Best Tweets for Writers (week ending 7/2/10)

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Improve Your Writing Overnight With “The Rule of 24? – Guaranteed
@copyblogger

The 3-Format Future of Books
@jennifertribe

The Latest Trends in Query Letters and Sample Pages
@BubbleCow

Getting Published, Agents/Editors

Re-envisioning the role of agents – a thoughtful and powerful post from @jasonashlock
@RachelleGardner

Craft

& Technique

Why your characters shouldn’t have all that money, and how to take it away from them
@p2p_editor

How much do manuscript mistakes matter?
@elizabethscraig

Publishing

News & Trends

Literary Review: @MargaretAtwood response to the onset of digital book
era

@DianaBrydon)

Apps throwing light on best-selling books. Authors increasingly supplementing book releases with bonus material
@dbschlosser

Marketing,

Platform Building, Self-Promotion

“Writers: You’re screwed unless you put out your own stuff and you can market it.” by @MoriahJovan
@glecharles

Blogs

& Websites

Seven Powerful Ways To Find New Readers For Your Blog
@Bookgal

Marketing the “You Know What” Out of Your Blog
@elizabethscraig

The Pros and Cons of Four Major Blogging Platforms
@fuelyourwriting

Social Media

Literary agent @RachelleGardner has compiled a very useful list of literary agents on Twitter.
@MichaelHyatt

The Writing Life
& Fun Stuff

A look at wrenching changes in the music biz, with many lessons for book publishing and writers of all sorts
@twliterary

Others
Doing Best Tweets & Roundups

Nice roundup of this week’s tweets for writers
@4KidLit

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