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Facebook Resources for GalleyCat Readers

The GalleyCat Facebook page has become an important part of our community outreach. In the upper right-hand corner of our blog, we’ve added a new permanent link to our page on the world’s biggest social network.

If you want to share your new book with GalleyCat readers, you can do it at this Facebook link. If you want to Facebook your upcoming literary event on GalleyCat, follow this link for directions.

We’ve also collected a number of resources for writers, readers and publishing professionals on the social network. Check it out…

Facebook Resources for GalleyCat Readers

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Facebook Timeline Tips for Writers

How to Control Your Facebook Apps

When Is the Best Time To Post on Facebook?

20 Facebook Apps for Book Lovers

How To Add a Facebook Subscribe Button

Facebook Timeline for Pages Tips

What Publishers Need to Know About Facebook Open Graph

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