frustraciones, los malentendidos, las esperanzas, las aspiraciones, el cotilleo, los ánimos y desánimos, y disfrutamos la compañía. Y si nada más resulta de esto de la escritura y de publicar, conocer a Mary y a mucha de la otra gente fantástica a la que me he encontrado por el camino sería justificación suficiente. (Pondría una bonita música sentimental de fondo, pero la verdad es que con lo que me costó hacer un audio-post, ni lo intento).
Hablando de escribir descubrimos que habíamos publicado en Amazon por las mismas fechas (en Octubre del 2012… ¡Parece que haga años ya!) y por tanto las oportunidades de usar los días de promoción gratuita se nos estaban acabando. Y ¡ala! ¡Idea! ¿Por qué no combinar las dos promociones? Sí, nuestra escritura es bastante diferente, pero eso lo haría más interesante. Mary estaba completando su nueva colección de historias cortas The Seventh Sheep (El Séptimo Cordero, que es fabulosa, ¡pero comprobadlo vosotros mismos! ¡Descargadla! ¡Es gratis del 10 al 14 de Enero!) y quería dar todos sus libros gratis. Es un alma muy generosa. Yo para empezar quería dar mi novela ‘The Man Who Never Was’ pero entonces pensé…que también daría la versión en castellano (El hombre que nunca existió)…Y…bueno, porque no llegar a la media docena, así que añadí una de mis historias de la serie ‘Escaping Psychitary’.
Y entonces empezamos la tarea, con muchos intercambios de opiniones y Mary organizó la página de blog/de web para la promoción. Por supuesto que podéis ir directamente a los libros y descargarlos, pero es más fácil tenerlos todos juntitos Si seguís el enlace aquí abajo podéis ir a los libros y descargarlos (y si no estáis con Amazon.com está el número ASIN e instrucciones). Y no sólo eso. Incluso si no tenéis un lector electrónico Mary también ha puesto el enlace para descargar el App para ordenadores de Amazon, así que siempre los podéis leer directamente en el ordenador de casa. (O en el teléfono).
http://freestuffolgamary.wordpress.com/
Y Mary siguió escribiendo y editando, y yo seguí investigando como anunciar la promoción y enviándole información a Mary (que antes me había enviado información a mí. Somos como exploradoras en un planeta extra terrestre intentando aprender el lenguaje y las leyes de esto del marketing de los libros) y empecé a darle la lata a la gente y a promocionar en páginas de web…y por supuesto aquí…
Ahora, el momento ya está casi aquí. Del 10 al 14 de Enero Mary y yo vamos a dar gratis 6 libros. Ciencia ficción, historias cortas, romance paranormal, sagas familiares, humor, magia, absurdo, lágrimas, risas… ¿Por qué? Porque amamos las historias, y sin historias no somos nada.
O como escribe Mary en su introducción a The Seventh Sheep:
“Las historias no se pueden limitar. Se las puede etiquetar y organizarlas en categorías, pero los lectores las leerán y harán de ellas lo que quieran y así debe ser.
Las historias tienen alas. Vuelan adonde quieren ir.
Las historias son el alma de la humanidad. No importa si una historia es “intelectual/literaria” o pura diversión, si es para niños o adultos, etc, todas las historias contienen los mismos elementos: personajes, lugares, acciones (o falta de acción), consecuencias de acciones o de la falta de actuar, momentos de una historia y una trama, etc.
Leas por placer o leas para estudiar y analizar una historia, los elementos de la historia invadirán tu ser, porque tu vida también es una historia. Las historias meramente imitan la existencia humana, porque siendo humanos, autores humanos no pueden pensar nada que esté fuera de sus capacidades “humanas”.
Inteligencia extra-terrestre será elegante, complicada, consistente internamente y completamente aliena. Carl Sagan en Cosmos.
Las historias nos traen experiencias extra, porque cuando lees, “conoces” a miles de “personajes”. No hay forma de poder “conocer” a tanta gente “real” íntimamente. Por tanto, leer automáticamente ensancha tu perspectiva.
Las historias también te pueden traer ayudar a conocerte mejor a ti mismo, si te reconoces a ti o a otros en las circunstancias de la historia.
Descubrir cosas de ti mismo que no conocías ofrece la posibilidad de cambiar, si quieres o te hace falta
Cada historia se experimenta y se interpreta de forma distinta por cada lector individual y así debe ser porque todos y cada uno de nosotros somos únicos.
Los dones que nos ofrecen las historias son inmensos.
Lectores, aquí están nuestras historias. ¡Por favor, ayúdennos a compartirlas con otros!
¡Y gracias por leer!

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