Saturday, January 12, 2013

Writing & Marketing Tweets from January 11, 2013

Happy Saturday!

I hope you have a fantastic day. It will be 72 °F in Lexington, KY. Great day for a run. Home SEC schedule begins with the Cats playing Texas A&M at 4PM. Gotta love it! Go Cats!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. The Real Lowdown on Selling with an Agent: @SaraMegibow RT @elizabethscraig Very interesting! 
  2. Social Media: How to Avoid Burnout  @meghancward RT @janice_hardy Good advice
  3. Guest Author Heather Webb: 6 Best Marketing Tips for Authors Be yourself and build relationships!
  4. 5 Errors in Treating Quotations via Daily Writing Tips
  5. The Trifecta of Storytelling Power "Three compelling story essences that are waiting to make your story work."@storyfix
  6. How to Find the Most Influential People in Your Niche on Twitter
  7. 9 Tips for Writing a Really Good “Shitty First Draft”
  8. Reading For Pleasure? Who Has the Time for That Anymore?  via @jodyhedlund "You can't afford NOT to make the time."
  9. Writing & Marketing Tweets from January 10, plus comments from author @MarkWilsonBooks
  10. 5 Erroneously Constructed “Not Only . . . But Also” Sentences via Daily Writing Tips
  11. When Should You Stop Revising? by @Janice_Hardy You can cross the line between improving & editing the life out of it
  12. How to Become an Influential Writer in the Age of Author Rank via @copyblogger Dare to be different!
  13. 5 blog tour tips @BwitchedBkworms RT @elizabethscraig RT @Bookgal
  14. Twitter Releases Report Detailing Its Impact On Social TV
  15. The Secret to Effortless Writing by @jeffgoins Excellent post!
  16. How Writers Can Deal With and Overcome Rejection Good advice! @ADDerWORLD
  17. How to Manage Viewer/Reader Expectations: Plant the Right Questions  @cockeyed_caravan RT @elizabethscraig 

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Happy writing & running, Kathy

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