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.

Looking Into a Killer’s Eyes to Bring a Character to Life: @emilyross816

Writing the Hard Stuff: @suddenlyjamie

4 Tactics to Create Your Novel’s Perfect Last Line: @sacha_black               

Best Practices for Author Facebook Pages and Groups: @JaneFriedman

Crowdsourcing your editor: @kseniaanske

Why Story Beginnings and Endings Must Be Linked: @KMWeiland

Writing Characters with Mental Health Issues: @oliviavetrano

3 Myths of Fiction Research: the Plot Line Hotline

Why the undead live on:  @spikedonline by Tim Black

The Key to Publishing Success: by Chelsea Apple @wherewriterswin

Sculpting a Memoir :  @sfsculptor @womenwriters

7 Tips for Writing a Plot Summary:  @josiskilpack

Writers renting shared work space:  @SwansonWriting @thewritermag

Lesson from The Force Awakens: @noveleditor

A Breakdown of the Good and the Bad of True Detective Season 2: @seanbhood

8 Tips to Writing Unreliable Narrators: @debcaletti

Build Your Author Brand: @damselwriter

Fiction Writing Checklist:  @AJHumpage

Romantic relationships between police detectives in crime fiction: @mkinberg

How to Become a Freelance Writer While You’re in College: @kirstinkelley1

Watch out for quality control emails from Amazon:

10 Ways To Beat Writer’s Block: @NatePhilbrick

How 1 Writer Gave Up On the Great American Novel and Got a Book Deal:  @EdTarkington @thelithub

Breaking the Curse of Distant Perspective: by Chris Winkle

Working on multiple projects at once: @KelsieEngen

Surviving Failure and Rejection: @barbaraoneal

How to Correct Parallelism in Writing: @Grammarly

Tips for Developing Your Voice: @writingforward

3 Tools for More Productive and Organized Writing: @jenn_mattern

A Step-by-Step Guide to Build Your Author Website: @JaneFriedman

Overcoming Fear of Twitter: @chrismjane

Honor Your Writing: Learning from Practicing Yoga:  by Sue Bradford Edwards

Rewriting Your Script: Scene-by-scene breakdown: @gointothestory

5 Easy Tips for Dealing with Email:  @kayelleallen

Avoiding a ‘Mary Sue’: by Plot Line Hotline

5 Google Search Tips for Authors: @virginiagkelly

Writing Romance is a Different Animal: @CarolAnneMalone

10 Character Clichés To Watch Out For: @NatePhilbrick

When is a Book “Out of Print”? @susanspann

10 Pre-Publication Tips: @ceciliaedits

5 Ways to Squeeze Writing into Your Life: @kirsticall

Screenwriting: Using a Prologue: @dougeboch

5 Things Writing Teaches About Life : @womenwriters @meldecarlo

Anatomy of an Effective Book Trailer: by Claudia Cangilla McAdam

4 Major Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Blog Posts: @karencv

How important is SEO to novelists?The Hot Sheet: @Porter_Anderson @JaneFriedman

Free online conference Jan. 27 to mark on calendar:  #LBF16 @Quantum16 @Porter_Anderson

A New App Turns a Romance Novel Fantasy Into Reality: @claireefallon

When suspects tell half-truths in crime fiction: @mkinberg

33 Ways to Write Stronger Characters: @shesnovel

How to Use Either, Neither, Or, and Nor Correctly: @epbure

A History of Punctuation for the Internet Age: @AdrienneRaphel @NewYorker

Small Press/Big Press Pros and Cons:  @klingonguy

5 Lessons in First Person POV: @sacha_black

Multiple Characters: Who’s Most Important? @artofstoriesAB

Writing Tense Scenes: @NatePhilbrick

Teaching Writing: When to Pop Out of the Notebook: @BethMooreSchool

The Best Way to Ensure Long-Term Success as a Writer: @colleen_m_story

YA clichés: @Brianna_daSilva

Want to Be a Better Writer? Cut These 7 Words: @joebunting

How to Guarantee that You Stick to Your Writing Schedule: @ttamreyem

101 Book Marketing Ideas to Promote Your Book: @SmithPublicity

5 Newbie Mistakes Writers Make When Asking for Feedback: @Lexirad

Character perceptions in settings: @BookOmnivore

Making Document Goals in Scrivener: @KelsieEngen

The Force Awakens Was Great Until It Wasn’t: , , @cockeyedcaravan

3 Current Trends in Screenwriting: @dougeboch

4 Ways to Use Subplots: @dougeboch

6 Depressing Realities Of Writing YA Fiction:  @MenezesCracked

Stereotypical Perspectives: @KrisMcmorris

The Metamorphosis of Darth Vader: @gointothestory

Print to Digital: Cleaning Up Your Word File: @byondpapr

How to Write a Novel Worthy of Publishing: @MCristianoWrite

The transformation of libraries: @Porter_Anderson

Should a Monster Ever Meet Its Metaphor? @cockeyedcaravan

Crime novels in which sleuths fixate on one suspect: @mkinberg

Would you pay to turn the first page of this bestseller? @RayRhamey

Tips for Dealing with Depression as a Writer: @Lexirad

Adding Suspense to Romance: @jkcoi

Top 10 Winter Poems: @lwlindquist @tspoetry

Writer Worksheet: Mind/Body: @evadeverell

How to Put White Space Back in Your Life: @C_Herringshaw

5 Common Character Mistakes: by Chris Winkle @mythcreants

Rewriting Your Script: Characters: @gointothestory

Using Action Points to Tell a Good Story: @shalvatzis

Static Vs. Dynamic Scene Settings:  @RichardWalterUC

10 Goals for Your Blog:  @WriteOnOnline

The links I shared last week: . All the links I’ve ever shared (30K+, free and searchable):

5 Productivity Hacks Anyone Can Use to Write Books Faster: @Lexirad

What Opera Teaches About Writing:  @WriteToSell

The importance of details: @caroclarke

Color Code Your Senses: @SuddenlyJamie

4 Most Common International Ebook Discounting Errors: @dianaurban

Cognitive Dissonance and Writing: @DianeMacKinnon

How to Write a Killer Scene: @patverducci

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11 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. Thanks, as ever, Elizabeth, for those great links. I like that so many of them this time are focused on ways to improve characters and stories. Sometimes there’s so much pressure to get yourself ‘out there’ and do the business of writing that it’s easy to forget to, well, write.

  2. What a useful and inspiring list, Elizabeth. Thank you so much for compiling it and thank you for including one of my posts in the mix. What a great way to start my week. :) Now, I’m off to explore your selections!

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