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Alyson Schroll is now on Facebook

     If you like to keep up with my writing tips and rambles about life, I've now made it easier.

     I now have an Alyson Schroll Facebook page! You can find it here:

    This is primarily for me to link my blog posts, but I will also be trying to link cool links or quotes I find. So, like my page, and you'll be able to see my latest blog posts.

    Also, I am on Pinterest. I post some of my blog posts on their as well as some pins use for inspiration for my writing projects. Find me on Pinterest here:

    Phew, now that the promotional stuff is done, I want to say how awesome it is to have eyes that take the time to read my posts. I write regardless of who reads my work, but it is such rewarding feeling to know that there are some that actually care about my words.

   For my blogger friends out there, do you guys have a Facebook or Pinterest page that helps readers know about your writing?

    ~ Alyson Schroll



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