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Life update #2

This isn’t like the first update- I just wanted to say a few things without making a separate post about each of them.

  • In terms of reading updates, I have finished Seamus Heaney’s ‘North’, Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘The World’s Wife’ and ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, and am currently half way through ‘Through the Looking-Glass.’ I will put on a review/post of thoughts about the two poetry collections in a few days, and then the two Lewis Carroll together as another post. I haven’t forgotten!
  • Tomorrow (20th September) is my GRADUATION, so we’re back down south for the day. I will post on this once it’s over to try and give you an insight into what one of these at Oxford is like.
  • In terms of my writing- I haven’t really posted on here anything about this yet, but I will say now that the book of poetry I am currently writing is only 2 poems off being completed in first draft form. Also, I have got several ideas for further poetry collections centred around several different themes, as well as a few ideas for novels/short stories that I hope to flesh out a little.
  • Again, please ‘like’ the Electric Puppet Facebook page. I haven’t set up a Twitter page yet, simply because I have absolutely no idea how Twitter works, but aim to within the next week. So far, I only have 4 likes! Please help this to increase and share profusely to get everyone you know to like it and to follow this blog too! I do appreciate every follower for deciding to follow me, and just wish I could reach more people. It’s not as though I have anything terribly important to say, but it is just nice to think that I am a part of some wider online community, and I like sharing my ideas and thoughts with you.
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The move to social media: ElectricPuppet on Twitter?

I’ve realised that this blog doesn’t seem to be growing in quite the exponential manner that I had first envisaged. After a month online, ElectricPuppet has gained 18 followers, and as of two days ago, has had 100 views. I’m guessing that this is because this blog is either too boring, or no-one can actually find it due to my lack of internet presence. As a result, I’ve been wondering whether to set up a Twitter page, and possibly a Facebook one too, to try and get more followers. I do already have a F/bk page, but it is one that I share with my partner and which we use to communicate to our friends and post images of our children on, and so I don’t want to link this page to that. I may set one up though, and just hope that people like it and follow and comment and share and etc ad infinitum. I also notice that I’ve had NO SHARES so far! Please share articles and posts! Please! Please! And please like and comment and follow and share and comment and follow and like and…and now I’ll stop begging.

Anyhoo- I may set up a Twitter page, and possibly Facebook after that. Watch this space!

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