Facebook seems to be the current social network where everyone flocks. However, I have always preferred Myspace, but sadly, few of my friends even log in there anymore. One reason I loved Myspace was because you could design your page and send comment graphics to friends. It was also a LOT easier to add people than Facebook.
I don't know how many times I've been threatened on Facebook to have my "add as a friend" temporarily suspended simply for trying to send a request to another author. Myspace never had that problem. I guess the big reason I did finally go to Facebook was due to all the spyware and trojan attempts on my computer via ads on Myspace. Luckily, I have great anti-spyware and those were blocked. To update my peeps on Myspace I've connected it to Twitter, so they can receive my Tweets.
On Myspace, I have over 8200 "friends." On Facebook, you have to "beg" people to "Like" your page. Since I don't beg, I have only 29 "Likes." I just can't seem to break that 29 barrier. However, staying 29 is GREAT if you keep telling people that's your age. As an author's fan page, it's quite embarrassing to say the least.
So, while I won't beg for "Likes," I will erm, *cough cough* hint that Predators of Darkness Fan Page needs a few clicks. And should you happen to be on Goodreads, Hilley's Profile is my page.
I know you can't hear it, but Morton is chuckling (actually ROFL is what he carved in my desk). He says that if he sets up a Facebook page, he'll rule.
Siiigh. What a cat. =)