Twitterific Writing Links

by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraigBlog

Twitterific writing links are fed into the Writer’s Knowledge Base search engine(developed by writer and software engineer Mike Fleming) which has over 23,000 free articles on writing related topics. It’s the search engine for writers.

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Tips for creating a fictional town: @KimWattersAZ

The enduring power of the fairy tale: @perch15

Write like a housecat: @peterbrownhoff  @writersdigest

Find your tribe, find your voice: @shewrites @theopnestor

Sit vs. Set: @writing_tips

Get More Visitors to Your Site With Hashtags: @tonyeldridge

What 1 writer has learned in 20 years of writing: @JTAbooks @womenwriters

4 Fun Ways to Improve Your Facebook Engagement: @smexaminer

What to do after you blog your book: @NinaAmir

Tips for approaching messy 1st drafts:

Use Seven Senses to Spark Your Writing: @joanyedwards

Poetic Pauses in Your Writing: @artsyletters

The Art and Artifact of Creative Nonfiction: @NinaAmir

Character Death Should Be Premeditated: @RogerDColby

Franzen, Elizabeth Gilbert on how they deal with their writerly doubts — and benefit from them: @salon @readandbreathe

Sometimes people find symbolism that isn’t intended: @KenLevine

The Hero (and Heroine)’s Journey–Hero’s Journey in romance: @JordanMcCollum

Songwriter’s Intervention: Shedding The Bad Habits That Hold Back Your Songs: @Jess_B16

The final act of your story: @storyfix

Can You Include Song Lyrics in Your Book? @galleycat

Brand Yourself: How would you sum up your life in just 6 words? @FirebrandTalent

An agent on 10 keys to becoming a successful writer: @writersdigest

Writing Encouragement from ‘The Voice’: @AudraHarders

Women Using a Male Pseudonym: @womenwriters @RFriedmanAuthor

Blog Post Titles that Don’t Confuse Your Social Media Followers: @EdieMelson

Description: The Basics:

5 things that make readers leave websites: @BloggingTipsCom @imRahulKuntala

Tips for creating great characters: @amazingstories0 @AlienNextDoor

For screenwriters: 5 Questions with a Production Company Reader:

Hyphens and Dashes: Avoid Confusing Them:

Psychological Arcs in Groundhog Day: @cockeyedcaravan

Writing The Spooky Scene: @mooderino

On the importance of banter and character-driven narrative: @KameronHurley

41 Flavors of Body Language for Writers: @susanjmorris

Tools for Writers: Rafflecopter: @Catrambo

Traits of the Unsuccessful Author: @robeagar

Consideration Of Theme In Story: @mooderino

Faith and Fantasy: @nkjemisin

Great Character: Linda Ash (“Mighty Aphrodite”): @gointothestory

Hoping to Grow Your Audience? Focus on Narratives: @danblank

50 tips from Wim Wenders to aspiring filmmakers:

Literary breakfasts: @guardianbooks

Tips for Writers for Creating Images & Resizing Photos: @maggielyons66

How 1 writer pinches from Pixar and Bad Robot to create awesome stories: @guardianbooks

Tips for working with freelance editors: @fictorians

Dialogue is Important in Memoirs Too:

Bram Stoker Created a Horror Classic from the Anxieties of his Age: @tordotcom

Tips for effective social media posts on different platforms: @wherewriterswin

Timeless Writing Doesn’t Have to Be Super Complicated: @Pro_Editor

Literary feuds of 2013: @newyorker

The 7 Stages You Pass To Become a Writer: @Ani_LifeProb

Maintain your NaNoWriMo momentum: @AmandaBabs1

On Immediately Trunking Manuscripts: @ava_jae

9 Words and Phrases to Delete From Your Writing: @Wiseink

Conflict: the Fuel of your Story: @bob_mayer

Holiday gift guide for writers: @LauraMarcella

Do You Have “As You Know, Bob…” Syndrome? @kristenlambtx

3 Easy Steps to Turn Your Writing Insecurities into Strengths: @LyndaRYoung @AlexJCavanaugh

How Hugh Howey Writes – Great Writers on Writing: @SeeleyJamesAuth

How to live a great story: @LipstickGospel

Franzen, Elizabeth Gilbert on how they deal with their writerly doubts — and benefit from them: @salon @readandbreathe

What marathon training taught 1 writer about writer: @monicamclark

Past Tense or Present Tense? @emma_darwin @womenwriters

Writer Memes: @sara_flower

Take It Easy With the Thesaurus: @epbure

Hugh Howey with a different view of the recent report on what self-pubbed authors earn: @hughhowey

7 ways to cut a novel without losing anything important: @nailyournovel

How to Write Funny Novels…And Why You Shouldn’t: @annerallen @melodiecampbell

Narrative Flow and Voice in an Action Thriller Opening : @Janice_Hardy

Writing rules learned from Pixar:

A screenwriter with a tip for writers: @kenlevine

How to Increase your SEO with Google Plus: @jeffbullas

Etiquette with Professional Writers: @passivevoiceblg

Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Branding: @BloggingTipsCom

Tips for writing character descriptions: @shalvatzis

The Self-Publishing Debate: A Social Scientist Separates Fact from Fiction: @digibookworld @DBWeinberg

Top 10 Fantasy Writing Tips From G. R.R. Martin:

What does it mean to be a ‘professional author?’ @dearauthor

Why “Cuckoo’s Calling” Failed: @SeeleyJamesAuth

Crime fiction cliches that 1 avid reader would like omitted: @mkinberg

Do Top 100 Lists Reveal Gender Bias in Publishing? @Porter_Anderson @caitforestell

Survey on income counts self-pub losers and winners–but only trad-pub winners: @HughHowey @Porter_Anderson @JDGsaid

Challenges of reporting self-pubbed writers’ earnings: @hughhowey @Porter_Anderson

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10 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. Elizabeth–
    There are many good reasons for subscribing to your site, none better than the collations you make of useful information. Each time you do this, you again demonstrate just how generous writers can be. Thank you.

  2. Elizabeth,
    I pushed the facebook like button at the top of this article and it didn’t work. Only a sliver of what would be where I could make a comment showed; the rest was hidden behind the text of this article. I could not push publish. Anyway, Trula

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