Posted on 01/31/2022 at 10:31 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Many of us, introverts and extroverts alike, cringe at the thought of putting ourselves fully out there for public scrutiny.
And as an author, you might not feel like you have much of a choice.
That's not so, says Tessa Barbosa, an author and self-described private person.
Certainly you'll need to share some of yourself with the world, if you want to actually sell copies of your book.
But you don't owe the world all of yourself — boundaries are a perfectly healthy decision for us all.
Read her advice on how an introvert can have a public online presence at Writer Unboxed.
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