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.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Supporting Characters: Allies: @JadenTerrell  @KillerNashville

Improve Your Writing Platform (or Author Platform) in 30 Days: @robertleebrewer               

“Familiarize with” and “Habituate to”: @MaeveMaddox

Scrivener Tips And Turning Failure Into Entrepreneurial Success:  @ScrivenerCoach @thecreativepenn

Considering the Irrationality of Your Characters: @SeptCFawkes

10 Tips to Writing from Multiple POVs: @aimiekrunyan

The Ultimate Pilot Story Checklist: Transparent: @cockeyedcaravan

Big Picture Story Structure: 3-Act Structure: by John Wong @mythicscribes

A Handy-Dandy Do-Over Tip: @writingtracy

You’re Not Alone: Creativity and Depression” @BlueSunDeb

16 Self-publishing Predictions: @DebbieYoungBN

5 Reasons Writers Need Google Plus, Even Though New Google Plus is Awful: @annerallen

Shepherding a Self-Published Picture Book to Success: @sangeeta_editor @bbowen949

36 Plot Ideas for your Novel:  @JillWilliamson

Teaching Writing: Making Structure Visible: @Betsy_writes

“Confused With” and “Confused About”: @MaeveMaddox

Most Common Mistakes: Ineffective Setting Descriptions: @KMWeiland

Fiction Writing Checklist: @AJ Humpage

Public speaking for indie authors: @denisebarnesuk

Goodbye Shelfari, Hello Goodreads: @LynneCantwell

10 Ways to Generate Story Ideas: by Chris Winkle @mythcreants

A Room of One’s Own: the Place in One’s Head: @jaqhazell @womenwriters

What Writers Can Learn from Failed New Year’s Resolutions: @rosannebane

Using Kindle Scout as Part of a Book Launch Campaign: @kb_jensen

Don’t put off writing: who knows what tomorrow brings? :  @mdilloway

How to Create an Advance Information (AI) Sheet: @DebbieYoungBN

Time-Saving Social Media Tip for Writers: @sararosett

Turning a bad critique into a positive experience: @BetterScribe

7 Tips for Writing About Other Cultures:  @kathryntanquary

When to Use the Present Tense: @ceciliaedits

8 Strategies for Marketing Your Self-Published Book: @CSLakin

Tips for outlining: @AmberSkyeF

How to Start a Novel: A Checklist for Editing Chapter 1: @annerallen

Writing Practice Scenes for Character Development: @lindasclare

The Paid Reviews Debate: @Porter_Anderson @JaneFriedman

Don’t Worry, It Only Gets Harder: @DanBlank

5 Things 1 Author Wishes She’d Known Before Publishing Her 1st Novel:  @MirandaBW

Why Outlining Your Scenes Will Help You Write a Great Novel: @CSLakin

Setup and Payoff: 2 Equally Important Halves of Story Foreshadowing: @KMWeiland

Self Publishing as a Lemonade Stand: @jamesscottbell

Breaking Writing Rules Right: Show    Elizabeth S Craig

Accounting 101 for Authors: Types of Businesses: @LongValleyPress

The Key Differences Between Middle Grade vs Young Adult: @marielamba

Walking Away From an Unfinished Novel: @AuthorLBrown

What Happens When One POV is Better? @Janice_Hardy

‘A Hybrid World’ of Publishing. Harper Collins on Print in a Digital World: @Porter_Anderson @pubperspectives

Writers and other artists: 4 ways to take a compliment: @gigirosenberg

What Does the New @AuthorEarnings Report Say to the Industry? @Porter_Anderson

Writing and the Creative Life: “Get a mentor”: @gointothestory

The Hot Sheet: industry newsletter for authors (30 day free trial):  from @Porter_Anderson & @JaneFriedman:

#Marketing: Finding 1,000 True Fans: @JeriWB

12 Easy Ways To Boost Attendance At Your Book Signing: by Self Publishing Relief

Micro-newsletters: @Janet_Reid

How to promote a book without using social media: @sandrabeckwith

3 Typefaces for Books: @JFBookman

Writer Dilemma: Private Life vs. Public Figures: @jamigold

How to Set Up Your Goodreads Author Dashboard: @CaballoFrances

Spark Inspiration and Ignite Creativity: Mindful Concentration on Your Place in Space: @jthomasross

Author Newsletters: 6 Tips for Smart Strategies: @jamigold

Is the weather a major character in your stories? @calebpirtle

How Writers Can Craft an Effective Setting: @MaryBuckham

Convention Basics: 5 Tips to Make Your Book Stand Out @AP_Fuchs

10 Tips for Kickstarting Your Writing: @Joannechocolat

How to Create a Professional Press Kit in 8 Easy Steps: by Jamie Jo Hoang

7 Tips for Creating an Antihero that Readers Will Love: by  Stephanie Norman

A 5-Minute Guide to Evernote:  @ckmacleodwriter

The First 3 Things You Need in Your Scene: @CSLakin

How To Write A Story With A Great Open Ending:  @kerrycreas

On Writers, Hoarders, and Their Clutter:  @barryyourgrau @thelithub

Creating Characters Who Live Off the Page:  by Joseph Gartrell

20-Minute Macro Course:  @ckmacleodwriter

5 Ways to Create an Em Dash: @ckmacleodwriter

Publishing Could Be Causing a Writing Block: by Margo Dill

Goodreads: Housekeeping and Book Stats:

Crime fiction: when characters say too much, it can get them in trouble: @mkinberg

How to be more creative with help from neuroscience and Margaret Atwood : @KirstenFogg

How to Use Periscope to Build Your Writing Brand: @WillieshaMorris

Nonfic social media experiment combines Instagram and essays: @vqreview

How Blogging Connects Authors with their Target Readers: @VoicetoStory

Just Add Tension: How to Make Any Book Better: @aprilhenrybooks

How a Writer Stays Committed With No Promise of Success: @LisaRomeo by Sandra Hurtes

3 Things You Should Be Writing About On Your Author Blog: @standoutbooks

Writing Fantasy Fiction: How to Make the Magic Work: @standoutbooks

What Not to Say in Your Cover Letter to a Literary Journal (or any media venue, ever): @LisaRomeo

How to Take a Break from Blogging (Without Looking Flakey): @BrooksEditorial

How the ellipsis arrived in English literature:  @alisonflood @guardianbooks

Good Marketing vs. A Good Pitch: @LaurieAshbourne

Does Your Saboteur Push You into Writer’s Block? @rosannebane

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4 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. Thanks, as always, Elizabeth. I see several here on self-publishing, and I’m glad. I’ve been toying with the idea, but it’s not something you go into without being fully informed. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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