I must admit, it is very humbling having someone who is not a friend, or relative add you to Twitter and then even reach out and ask you a question. I can imagine it is the same feeling a new teacher must have, in their first few weeks of teaching. They remember back to when they were in school and were asking their teachers their own questions. Only a few weeks ago, I was that student asking other people I followed on Twitter questions about all sorts of topics.
Anyway, as I have continued to stress in this blog, my Fantasy Sports writing side project was not meant to highjack the content of this space. But what it does keeps showing me, is that with hard work and a little discipline, that social media can be a great way of getting yourself out there. To promote whatever it is you want to do. Myself, I want to be a writer. One day I want to see Cloud 10 in print on the shelves in bookstores and available everywhere books are sold online. And while I am still miles away from becoming a novelist, I can take pride in the satisfaction that there are people out there, who are enjoying reading my work. And you know what? That is pretty satisfying.
I look forward to the time when I start finding an audience on this platform and I have the same interaction as I do with my new band of Twitter followers.