Damselfly shamed me into setting up my profile at goodreads. Help! I am very nearly friendless out there. LOL!
Damselfly took pity on me, and friended me. After browsing her friend list, I did discover one other author I knew, but that was it.
I could have made it easy on myself. Goodreads like many other social networks is capable of scanning your email address book to find your friends on their site.
But...you knew there had to be a but. By now you know how paranoid I am when it comes to online societies. I don't want any outside source poking its nose through my address book. It is vast and it is private. I don't want to risk either receiving or passing any viruses.
This leaves me with manually typing in names, but I found out by accident that if my real friend didn't post his profile with his name as I know it, it doesn't recognize him.
If you are on goodreads and would like to rub noses, you can find me as Maria Zannini.
Of all the online book networks out there, I like goodreads the best. It was the easiest to navigate and it didn't seem intrusive or cutesy.
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