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Jumping Through Social Media Hoops (and why I'd rather not)

In which I discuss my panic about perpetual posting.

"I know there are apps that are designed to help combat the scourge of online procrastination. But there’s something that feels productive about attempting to make that perfect reel, and about commiserating or celebrating with other authors on long Twitter chains: spinning on the wheel of content creation, of positioning that latte just right in the frame to show a snippet of an effortlessly cool day spent in the creation of – what, exactly? Fewer words, surely, than we might have accomplished without creating a performance of productivity."

Check out the full article at Women Writers, Women's Books!

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