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.

What is a plot point? Find and Plan Clear Story Events  Plot points build tension, emotional investment and more. #writers #indieauthors #writetip

The 8 brilliant fonts you NEED to use in your book layout (with type combinations and samples)  Need some free body fonts? #writer #indieauthor

Writers: Grow Your Instagram Account Organically  Have patience. Lots of it. #writer #indieauthor

What’s The Difference Between Amazon KDP and KDP Select?  Understand which Amazon publishing option is best for you. #writer #indieauthor

21 Ways Authors Recommend Books to Their Readers  Engage your fans by recommending other author’s books. Generosity is engaging. #writer #indieauthor

How do authors over 60 define success? Marylee Macdonald investigates.  You too can get your book finished and “out there.” #writer #indieauthor

How to Write a Great First Sentence, with 22 Examples  Your first sentence is your opportunity to let your creativity shine. #writers #writetip

Why You Need To Take Yourself Seriously As An Author  While some writers love to talk about their work to anyone who will listen, others struggle to share their writing with even their closest friends and family. #writers #indieauthors

Finding Story Topics when Stuck: 5 Simple Methods  Whether you’re looking for ideas for a single scene or entire plot, sometimes inspiration comes slower. #writers #writingtips

7 Useful Tips For Establishing A Writing Routine  Every writer who wants to achieve their goals must have a writing routine. #writers #indieauthors


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