Social Media

I’m no longer on Facebook nor Twitter. These are two cesspits of censorship, bias and propaganda as far as I am concerned. When we are censored and not allowed to hold different opinions, then its time to object, protest and demonstrate. Free speech and differing opinions are not only our birthright, they are the things that help us evolve, learn and become better people.

If you are one who likes to cancel people who hold alternative viewpoints or supports a narrative then sorry…. I want you to unfollow me. It is people like this who will in the end allow and cause our demise.

I am on Tumblr. If you want to follow me there please do. I am also on youtube though this venue is risking losing me too. Please do subscribe for additional content.

4 thoughts on “Social Media

  1. I quit Twitter in June 2020. The insanity had gotten to be too much. I closed my Facebook account at the same time. I have an account now, which I use to access Marketplace. I have no friends. I’ve been posting notice of my blogs but if not for Marketplace to connect with other plant sellers and similar items, I’d delete that, too.

    I’ve heard of Tumblr, but I don’t have an account there. How do you judge it? Is it useful for promoting your books?

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  2. I wish I could dump these, too, but I need them to get out information on my books and connect with my readers. We need another social media site that is not ‘cesspits of censorship, bias and propaganda.’


  3. I couldn’t agree more. I cast FB away over a year ago and Twitter is next since I’m constantly shadowbanned there. Free speech is all but forgotten now, online and in real life.


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