Monday, 18 April 2011

A Note About Facebook

I've had a few Facebook friend requests recently from people I don't know and I can only guess that they're coming from here. I don't want to seem rude so this is to let you know that Facebook is my real life place and I limit it to colleagues and friends. That does include online friends (hence the link from here) but these are people that I know enough that I'd invite them round for dinner if they were in the neighbourhood.

So if we've been chatting a bit or exchanging loads of comments, don't be scared to add but otherwise please, please don't be offended if I don't accept. It's not that exciting over there, just loads of auto feeds and the occasional update that will not mean much to most people.

If you'd like to follow me outside the blog, Twitter is the place! Also my Goodreads and Flickr are completely public if you're on either.


  1. Don't I just hate when people do that!? I even ignore it when people send me friend requests on Goodreads without ANY message attached - this is just plain rude!!

  2. I totally understand where you are coming from, I hate when you get people adding you that you *know* yet they never comment or say hello its just to either add up friend numbers or spy what you are writing.

    I have had twitter adds and its all about books over there now too so I don't mind but I like you wouldn't be adding randoms to my fb. And for the record it isn't rude its just common sense


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