A social media consultant finds more than she bargained for in the age of new media and explains her love-hate relationship with twitter in the aftermath of a failed relationship.
This is very much a work in progress, inspired by recent events. The names of course will be changed for liability purposes (not necessarily to protect the innocent) but for the most part, the story will mirror real life (again). Those who know me and the other person involved in what I hope will be a simultaneously funny, touching, sad and hopeful drama (possibly an ongoing serial, I haven’t yet decided) will recognize the living, breathing inspirations for the two main characters. That’s fine with me. Perhaps being a secret for so long should have been a wake-up call.
Consider it a cautionary tale for the 21st century, fraught with real human emotion, lots of drama and plenty of baggage (mainly on the part of the male protagonist I’ve dubbed Zigmund) behind the loving tweets, IMs, emails and text messages (yes, I have them all, plus photos). I’ve got a strong feeling way too many people will be able to relate — which means I definitely must write it!
Be careful who you trust in the twitterverse.