A lovely surprise

I got a very nice surprise today, a friend from Goodreads, Alexis Wills, sent me an email with a present attached; she had been creating some graphics for a book she has been writing and decided during a break to do a few for me, the intention was to encourage me to join the Book of Faces, a place that fills me with dread.

I haven’t yet taken the dive, Facebook requires a level of social skills that I simply don’t possess, just the thought of it kicks of my anxiety and sends me shuffling towards a panic attack, but I am very grateful for the graphics.

What do you guys think?

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I think they’re brilliant, and much better than anything I could produce, but if you want to see something really good, I suggest you take a look at her site and see the cover she created for her upcoming release, if I could produce covers like that I could save myself a fortune.

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    1. Of course I should have, I believe in giving credit where it’s due. It was very nice of you to do the graphics for me, and they are really good, it wouldn’t be very nice of me if I just ignored that. The best way I can say thanks is to get you a bit of a attention for your endeavours.

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      1. Introvert here, Alex. E-attention gets us all flustered lol. I’m really glad you liked them. And I’m not giving up on converting you into a Facebook user just yet.

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  1. I’m just the same, very introverted, I hide from the world as much as I can. If the internet didn’t exist I don’t imagine I’d talk to more than 2 or 3 people a week, including shop assistants.

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