Try Using Fun Ways To Expose Your Books and/or Website

  You know you can save images from Google Images or other places and edit them using Windows paint or other image editing program.  Windows is not the fanciest program but it can get the job done.  In this image, I removed all the wording in the black and yellow area and then filled both the black and yellow areas back in.  The paint can does that for you.  Then I selected white and typed what I wanted in the black areas.  After that, I selected Red and typed the reada Licious bar in the yellow area.  Put a little byline underneath and the link to the website I want people to visit and tadda.. a fun image to share on Twitter, Facebook and other places that will get people's attention.  Go ahead, create one of your own and share it as a comment for this discussion.  Ready... set.. go.. !!

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