My current posting on facebook:
which the first person joins. Don’t call me, please. I prefer e-mails, I even answer them. I’m deaf and tongue-tied on the phone, as many marketers will vouch. Re the envisioned weekly group, tentatively known as the confidential Women’s Poetry Support Group:
Membership initially limited from 2 to 12 females by birth or choice. Time one hour with freedom always to go longer. Revolving leadership after group has solidified. Members will either bring a poem they have currently or formerly authored which either expresses or elicits feelings. Ideally members would provide readable copies of their poem so members can read and listen at the same time. Group will begin with each member stating how they are feeling at the moment, and the immediate antecedents. Goal is growth rather than fixing, like the spirit of the former women’s consciousness raising groups. Rudeness, aggression, hostility, put-downs or non-acceptance will be greeted with the banging of metal on metal (spoons battering pans).
Nan, it looks like you have your telephone number displayed on your facebook page? You said people shouldn’t phone but rather email. There are many spammers trawling social media sites looking for phone numbers and other personal details of users. To protect yourself, take it off. I’m surprised you haven’t been phoned before. Take off your email too. People can connect on facebook and once you know you can trust people you can give out details. Don’t supply your home address on facebook or anywhere else AT ALL!!
Take care Nan.
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I would never put my phone number on the internet! Facebook is currently unpredictable–maybe someone stepped on their algorithm! As for the other recommendations, thanks–I’ll scratch it and stay off Facebook until I understand their new policy! Hope I can erse it.
Oh, maybe you don’t mean the post but another place. I’ll explore. Thanks.
I don’t know which one (where) my facebook page is? How do I get to it and know I’m there? I haven’t seen it yet.
Nan, in your post you invited people to join a group. You said you put it on facebook and that people should not phone you but must rather email. I understood that you supplied your phone number and email on the particular posting on facebook.
Sounds like the perfect writing group. Wish I lived there again. Best of luck to Nan and her soon to be formed cohort.
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