Don’t have a Facebook Page yet? Reconsider…

whenwomenwakenDon’t have a Facebook Page? Reconsider…

  1. Most important, it enables anyone who wants a connection with you, to easily click, without personally bothering (interrupting, daring to request friendship of…) you.
  2. It shows up in Google searches (and Bing and Yahoo searches), as the FB pages are public.
  3. It is what was intended by Facebook, for people with public identities and hence ideal for writers.

(How do you set up a Facebook Page? Click theΒ Create a Page link at the bottom on a page on Facebook.)

Do you have a Facebook Page for yourself as an author or for your book? Please post the link to your pages below, so others can find you and support your work.

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  1. Ruth says:

    I’m one of ten writers featured in the anthology My Baby Shot Me Down, published this month by Blinding Books.

    As I am unofficial web monkey for Blinding Books then I have two Facebook pages, one for the publishing company:

    and the other for my poetry:
    (a joint project with writer Rachael Smart)

  2. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity to share:


  4. Laurie says:

    Am going to “LOVE” your Facebook page. Will you look at my blog? Thanks, have a great weekend!

  5. I am writer of short stories – my debut collection, “Catching the Barramundi”, was published in November 2012 and was longlisted for the Edge Hill Short Story Award.

    My Facebook page is

    I tend to blether on about my kids, the piles of ignored ironing, and how I can’t get through a day without tea or chocolate.

  6. Kate Wilson says:

    Hi there, I’m a writer who reviews books with some films and perspective pieces.

  7. My Facebook page is – I cross post libks to my blogs, poems, srticles and publications.

  8. Clara says:

    A women’s empowerment coach and author, my Facebook page is

  9. I’m an author, editor, ghostwriter, and poet. Though I mostly write nonfiction, such as my short e-book “Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do It Yourself Guide,” I also am in the process of writing two novels. My Facebook page is

  10. I’m at I post about books, art, culture, things that matter to me or make me laugh. And, of course, about my own books, poetry, essays and other work. I’d love to connect with you there.

  11. Hi everyone.

    I write non-fiction. I’m currently working on two books. One to do with health and social care and another about natural beauty.

    Here’s my Facebook page

  12. I write about bereavement issues, marriage, and creating a new life at my website ( I also lead bereavement groups for women who’ve lost partners or spouses. My first book will be published this fall by Larson Publications: ‘Leaning into Love: A Spiritual Journey through Grief’. I have a professional and personal FB page. Professional page is I’m off to like you page. Glad I found you on Twitter. Thanks.

  13. I write dark historical fiction based on real people and events. My novel ‘The Black Hours’ is about Matthew Hopkins, the Witchfinder general. I’m also a freelance writer and editor. My Facebook page is:


  14. This is a great idea, but it may take some time to go through this entire page of links… My apologies if I haven’t gotten to all of you right away!

    This is my facebook page:



  15. Emily Benet says:

    Hello! I’m an author and blogger. I’m working on two romcoms at the moment for Harper Impulse. My facebook page feels more intimate than twitter and more interactive than a blog!

    My facebook page is

  16. Writer of children’s stories (Unpublished)

  17. Elaine says:

    My friend, Sherri Coner – every woman who reads her books always come back for more. Great storyteller.

    Her Facebook fan page is

    They are kind of wild there…it’s fun!

  18. Carol Morgan says:

    Here’s my FB page:
    I write political op-eds for various papers across Texas.
    I also write historical fiction.

  19. Ryann says:

    This is so helpful! Here’s my Facebook page:

    Now to go through the comment section and “like” every other author’s Facebook page. πŸ™‚

  20. Celia says:

    Hi all – I’m a childrens author in the UK and my facebook page is I also have a brand new shiny website at Thank you for the chance to post!

  21. Heather says:

    Come check out my Facebook page.

  22. ebony gordon says:

    my Facebook page for my book and related subjects:

  23. Ruby Pearl Nathan says:

    This is so brilliant! A special thanks to #WomenWriters…for this amazing platform and coordination.

    I’ve ‘Liked’ all the FBs listed above my entry here. Request a FB ‘Like’ on my page too:

  24. Julie Marah says:

    Thank you for this opportunity.

    I’m a Wife Coach and I help women to stay married without losing their sanity!

    I blog about this and related topics.
    Here is the link to my Facebook page:

  25. Paula Knight says:

    Thanks for asking! I’m writing and drawing a graphic memoir, due out in 2015. Here is my page:

  26. Tina Myers says:

    I love that I had to scroll and scroll and scroll. Creativity abounds!
    My author page on Facebook can be found at

    Keep this brilliance going. We are all pebbles in the tsunami!

  27. Hello All! Excellent idea – I’m excited to take a look at everyone’s FB pages and connect πŸ™‚

    Please check out

  28. vineetha mokkil says:

    Here’s the page on my forthcoming short story collection A Happy Place and Other Stories (Harper Collins, March 2014). Thanks!

  29. P.H, Bare says:

    Thanks for this opportunity. I’m slowly learning my way around social media.

    This is my fb page!

  30. Thanks for this opportunity to share! I am the author of 9 inspirational books – 8 novels and 1 devotional.
    Along with sharing updates on my books, I post motivational quotes several times a week.

    My two Facebook pages are:

    I’d be honored to have you follow or like one of the pages. Thanks in advance! Stacy


    I write about my experiences with depression, sobriety faith, motherhood and feminism. Poetry and essays.

  32. I use FB more often than Twitter, and love it! I’m always looking to connect with others!

  33. Leanne Hunt says:

    I am a South African women’s fiction writer and heartily thank you for the opportunity to share my Facebook author page! It is

  34. Louise says:

    What a great idea! I’m at

    I’ll be checking out the list above me too x

  35. Nina Loard says:

    Some great books and authors represented and I’m thrilled to be a part of any list they may be on! Look forward to following on both Twitter and Facebook. Cheers!

  36. Wendy Strain says:

    I’m always happy to connect with other writers and am currently seeking authors who wish to be featured guest judges on my blog contest #5MinuteFiction. You can find me on Facebook at or on Twitter @WendyStrain.

  37. Love what you are doing. Here’s the link to my author page on Facebook:

  38. The Facebook page for my writing partner and I is

    The Facebook page for our characters, Val & Kit, is

    Like both if you like πŸ™‚

  39. Thanks for a sweet opportunity! I author a blog called est. 1975: a blog for the ladies of Generation X.

    Here is the link to my FB page:

    Come talk to me. Read the funny.

  40. thanks for the opportunity! My facebook page is
    I write contemporary and rather clean romance and I also help other indie authors promote their works through my blog. I’m a bookworm,love Ireland and Christmas. I think that says it all about me πŸ™‚
    Look forward to connecting with more bookworms like me! πŸ˜‰
    Happy Christmas everyone

  41. Great idea! My debut novel, THE ART OF BEING REBEKKAH came out December 9th! My author FB page is

  42. Hi! My literary thriller, North of Boston, is coming out Jan 23 from Pamela Dorman Books/Viking.

    Join me at

    Happy new year to all!

  43. Great! My facebook page for my blog about my personal journey of life and travel is:


  44. CH Little says:

    Hello, My name is CH Little and I write crime and pyschological thrillers. My Facebook page is:

    Thanks for this!

    Best wishes
    CH Little

  45. Bree Guildford says:

    I don’t actually have anything published yet, but do have works well on the way to being ready to (self) publish πŸ™‚

  46. My Facbook page is at – at this moment, eight shy of 500 likes! If any of you swing by and enjoy the place, canI get eight more likes by Christmas…? πŸ™‚

  47. Lindy Moone says:

    Thanks for this! I’ll be checking out the facebook pages of every single person above and in the follow up comments.

    As Lindy Moone, I write In(s)ane Mysteries, among other things.
    Here’s me:

  48. Vicki Murphy says:

  49. MJones says:

  50. Hi there. I write fantasy, historical, and romance fiction, along with short fiction reviews and how-to pieces on writing technique.


  51. Bouncin Barb says:

    My blog FB page is called This And That (As I Bounce Thru Life)

  52. Hello everyone, I’m a Nigerian writer based in the UK. I’ve got a published novel and I also write short stories and flash fiction.

    My facebook page is

    Thank you!

  53. Eileen says:

    I just have to say -all you women writers are awesome,
    beautiful, inspiring!!!! Eileen.

  54. I have a Facebook page to publicly highlight and share my writing. Currently I write a blog for a local newspaper and that is mainly the writing I share through this Facebook page, but I plan to share short stories and poetry on there soon. Thanks for giving us a chance to get some exposure!

  55. I write short stories, poetry, and novels. My facebook page is:

  56. Claudia Ramirez says:

    I write short stories for children and poems both in Spanish and English.

    Thank you so much for doing this.

  57. Hi there. I write nonfiction articles and books, particularly for and about health care professionals.

    Here is my facebook page:

    my web site is

    my twitter name is drheidilynn

  58. Facebook page for my recently published book Diary of a Would-Be-Protagonist (I just had a succesful FB launch party)is at

  59. This is my Facebook Author page. I post links to interviews of authors, guest excerpts from authors, things that I find interesting and the occasional promo for my books.

    This is my Facebook page, which is generally a flood of cute kitty pics, sarcastic ecards, joyous outburst when I’ve cleared a level of Candy Crush (especially if I’ve been on a level for MONTHS), and the occasional rant.

  60. Hi there! Lovely to be here with you all.

    My debut novel is called THE INTERN, which will be published by HarperCollins Australia in Feb 2014. Come say hello, I love chatting with other writers on my FB page:

    Look forward to connecting!

    – Gabrielle Tozer

  61. I’m the author of two published novel (soon to be three). My facebook page is:

  62. Donna Latvis says:

    My facebook page is
    I have two published books. “Defend Gods Word” and “Gifts From God”.
    I am working on two more.

  63. Appreciate the opportunity! I write historical romance. Gave your page a thumbs up, too!

  64. Thanks for the invitation. I write short stories and poetry. You’ll find the links on my page on Facebook – . Happy reading! My recent work has been published in a collection titled After the Rain – launched in Lahore, Pakistan last year.

  65. Hi – my facebook page is and I’m writing young adult fiction

  66. I’ve got a page set up especially for my series of books. Hell To Pay is set in Glasgow and is about Nancy Kerr who comes home to find her parents murdered. She’s attacked and left for dead. Fourteen months later, she wakes up in a hospital determined to get revenge on the men who ruined her life. The second book in the Die Hard For Girls series where women always get justice, is called Throwaways, and will be out next year.
    All my books feature strong women and are traditionally published.
    You can find my page at
    All likes will be reciprocated. Thanks in advance.
    I also tweet as @jenthom72 and @diehardforgirls

  67. Shanan says:

    My Facebook page for The Procrastiwriter is:

    Lots of cool, non-blog stuff on there!

  68. Nimah Nawwab says:

    Thanks for the invite. Here is the link to the page

  69. Right now I have one Facebook page and it is right here–>

    I would love to connect with you!
    My twitter is

  70. I have recently set up a Facebook page to accompany the novel ‘A Second Path’. The page shows photos of locations from the story, links to relevant websites and even the music which helped me write the book. My aim is to publicise the book and connect with readers.

  71. Thanks for this!

    My personal FB page is what I use for book publicity and to link to my blog essays and other writing:

    I also use my website as a directory and to flog my books:

    And then there’s my Amazon author page, accessible through my books’ Amazon sites.

    Susan O’Neill

    Don’t Mean Nothing
    Calling New Delhi for Free

  72. Gill James says:

    I write novels for children and young adults and shorter fiction for adults. I also teach Creative Writing at university level.

  73. Swarupa says:

    Hi, thanks so much for this opportunity.
    I’m the self-published author of three ebook series on Mexico and a romance fiction ebook.
    My Facebook Page is at

  74. I am a writer/author and publisher. I thank you for the opportunity to connect with other women writers. My information is as follows:

    Chrita Paulin
    Coal Under Pressure

  75. Lesley Lodge says:

    Hi thanks for the suggestion – my Facebook Author Page is (or appears to me to be):

  76. Hi there, as I’m very much on the starting blocks of writing, my facebook page is under construction as they say. So it’s there but there isn’t much to show on it as yet. Will it blossom? Or will it wilt and die? πŸ™‚

  77. Sandi Layne says:

    My Facebook Author Page is here:

    Thank you for the invitation to post! πŸ™‚

  78. This is my Facebook page, though it combines my writing (mainly on my blog but not exclusively) as well as observational and reflective writing on life and work in Myanmar/Burma following a cancer diagnosis. My blog is on

  79. – that’s my ‘author’ page. I had a ‘book’ page for my first book, but now that I’ve got a second coming out this year, I figure this is the one that makes sense to build.

  80. Sheana Ochoa says:

    Wouldn’t it be cool if everyone liked each other’s FB page here? I’ll start clicking and liking now. Here’s mine:

  81. Wonderful idea. I’m looking forward to visiting all your pages this weekend – love these opportunities to connect!

    My FB author page is at:

  82. My facebook link is and the link for our book’s facebook page is
    I am also on Tumblr at
    Thank you so much for this invitation to share and connect! Peace!

  83. Debra Cine says:

    Hi, I’m Debra Cine and I’m an aspiring writer currently maintaining a WordPress, Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter under the title Debra Composed dedicated to my writing! If you’d like to check out my Facebook page you can find it at

    Thank you in advanced to anyone who decides to like and and check out my work πŸ™‚

  84. Thanks for the opportunity to network! I write primarily romance/erotica, but all crime fiction.



  85. Sayword B. Eller says:

    @prompting365 on Twitter

  86. Hallo there!

    Many thanks for this invitation πŸ™‚ I’m an Australian novelist and non-fiction writer. My Facebook page is and my website is


  87. My Facebook page is

    And my twitters is @Teresa_Morgan10

    Just recently been published with Harper Impulse – exciting times!

  88. Hello fabulous people. Please check out my sites below to learn about my writing, including my novel Precious little Secrets and my blog – WineKnows – Pour, Explore & More.

    Thanks. Michelle

  89. Wonderful sharing opportunity! Thanks.

    My facebook page is

  90. Laila says:

    You have all such beautiful fb pages – it’s definitely something to learn from, especially how to make the most of it.
    My fanpage is at
    And the page for a podcast I host with my friend:

  91. Renay says:

    Hi all,
    Thank you for the opportunity.

    I can be found on fb at

    Or at my own website.

  92. Rachael S Morgan says:

    Hi everyone
    I am an Australian writer of Romantic Comedy/Mystery and Women’s Fiction, represented by Trident Media Group in New York.
    My Facebook page is
    I can also be found at my blog, The Cat’s Meow…
    And on Twitter πŸ™‚
    Come say hi

  93. Sharanya says:

    I’m an India-based writer and am at
    I also tweet as @ranyamanivannan

  94. Hi. Thanks for the opportunity. Could you please add my FB writer’s page to your list. Thanks.

  95. Hello, and thanks for the oppportunity!

    My facebook fan page is quite new but please visit it at

    I can also be found at: and

  96. Amy Good says:

    Hi! Even though I have a website ( that includes everything about me, I do still enjoy maintaining my Facebook author page too! I get to share photos and videos there too and I like the personal interaction! And, of course, I get to read WWWB updates!! My Facebook page is

  97. Sue Guiney says:

    Thanks for doing this! My facebook author page is:

  98. Here is the link to my Facebook Writer Page.
    It is about writing, all things writing. That’s all folks! πŸ™‚

  99. td Whittle says:

    My co-author and I recently published a collection of photo-stories entitled 13 Ways: Illustrated Stories. We have created a FB page by that same name, and we are posting topics of interest about books and writers whose work we admire:

    Thanks for asking. I had not heard of your site before, but it somehow popped up on my Twitter feed. Probably a RT, and a good one at that. Cheers.

  100. Hello, my website is coming (not yet here beyond first page anyway).
    But my Facebook page is at
    Thank you.

  101. Robin Mahle says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to connect with other writers! I would certainly appreciate any likes and will, of course, return in kind!

  102. Jo Carroll says:

    Great idea – my Facebook writer page is:

    I look forward to connecting over there!

  103. Susanne says:

    I have a blog and I am on twitter.
    But I do not have a FB page, never had one. I do not like the way personal Information is handled there and unless this changes completely, I do not think I will join FB.

  104. Elisa Nuckle says:

    My Facebook Page is . I’m a fantasy and science fiction writer. This is a really awesome idea by the way. Thanks for the opportunity to connect with others. πŸ™‚

    Also Twitter: ; I chat here a lot too. πŸ˜€
    And website:

  105. My FB page is, where I share thoughts on the writing life, publishing, interviews with other writers, and news about my upcoming debut novel, Chasing the Sun.

  106. Ruth Attwood says:

    My blog covers everything dragons. Only just started and hoping to build up more followers soon!


  107. Aine Greaney says:

    My F.B. Page:

    Interesting article and really useful for writers.

  108. Emma Wright says:

    Great idea!! My page is I will get round to liking everyones page over the next day or so, hope the favour can be returned!! Thanks!! πŸ™‚

  109. My FB page is here:

    I’ve liked Women Writers’ FB page so it appears in my likes column. Would welcome one in return πŸ™‚

    • “The Moon wants to be Spotless White” is my debut children’s book. I have learnt a lot about the process of getting published in this last one year, and am still learning the ropes of promoting and marketing. For an introvert like me, the latter part seems like a never-ending task, though writing in itself is pure nirvana…My second book, also for children, is in the making and should be out next June.

  110. Paris Franz says:

    Here’s my FB page: I’ve recently published a travel collection called Treading Lightly and am currently working on a novel, so I’m hoping the page will be useful in connecting me to readers and writers!

  111. I have a Facebook Author page:

    I find it especially helpful in getting the word out about events, readings, and workshops. My third book of stories, MAGPIES, came out last fall, and in February was chosen as the Gold Medal winner in General Fiction in the Florida Book Awards, which has led to an intense schedule of events this spring.

  112. Hi, I’d love to have you checkout my author page. It has information about my memoir, Leaving the Hall Light On, and other writing information. I also love to post quotes.

    Please also visit my blog, Choices:

    and follow me on Twitter:!/madeline40

    I’m happy to have found this great site.

  113. roz morris says:

    Hello! I’m on Facebook and have already found the wonderful Anora! My writer page is and I’m also very happy to know your through my personal profile.

    As for me, I have a blog, a book of the same name on Amazon (just the Nail Your Novel bit) and a novel coming out on Tuesday which I am so excited about I’m probably going to jump and down and be very uncool. Here’s more about it –

    I’m off to acquaint myself with the rest of you on FB. See you there…

  114. Shelly Wutke says:

    Great idea!

    I started an online mag to showcase some of my writing, and did a Facebook page for it. πŸ™‚

  115. Hi all,

    I have liked ye all on Facebook!

    I blog about teaching, writing, computers, Ireland and lots of cool stuff.

    Here is my FACEBOOK fan page

    My blog is
    and my Twitter is

    Beir Bua

  116. Carole Chaput says:

    I’ve been writing all my life….my love and passion….but never been published…never tried. I’m working on a Masters in Media and communication with a focus on writing at Dallas Seminary. I LOVE being connected to other women writers on Twitter…SO inspiring!

    Here’s my Facebook page:

  117. What a great idea.

    I have five books out, two novels, two poetry and one children’s book.

  118. Thank you @Womenwriters for giving writers another way to connect. The writing community is so supportive. Here’s my Facebook page:
    Look forward to seeing the rest of you out there on the net! – Valerie

  119. Hi everyone,

    I write young adult fantasy/sci-fi, and would be grateful if you checked out my blog and liked my FB page. I would also love to connect through twitter.


    My blog:

    My FB page:!/pages/Shelby-and-Shauna-Kitt-and-the-Dimensional-Holes-PHC-Marchesi/112676675469258

  120. Amea Lake says:


    Jackson, NJ-January 12, 2011. Eight Women Writers (pen name AMEA LAKE) put aside their memoirs and wrote this mystery novel in round-robin style. The women chose the Jersey shore as a backdrop for their book; the murder mystery intrigue extends as far as Venezuela. The authors have met monthly over the last five years to accomplish this fete and published the first edition in November, 2010.

    This book was written to captivate and entertain mystery readers. This fictional story, which highlights Jersey shore coastal towns, as well as favorite restaurants and landmarks, has a real hometown feel and is a cozy read.

    The Eight Women Writers have a website and a facebook page. They have scheduled book signings, seminars and hope to book TV and Radio interviews as well. For further information about The Sandcastle Mysteries: Death and Deception at the Jersey Shore, please visit:

    You can also find Amea Lake on Facebook!

  121. Karen Toz says:

    My author page: Hope to see you there!

  122. Thank you! You can find the page for The Butterfly Cabinet at:

  123. Hi! Thank you so much for doing this! I write about vampires and all things paranormal. You can find my page at

  124. Hello, I am a writer of chick-lit, contemporary fiction, historical and crime. I have just followed you on twitter and here is my Facebook page:!/susanne.oleary

    Best wishes,
    Susanne O’Leary

  125. Thanks for the chance to let you see

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