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

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Getting Published, Agents/Editors

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& Technique

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News & Trends

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


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


Platform Building, Self-Promotion

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


& Websites

Seven Powerful Ways To Find New Readers For Your Blog

Marketing the “You Know What” Out of Your Blog

The Pros and Cons of Four Major Blogging Platforms

Social Media

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

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

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