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.

Book Marketing: 5 Ways To Spice Up Your Amazon Book Pages https://buff.ly/2LW3HmQ  Make your books’ pages stand out. #writerslife

How to Change a Book Title Without Losing Reviews https://buff.ly/2L3Ak0U  Changing the name of a series and all the individual titles isn’t simple. #indieauthors

Realistic Dialogue: Creating Characters’ Speech Patterns https://buff.ly/2OVYXPN  All about making your characters’ voices unique and illustrative of their personalities and backgrounds. #writetip

The Dangers of Premature Editing: Pruning Our Stories vs. Pillaging Them https://buff.ly/2rFO9vx  Once you’ve made it through the first draft…THEN go make the core changes to your story if/as needed. #writetip

Creating an Effective Author Website https://buff.ly/2OT1XMN  This in-depth article will guide you through the process of creating a web presence. #writers #indieauthor

How to Self-Publish a Print Book https://buff.ly/2svkEwZ  The physical book still holds a powerful sway and some people still read only print books! #writers #indieauthor

Does Traditional Advertising Work For Promoting Self-Published Books? https://buff.ly/2y0la8l  Have you ever bought a book because of an ad? #writerslife

How To Find And Work With A Professional Editor https://buff.ly/2IusOMA  Make sure you are well rested and in a positive frame of mind. If it’s your first book, the editing process will be hard on your ego. #writerslife

3 Common Plotting Mistakes to Avoid When Writing a Novel https://buff.ly/2NUlS1w  It has to be BIG. Big enough for your reader to say, “Strap in! This plot is moving.” #writers #writetip

How to Develop a Character: 7 Simple Steps https://buff.ly/2IuAVt1  Examples of effective first introductions, development using dialogue and more. #writetip

 

Will you be doing Nanowrimo this year?

4 Proven “Hacks” for Winning NaNoWriMo https://buff.ly/2NcKw8j  Here are some hacks to write 50,000 words in one month. #nanowrimo2018 #writerslife

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