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Best Tweets for Writers (week ending 11/19/10)

Categories: Best of Twitter.

I watch Twitter, so you don’t have to. Visit each Sunday
for the week’s best Tweets. If I missed a great Tweet, leave it in the
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Getting Published, Agents/Editors

All writers who beg agents to give feedback with rejections, read this post from @BookendsJessica
@RachelleGardner

5 Writers Explain How They Got, Kept & Fired Agents
@Awl

Craft & Technique

6 Vital Signs of A Healthy Plot
@elizabethscraig

A look at ending our scenes
@elizabethscraig

How to maximize the premise of your story
@Writeitsideways

Is your novel’s hero half-baked? Take these character tests & find out
@GalleyCat

Definitive list of cliched dialogue
@elizabethscraig


Publishing

News & Trends

More smart comments from @jmcquivey on how and why e-books are forever changing book publishing
@twliterary

10 Lit Mags you should be reading from @flavorpill
@PoetryFound


Blogs & Websites

The blog-to-book model only works under special conditions. @benhuh explains why
@toc


Online Resources & Tools

Twitterific: links to this week’s top writing articles
@elizabethscraig


The Writing Life + Fun Stuff

The Economist on aspiring novelists
@Weegee



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One Response to Best Tweets for Writers (week ending 11/19/10)

  1. Lisa Angle says:

    Learn to flesh out your characters http://ow.ly/3f4oU
    @dolphingal805

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