Twitterific Writing Links

by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig

Twitterific writing links are fed into the Writer’s Knowledge Base search engineBlog (developed by writer and software engineer Mike Fleming) which has over 30,000 free articles on writing related topics. It’s the search engine for writers.

Searching for a Better Way to Write The End: @calebpirtle

Explore the Layers of Conflict in Your Story: @piperbayard

Is print triumphing over the “digital threat”?: @philipdsjones @Porter_Anderson

TV Series Binge Watching: A Study in Character Development:  @SurfCityJames               

100+ Places to Market Your Children’s Fiction:  @booklaunchdemon

On Conjunctions:  @Jen_328 @writedivas

Tips for cozy mystery settings and sidekicks:

Counter Perfection’s 7 Most Common Lies: @cherylrwrites

Crime fiction: investigating the victim’s identity: @mkinberg

7 Tricks To Differentiating Dialogue: @geofflepard

Writing the Middle of Your Book:  @stephmorrill

3 Reasons Novel Writing is Like Building a Start Up: @monicamclark

Want to Be a Writer? It’s Time to Act Like a Writer: by Noelle Sterne

Why There’s So Much Conflicting Advice About Social Media: @JaneFriedman

Quick Fix: Make Your Scenes Count: @lindasclare

Writers on the craft: Theme: @gointothestory

Don’t Go Exclusive. Build A Long Term Career As An Author On Multiple Platforms: @thecreativepenn @Liliana_Hart

The Importance of Psychological Development in Character Growth: @beccapuglisi

Ebook Pricing: 3 Tips For Today: @angee

Why Writers Need to Fail on a Regular Basis: @colleen_m_story

How to Self-Publish Your Book: , , @MsBessieBell

Indie author bookstore success: @ChrisLongmuir

3 Important Things To Remember About The Dramatic Question: @writers_write

Hollywood or Bust: Tips for Pitch-Ready Loglines: @aBookPublicist

How To Write Your Book Sales Description: @thecreativepenn @bryancohenbooks

On Descriptive Writing: @writingforward

First Draft Checklist: @MiaJouBotha

7 Things to Do Before We Get Published:  @MadelineMMartin

15 Tips for Achieving Our Creative Goals Every Day: @WriterJoMalby

Writing Hands-Free: @robinrwrites

Publishing Industry Etiquette:  @hmacgierhart

Should We Delete That Conflict Scene? A 3-Question Quiz: @Write_Tomorrow

Creative Fatigue?  Don’t Worry. It’s Not About You: @ozzywood

A prison term inspired one writer: @Peggy_Riley

10 Ways To Turn Your Real Life Experiences Into Science Fiction @charliejane

Coffeehouses and Concentration: @WriterDiaries

Creating sympathy for the bad guy in our story: from Writing Questions Answered

Character Likability and Subtext: @jamigold

3 1/2 Tips for Fixing an Unlikable Character: @jamigold

Great Character: Bree Daniels (“Klute”): @gointothestory

5 Reasons to Track Questions and Answers in Your Novel: @HeatherJacksonW

How to Write Vivid Descriptions:  @dice_carver

5 Bestselling Fiction Tips: Start With Heart @angee

The Best Email Service Providers for Writers: @GaryJMcLaren

Writing tip: men and women characters should have different POVs: @raynehall

A closer look at the success of A.A. Milne’s Pooh tales: @tordotcom @mari_ness

Essentials of a Pitch:  @ava_jae

How to Find and Fix Your Novel’s Plot Holes: @shesnovel

How To Become a Better Writer Faster: @joebunting

Crowd-funding for self-publishing authors: @novelexperienc3

Cut Down on Wrist Pain with a Vertical Mouse:  @jenn_mattern

Crime Writing: Exceptions to Search Warrants: @SueColetta1

6 Reasons to Push Yourself Outside a Comfort Zone With Creative Side Projects: @DanBlank

Pseudonyms for indie authors: @denisebarnesuk

Does Paid Marketing Work for Authors? @OrnaRoss

Police and Fed Terminology for Crime Writers: @SueColetta1

10 Common Writing Errors:  @JHUSarah

The 10 Secrets Of Resilient Characters: @writers_write

How to Become a Columnist: The Importance of Persistence and Practice: @LuukKoelman

One Secret to Write a Classic Children’s Book:  @hodgeswriter

Why we shouldn’t dismiss adverbs:  by Barbara Baig

How to Use Your Research Without Annoying Readers:  @hollyrob1

Beware Groupthink: 10 Red Flags When Choosing a Crit Group: @annerallen

The Magic Number: Why Witches Come in Threes: @Paul_Cornell

Don’t Be Afraid To Break Our Story:   @_JennyMoyer

Deadlines: Helpful or Harmful? @HeatherJacksonW

When our publisher declares bankruptcy: @Janet_Reid

How should you credit your editor? Advice from a former publisher: @Roz_Morris

4 Ways Being a Writer Teaches You to be a Better Person: @booktrib @KMWeiland

Writers, stay true to your standards: @Roz_Morris

2 writers, 1 voice: writing partners: @thewordmavens

Communicating Indirectly With Readers:

The State of the Publishing Industry in 5 Charts: @JaneFriedman

Age, Surveys, And Income: The Authors Guild€™s View: @Porter_Anderson @mariraz

Riddles in crime fiction: @mkinberg

Got a Pen Name? Here’s How to Market Your Books: @CaballoFrances

Tips for Picking Up the Pace: @SusanKelley

5 Tips for Success as a Self-Published Author: @susankayequinn

5 Out-of-the-Box Writing Prompt Sources: @EmilyWenstrom

The Problem of Advice:  @CarrieMesrobian

Outlining using a 6 stage plot structure: from Nova Zero Writing

On creating characters: @gointothestory

Take Your Writing Outdoors: 9 Tips for Successfully Working Outside: @Kristen_E_Pope

5 Things We Can Do To Improve Our Writing: @Savage_Woman

Quick Fix: Tips for Self-editing: @lindasclare

Writing for Kids: The Low-Down on Lexile Levels:  @AmyBearce

Screenwriting Basics: Story’s Holy Trinity:  @ozzywood

How to Break the Rules: Never Start With Backstory: @notjustanyboggs

Worldbuilding: Using Taboos in a Culture:  @cinehead

How Authors Can Use Listopia to Promote Their Book: @aBookPublicist

When to Keep Secrets and When to Tell Truths : @bstarknemon

Deconstructing Back Cover Copy: @betternovelproj

How to use Google analytics as an author: @nicholesevern

Using Dreams in Literature: @kelsieengen

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6 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. As always, Elizabeth, a treasure trove of links here – thanks. I’m immediately drawn to the one about how to handle conflicting advice. I think that’s something writers deal with on a regular basis.

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