Learning New Stuff

To be perfectly honest, I don't really like to learn how to do new things. In this day and age, you are constantly challenged to learn something new.

If you get a phone, you have to figure out how it works. I have a Blackberry right now because my iPhone quit working right and I loved the Blackberry I had before that one. To tell you the truth, I'm not thrilled. Sometimes it works right and sometimes it doesn't--probably because I don't really know how to use it. Want to know something ironic? I don't really know how to use the phone all that well. I use it mostly to read my emails and Facebook when I'm away from home. I also love the GPS feature. We have a Magellan and I like them both--yes, we usually have them both going at once when we're on a trip.

When it comes to promoting books, there's always some new gimmick to learn. I love blogging, but it took me a while to figure out how the whole thing worked. I probably could do more with blogger, but I really don't want to find out anything new. (Besides, I know stuff some of my writing friends haven't figure out yet. And on the flip side, some of writing friends know a lot more than I do.)

I haven't mastered Good Reads at all. I know I should, but I hardly have time to do everything I need to do as it is.

One thing that is a plus, I suppose, is all this stuff keep my mind functioning. I'd just like a little more time left for the actual writing.



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