Today, I’m writing. Meredith and Elliott need all of my creative attention. If I don’t write down what’s on my mind, I’ll forget. And I hate it when that happens. I’ll be back later. In the meantime, I’m taking several deep, calming breaths, and whatever you’re doing, I hope you do, too.
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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
- Is Your Website Ready? | 3 Tips to Making the Most of Your Website This Year http://ow.ly/gEf8J
- Smartphone Owners Are The Most Social Social Networkers, Says Poll [STUDY] http://ow.ly/gEeYw
- 5 Dos and Don'ts for Picking an Editor http://t.co/qj89ENuK @susanjmorris RT @Elizabethscraig Excellent post!
- The Big Lie You Believe Could Hurt Your Book Marketing http://t.co/kbKR9k6q .RT @Bookgal
- How to Be Awesome on Twitter http://ow.ly/gF7n5 It's much easier than it sounds!
- Top 10 Blogs for Writers 2012 – The Winners http://ow.ly/
- The Difference Between Good Writers and Bad Writers http://ow.ly/gF86K @jeffgoins
- How to Unlock Your Creativity and Stop Feeling Like A Failure http://ow.ly/gF8rD @ADDerWORLD
- Why Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too http://ow.ly/gF8Dy
- Can A Man Really Write Romance? http://ow.ly/gF9Gz via @thecreativepenn
- How I Connected With My Dream Editor on LinkedIn – With This One Tweak http://ow.ly/gFa0X Great suggestions!
- When Metaphors Get Distracted http://ow.ly/gFa6z by Liz Bureman
- 10 Steps to Dealing With Mean-Spirited Critics, Comment Trolls, and Other Jerks http://ow.ly/gFamj by @joebunting
- 30 Problem Words and Phrases http://ow.ly/gFaWF via Daily Writing Tips
- 3 Vs of Fiction: Vulnerability http://ow.ly/gFKk9 via @FictionNotes
- When You Should Be Writing But Can’t… http://ow.ly/gFaHw @joebunting
- Notes from Tabor Lane: Writing & Marketing Tweets from January 8 http://ow.ly/gG0yt
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