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.

 

How to raise the stakes in a novel https://buff.ly/2BGzXrN  Raising the stakes = giving a character more reasons to care. #writers #writetip

Author’s Legal Guide to Stock Photos for Book Covers – Don’t Get Sued! https://buff.ly/2BqpjEd  5 WAYS STOCK PHOTOS & FONT CAN BITE YOU! #writerscommunity #writerslife

Writing Scene Breaks and Transitions that Develop Story https://buff.ly/2BB3Kka  Effective ways to use scene breaks – the changes of viewpoint narrator, place, or tone between scenes. #writers #writetip

How to Rediscover Your Love for Writing https://buff.ly/2QCDnoq  If you often find yourself stuck in a writing rut you just can’t seem to shake, this is the one for you. #writerscommunity #indieauthors

How To Choose The Best Amazon Book Categories For Your Book https://buff.ly/2rOUK6G  Open a Kindle Ranker account for free. #writerscommunity #indieauthors

Getting To Grips With Passive Voice https://buff.ly/2PWcoz5  The passive voice gets a bad rap. #writingtips #writingadvice

5 Tips to Improve Your Next Novel Cover https://buff.ly/2V0t5NF  Traditional publishers have a long history of putting out covers that don’t match the characters inside. #writers #indieauthor

12 Tips to Throw a Successful Book Launch Party on a Budget https://buff.ly/2Q6sVjR  Word of mouth advertising is the best form of promotion for a new author with limited funds. #writerscommunity #writerslife

Author Sales Page | Angela J. Ford | Book Marketing https://buff.ly/2TgMM1J  When someone lands on your book sales page they should want to immediately buy the book. #writerscommunity #writerslife

How to Write a Novel Using The Three-Act Structure https://buff.ly/2yhMja7  A story must have a beginning, middle, and end. #writerscommunity #writetip

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