Hello,

I am not sure if anyone have a forum like this one on here. But rather than "liking" each others Facebook page or following each other tweets, why not tweet and/or post each others book on our Facebook wall. 

For example you post the link to your book from Amazon. Then everyone will click the tweet button to tweet the book on there Twitter account. And/or click the Facebook button under the book to post it to their wall. 

It will be a great way to spread the word about each others books :)

Here is my book The Unsacred Gift

http://www.amazon.com/Unsacred-Young-Adult-Paranormal-ebook/dp/B004...

Just click the tweet button and/or the Facebook button. 

Let me know what you think? :)

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I just saw a post on this in a group where they have tribes on Twitter for this. I just tried to join...not sure what will happen. 

Hey there. How'd it go? :)

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