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.

Am I a Good Writer? 7 Signs You’re a Master of Your Craft  Good writers are committed to their craft. #writers #indieauthor #writerslife

How to Use Instagram Type Mode in Instagram Stories  Have you explored the font tools in Instagram’s Type Mode? #writerslife

How NOT To Mess Up Your Book Series  Series are hard to write. #writers #writetip

The Better Way To End Your Scene (With Exercises)  We put too much pressure on ourselves to end on just the right note. #writetip

How to promote your audiobook. Plenty of links to more helpful information and resources.  #writers #indieauthors

What Indie Publishers Need to Know About Audiobooks  How to navigate the options. #writers #indieauthors

How To Setup Your Email List And Signup Form On Your Author Website  Build a list of readers who are interested in your books. #writers #indieauthors

Building your author newsletter list  Here are some creative examples. #writers #indieauthors

How To Use Grammarly To Improve Your Writing  As indie authors, we are 100% responsible for producing books that are mistake-free. #writers #indieauthors

Publishing is a Business: 10 Tips to Protect Your Creative Self  Be aware that you’re stepping into a harsh marketplace. #writers #indieauthor

Bonus Tweet:

It’s National Library Week! How Are You Celebrating?  #writers #writerslife


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