I figured this would happen eventually. When I changed my phones last, the two factor authentication didn’t carry over, and it refused to input the codes or anything. (Bleh.) It used to be that you could confirm a login with a logged in device, and that’s what kept my accounts alive until now.
They’ve taken away the ability to login with a logged in device.
So, that’s it. I have access to facebook on one device… that can’t build ads or do anything of that nature. So, the ads were shut down. I can kinda-sorta post, but it’s unpleasant at best.
As such, I won’t be interacting much on Facebook anymore. If you want to come say hi, please swing by the blog. I’ll leave the connection with the blog up for as long as I feasibly can, but facebook is refusing to accept my passport (my fucking PASSPORT) as identification, and they’re refusing to inform me as to why. While chatting with me on my own fucking email address.
So, yeah. Sorry about that.
Here are ways you can keep in touch with me:
Discord is the best way to keep in touch, as I’m on it almost all the time. The server linked is with other fans/readers of my books, so you can always find like-minded folks to talk book shop.
I don’t bite too hard.
If you want first crack of news, I highly recommend that you join (as a free member) my Patreon. (The other Patreons will be going extinct in early 2024, as soon as Grave Affairs releases and I have fulfilled my promise to give members of the “per novel” Patreon those books. (I cannot change the price of the books, and with the books costing more to produce and are generally becoming longer, it’s fiscally not going to be an option to keep that Patreon. Sorry.)
So, yeah. Their system for verifying accounts is ridiculous, and well, if I can’t log in with my desktop, that’s all she wrote, folks.
In good news, Patreon is going well, read alongs are being consistent, and it’s a general hopping place, so if that’s your jam, hooray! If not, that’s also hooray!
As for Ream, I have four novels queued in, and the read along is chugging through the first book of the set. In six months, I expect a hefty chunk of the Witch & Wolf series will be on it.
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So, I guess out with the old and in with the new, and time to pivot and see what I’ll do next.
And well, if someone at Facebook sees that… is THIS enough proof it was me? Ooooooy.