If you follow someone is there a hub etiquette to exchange the favor?
Wondered if there is any expectations of reciprocity when you be-fan someone or send complimentary comments to hear back?
You follow who you want... I don't think it should be a courtesy thing. I feel if you truly like someone's work and want to keep up with their latest by all means follow. I would never want someone to follow me because I am following them its not a authentic outlook on how good your work really is. At the end of the day it about the craft and artistry of writing whatever your genre you choose to write about.
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