Previously, you had to add a link to the comments section and Facebook would pull in a thumbnail image.
With this new development, you can upload an image directly — which will be hosted by Facebook — and it will appear larger than those images posted as links.
Here’s a few ways to use Facebook photo comments to engage readers and promote your book:
* Ask your readers to post pics from your last reading, lecture, signing, etc.
* Ask readers to submit photo ideas for your next book cover.
* Ask readers for random images that will spark your creativity for a writing session (faces, places, etc.)
* Ask readers to send pictures of themselves to include in a collage for an image on your website.
How else can you see this new Facebook feature being used by authors? Let us know in the comments section below.