Best Tweets for Writers (week ending 4/15/11)

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 comments.

Getting Published + Agents/Editors

Excellent advice!–>Top Five Mistakes Writers Make at Conferences, by @RoniLoren

In the Future, Everyone Will Have a Chance. (But Not All Chances Will Be Created Equal)

Craft + Technique

Crafting compelling characters: ambition + secret + contradiction + vulnerability

Third-person objective POV – deliberate distance with interesting results

How to respect your beta readers’ time and get the most helpful feedback

10 Good Grammar Resources > Great list

Publishing News + Trends

The Great Debate: Will Publishers Be Relevant to the Future?

How Book Publishing Has Changed Since 1984, by Peter Osnos / The Atlantic

Social Media

How Twitter keeps @susanorlean connected to readers between projects

Ten Top Twitter Follows for Writers

GREAT LIST of writing hashtags for TWITTER. Stay on top of your industry, network & find tips …

Self-Publishing + E-Publishing

Follow Up Interview With Jane Friedman About The E-Publishing Process

Conversion Journey: My Word-to-e-book workflow by Chris O’Byrne

Does Your Ebook Need Its Own ISBN?

5 Tips On Setting E-Books Prices

BookBaby introduces new cover design service for self-published authors; starts at $99

Can a “Normal” Author Make a Living E-publishing?

Writing Life + Fun

The Most Valuable Resource to Build Your Career: Motivation

Publishing isn’t dead. Smart publishing, well, that’s a different story.


Stephen King on the Creative Process, the State of Fiction, and More: “I don’t think you can force it.”


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2 thoughts on “Best Tweets for Writers (week ending 4/15/11)

  1. George T. Maxwell

    Hi Jane,
    Great content. As a new writer I find that the way you consolidate and distribute valuable and topical information through different channels is excellent. It’s my one stop shop.

    I do have a question and wasn’t sure where to post it so here it is.

    When preparing to send out information on twitter, facebook or blog, how do you arrange and organize the content that you are looking to distribute?

    I have launched my facebook, twitter and blog accounts prior to my soft eBook launch and am constantly maintaining a list in a word doc of the things I will say in the future. I am starting to find this challenging as different channels require different content.

    Is there a preferred method to organize the madness? Especially in amongst travel and events?



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