I have realized what a hard sale social media can be, and that's no pun intended. Between making sure you post on your blog, your fan page, and twitter, it can drive you crazy when there's little or no response. It can make you feel as though it's all for not.
And even though the feelings you're having are a normal reaction, it's best to step back and really look at the full picture. Although you seem to get no comments, it could just be that people are busy, or just look at your stats at people that did go to your page. They might have read it, but just didn't answer.
I think a lot of people are shy, too. They don't like to make comments in case they say something they deem as stupid. We are a world of low self-esteemers. And it doesn't help if you're a writer, you already are fighting with thinking you aren't liked and your book(s) aren't either.
This is when you need to take a deep breath in and blow it out slowly. Then count your blessings. Sit back and think: Who are your fans? Who has supported you though your writing endeavors? I think you'll find there are people out there that are appreciative of you and your work.
Life's to short to get caught up in whether or not you get a lot of comments on your blog or fan page. As people get to know you, you will start seeing more and more comments. Just relax and keep doing what you're doing.
It will all work out in the end with the longer you do it and the more your name gets noticed.
The most important thing is to keep writing and put out great books! It's not just about how many books you write, it's about the quality if you want to gain popularity. And remember, your blog is not about your books, it's about you!
So do it right, and keep on doing it. It will be worth it!
Until next week, keep your chin up and enjoy the weekend, you deserve it!