Saturday, December 15, 2012

Writing & Marketing Tweets from December 14, 2012

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:  
  1. Freelance Editing: How to Hire an Editor for Your Book or Query Letter  via @writerunboxed
  2. When in Doubt Make It Up @kmweiland "As writers we have responsibility to accurately portray the worlds of our stories" 
  3. What are professional reviews for? via @thisissethsblog
  4. Should you Always Show-Don’t-Tell? via @FictionNotes
  5. Interview with Guy Kawasaki @BarryEisler via @JoeKonrath. Excellent interview. I bought the book
  6. Why Stupid Characters Make for Stupid Stories "...a flaw that irritates the heck out of readers..." @kmweiland
  7. Writing an Unplanned Sequel: @ninapost @elizabethscraig
  8. How To Use 5 Online Mind Mapping Tools To Beat Procrastination: @elizabethscraig
  9. Notes from Tabor Lane: Writing & Marketing Tweets from December 13
  10. Introducing Facebook Collections Facebook is pinning a few things from Pinterest. Interesting!
  11. The Secrets of Successful Social Media Marketing
  12. Introducing the New TweetDeck "TweetDeck wasn’t considered perfect by everyone, but that might be about to change."
  13. 7 British English Writing Resources
  14. The Hidden Gift at the Finish Line of Your Creative Projects Excellent post.
  15. Writing in Small Chunks of Time—Pros and Cons by @elizabethscraig
  16. What Writers Need to Know About Goodreads Excellent! Includes links to Goodreads 101 parts 1&2 and 201 parts 3&4 and more
  17. 7 Tools for Managing Your Twitter Followers
  18. Exercise Your Author’s Voice | Writing and Publishing News Interesting point via @Evelyn_puerto
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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