Twitterific Writing Links

by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig

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A free directory of cover designers, formatters, freelance editors, and more:

How to Get Your Writing Out There: @WritersEdit

7 Ways To Find Discipline & Fight Distractions: @nownovel

Finish your novel–work habits:

Writing with Profit in Mind? Your Book has Already Failed: @writeitsideways

Why Every Writer Should Join a Writing Group: @writersedit

Writing–an outlet for psychosis: @doc_awesomeo

Portals in SF/F: @sfsignal

Why 1 writer chose to write SF theater: @stagethefuture

9 things to think about when you read (like a writer): @Writers_Write

Our hero, the villain: @bookriot

A writer’s question on prefaces: @glencstrathy

Writer’s Block Isn’t Real–Or Why You Should Treat It That Way: @kiersi

Scrivener Basics: Starting, Opening, and Closing: @gwen_hernandez

How to make your setting a character: @BrianKlems

How to use a time lock device in a story: @shalvatzis

Tips for getting your tone right: @fictionnotes

Tips for plotting:

8 Characteristics of Good Writing: @WritingForward

How to write a single-location script: @gointothestory

YA and the Moral Center:

4 Freelance Article Writing Tips — From a Stand-Up Comedian: @DevaneyMkedev

Flog a Pro: would you turn down this bestselling author’s first page? @RayRhamey @writerunboxed

Character Conflict: Characters in Opposition:

Do You Know Your (Publishing) Rights? @susanspann @RMFWriters

4 short tips for increasing word count: @onewildword

How to Set Up a Virtual Book Tour: @MidgeRaymond

How To Write A Gripping Scene: @woodwardkaren

Writing a Novel Series: Tips for Developing Spin-Offs and Sequels: @AdriennedeWolfe @thecreativepenn

An overview of theme: @camillelaguire

Pushing Through – When the Writing Gets Tough: @rossibooks

Choosing an Book Editor: An Indispensable Investment: @janvbear

How Music Can Help You Write Better Characters: @losapala

5 Ways Authors Abuse Their Facebook Profile Privileges:

Stephen King on writing (video): @cateartios

Tips for building your Twitter platform: @joebunting

Manners for Writers: @btmargins @randysusanmeyer

Unlock Your Creativity (and Win Pitches) by Starting at the Finish Line: @markmcguinness

Do You Need a Social Media Manager? @jfbookman

Then and Now — Writing Fast:

An apostrophe review: @livewritethrive

The 10 Types of Writers’ Block (and How to Overcome Them): @io9

Tips for the agent query process:

Writing The Antihero (And Why So Many Authors Get It Wrong): @selfpubreview

Lone Ranger writers: @rachellegardner

A story game for crime fiction writers: @camillelaguire

On Paranormal/Supernatural Romance: @writedivas

Nonfiction: 3 Steps to Dominate your Niche with a Book Blog: @ninaamir

Maintaining Belief During Fantastical Stories: @Mythcreants

Favorite adverbs and adjectives of Rowling, Myers, and Collins: @fantasy_faction

The Internet Hates You: 5 Writing Habits to Crush: @philjourdan

Understanding Book Distribution: Author-Services Companies:

How to Double Your Story’s Conflict in Seconds: @KMWeiland

10 Branches of Narrative’s Tree:

Using Conflict to Understand Our Characters: @jamigold

How to Make Your Dastardly Villain More Memorable: @mythcreants

10 Twitter Tips Writers Need to Know: @CaballoFrances

What makes epic fantasy epic? @fantasy_faction

The hardest thing an agent does: @JanetKGrant

How To Write An Ebook Easily – And Promote it Creatively:

12 Mistakes Nearly Everyone Who Writes About Grammar Mistakes Makes: @ArrantPedantry

A useful tool for plot problems:

5 Unrealistic Character Traits: @mythcreants

Crafting an effective opening:

Why you need a Writing Calendar: @MacGregorLit

Consideration Of Theme In Story: @mooderino

How to Market Your Book on Pinterest: @authormedia

The Murder Mystery Arc: @sharww

The Art of Dynamic Descriptions:

10 Tips on Writing a Series:

7 ways to conquer your fear of public speaking: @JWhite

Tips for synopsis writing:

Writing on the London Underground: @mstibbe

100 Exquisite Adjectives: @rfwriters

Rethinking Mentally Ill Antagonists in YA: @Dannie_Morin

Relative Pronoun Redux: @ArrantPedantry

Write Outside The Lines of Your Book: @JosinMcQuein

When the Story Calls . . . And When it Doesn’t: @jodyhedlund

Draw Your Readers In: The Game of Contrasts:

Why writers should practice short fiction: @TheIndieChicks

Getting Started: Cover Art for Self-Publishers: @LeslieLSanders

A writer’s greatest tool:

How to write and sell a cross-genre novel: @writersdigest

An agent answers a question on collaboration: @janet_reid

10 keys to becoming a successful writer: @writersdigest

Do you know what your nonfiction reader really wants?

Should You Hire a Computer to Narrate Your Audiobook? @JFBookman

No Limits: The Emerging New Adult Market: @writerunboxed @barbaraoneal

Each writer brings something different to a story: @SouthrnWritrMag

The Best POV ~ First Person or Third? @novelrocket

Interview with Elizabeth S Craig on writing process by @SeeleyJamesAuth:

Men Don’t Read Fiction? BULL! @Porter_Anderson

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