My Top Ten Tweets for #writers

My Top Ten Tweets

Top Ten Tweets

 

I love to write, but with writing comes marketing, the bane of my existence. I began gathering tips about writing and marketing from various blogs for easier reference. One day I thought why not share? So here we go. Follow me on Twitter @roxannesmolen for more tips.

Skip exposition and start with events already underway. http://bit.ly/2mrAAMi  #writingtips #writingadvice

Subplot: 7 Ways to Add Subplots to Your Novel http://bit.ly/2lBpCW6  #writetip #writingadvice

Getting started with your writer platform. Loads of links. 🙂 http://bit.ly/2lBnBt4  #indieauthors #writerslife

Insights into the process and benefits of finding a literary agent. http://bit.ly/2lXGd6T  #writers #writerslife

Why self-pub authors ignore libraries at their own peril. http://bit.ly/2mrxFTw  #indieauthors #writerslife

10 tips for new writers from a self-published success http://bit.ly/2mmC5i5  #indieauthors #writerslife

“There are actually three preposition problems facing authors.” http://bit.ly/2lZ5bTJ  #writers #writetip

5 tips for building meaning in a novel. http://bit.ly/2mJzag3  #writers #writetip

Book Publishing Blunders Of First-time Authors http://bit.ly/2lhaYVr  Easy mistakes to avoid. #writers #writerslife

Read the full teardown of Aweber: 4 killer features and 3 less-than-stellar things http://bit.ly/2m2uYts  #writerslife

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2 thoughts on “My Top Ten Tweets for #writers

  1. Roxanne, I appreciate you tips on how to format my book for submission to CreateSpace, but do you offer this service for those of us who aren’t particularly computer literate? If so, what would you charge for preparation for print and digital for Kindle? Do you do cover design?

    • No, Johnny, I don’t. I like to focus more on writing than formatting. However, here’s a possible workaround. Import your entire book into Scrivener. If you don’t have Scrivener, you can get it here for $40 with a free trial. With one click, Scrivener will format your book into a nice looking eBook that you can upload to KDP. Then click the button on KDP to turn your Kindle book into a print book, and KDP will walk you through it. I hope that helps. Best of luck with your new book!

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