Monday, May 31, 2010

Facebook Fan Page for Tom Kepler Writing/Wise Moon Books

On this blog I write about writing, share my writing and that of others, and discuss publishing. In addition, I also write about teaching, the school where I teach, and just about anything else I find interesting.

Thus I've started my Facebook Fan Page for my writing: a place to promote my writing and to gather lovers of language.

For those who have read my book of poetry, Bare Ruined Choirs, I have posted a discussion where you can ask questions about the poems and how they came to be written. I also have a fan page for the book but found the single focus too restrictive. However, the BRC fan page has under discussions articles from this blog about the book's genesis.

For those of you who are interested in the journey of my books The Stone Dragon and Love Ya Like a Sister, I will post information about seeking a literary agent and publisher.

For those of you who are curious about the publishing process, as the publisher of Wise Moon Books, I will share the joys and challenges of getting into print. (At this time, WMB is only a label for my books. Someday, though...)

Follow the links, become a fan (say you "like" the page), interact: comment and ask questions. Post interesting information on the wall. Maybe fan pages are the best of the social network for wordmeisters--focus with a thumbnail!

Of course, you can also follow this blog (via Email, Google Connect, or Networked Blogs). This blog is the engine that drives all my other sites. Here I make the ice cream, then serve in varied dishes.

Copyright 2010 by Thomas L. Kepler, all rights reserved


  1. Hey Tom!
    Hope you don't mind ... I "suggested" your FB fan page to a bunch of other Autho writers. So you may see some new names soon.

  2. No problem. Any suggestions also about topics of interest would be good to hear.

  3. Writer as Superman.
    Now there's a great image. Guess we all have that vision of inner greatness, though some struggle more than others to bring it out.

    Keep up the good work!