Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Marketing & Writing Tweets from December 10, 2012

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Amazon Reader Reviews: 12 Things Everybody and His Grandmother Needs to Know http://ow.ly/fWZnk
  2. The Difference Between Paranormal Romance And Urban Fantasy: http://t.co/iOI0C7AU @woodwardkaren via @elizabethscraig
  3. How a Book Gets Made http://ow.ly/fXdTA Video. Pretty cool!
  4. Free Sites to Promote Your eBook http://ow.ly/fXe83
  5. Structuring Your Story’s Scenes, Pt. 1: Mastering the Two Different Types of Scene http://ow.ly/fXepa
  6. The Mighty Pen – The Benefits of Writing Longhand http://ow.ly/fXesJ
  7. How to Effectively Manage your Brand on Twitter http://ow.ly/fXevP
  8. 11 Ways Writers Can Turn a To-Do List Into a To-Done List http://ow.ly/fXeAn
  9. Plot Fixer # 9 Plots That Rely On Coincidence and Contrivance http://ow.ly/fXeFe
  10. Notes from Tabor Lane: Writing & Marketing Tweets from December 9 ow.ly/fXHmy
  11. When It Absolutely, Positively Isn’t Ready http://ow.ly/fYNw9 via WriterUnboxed @elizabethscraig Do you need deadlines? I do!
  12. Cutting the Fat from Your WIP by Gina Conroy http://ow.ly/fYOj2 via @GinaConroy
  13. 7 Ways Twitter is a Writer’s Endless Holiday Party http://ow.ly/fYO0f Be a connector. Great advice! via WriterUnboxed
  14. Eight Ways To Track Twitter Trends http://ow.ly/fYOCY via AllTwitter. Very interesting!
  15. Han Solo, Scarlett O’Hara, and Your Characters: What Makes Them Compelling? http://ow.ly/fYPbR by @joebunting
  16. Top 10 Tasks to Get Your Blog Ready for Prime Time by Joel Friedlander http://ow.ly/fYPPr
  17. Are Book Trailers Dead? by Laura Drake http://ow.ly/fYQua Great suggestions with links 
I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by. 

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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