I Want You In My Face

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I hope this doesn’t seem too obnoxiously self-serving, but, if you haven’t yet, it would mean a great deal to me if you’d join/”Like” my Facebook page. People hitting the “Like” button on the top of that page is genuine encouragement to me.

Thanks! Bye! Next post from me will be … well, actually, I might bang something out from Comic-Con tomorrow; I will be bringing my camera, after all. But after that I want to get back to what I started with Your Inner Loser.

Thanks again, friends. (And enemies, even!)

Dear angry evangelical Christians
LGBT ruling = Attack of the Crazy Christians = Quiet time
Not even the might and will of the Christian church
"UNFAIR: Christians and the LGBT Question" now on 4th of July sale. Because freedom. And fairness.
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  • Jeannie

    You are at Comic Con?! I am so jealous! I have wanted to attend that thing forever. Have fun.

  • textjunkie

    Hey John, have fun at Comic Con! But why do you care re: “liking” at Facebook? I ask ’cause I don’t get it… I’m not somebody who goes clicking on “liking” stuff on FB and you’ve already got more then 3,000 people who “like” you… does it make it easier to tout your next book because you have >N potential readers (in which case, if it’ll help, I’ll go ahead)?

  • http://allegro63.wordpress.com/ sdgalloway

    The liking thing?? It is done.

  • Brian

    I’d like you on Facebook, but I’ve abandoned Facebook for Google +.

  • Diana A.

    I think it actually does make it easier for John to tout his next book because it shows that he has a “platform.” I could be wrong. At any rate, it can’t hurt to show oneself as one more fan. Plus, he says interesting/cute/funny stuff on Facebook too–pithy little thoughts that do not a blog post make.


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