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.

Part VI: The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Email List  Simply put, your mailing list is the most powerful book marketing tool in existence. #writers #indieauthors

7 Ways To Market Your Book With Visual Storytelling  Visual storytelling is key in social media posts. #writers #indieauthors

The Ultimate Guide to YA Fiction  Things you should consider in order to classify your novel as YA. #youngadult #fiction #writers #indieauthors

The Top 30 Publishers for New Authors  Established publishing houses with good reputations. #writers #indieauthors

15 Creative Nonfiction Markets for Writers  These are markets for creative nonfiction. #writers #writerslife

421 Ways to Say Said? Simplify Dialogue Instead  Clarify who’s speaking without going overboard on dialogue tags. #writers #writingtips

How to Dump Info without Info-Dumping  Info dumps: so easy to do and so awful for a story. #writers #writetip

Why Is Head Hopping Considered Lazy Writing?  Head hopping: what it is, why it causes problems, and what our options are. #writers #writetip

The Question You Need to Ask for Every Scene  My writers group used to say “give three reasons for this scene.” LOL #writers #writetip

Writing Doesn’t Have To Be Lonely. How To Find A Community  Loneliness and isolation are common problems for writers. #writers #indieauthors #writerlife


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