PubTips Round-Up

Twitter can be very time consuming  to keep up with so I give you, #PubTips Round-up.

Since I know many do not follow Twitter I thought I’d give you another round-up of the most recent writing/publishing tips mentioned. If, by chance you decide to give Twitter a go, please send me an email so we can follow one another, I’m @I_am_Writing. Remember, you don’t have to tweet, just pop in every once in a while to check in. You never know what you’ll find.

(The @ symbol and the name that follows is the person who posted the tip or aka Tweeted the tip)

@WolfsonLiterary – When critique partners disagree

@SandraBeckwith – How to Plan Your Virtual Book Tour – terrific advice and sample pitch letter

@I_am_Writing – Writers, never stop learning about the #pub biz; ISBN in and outs

@StacyAbramsEdit – If a fiction picture book is over 1,000 words, it’s way too long…Even 800+ is often cutting it close.

@meganrecords – …A grin parted her lips.” Overwriting. “She grinned” is just fine; I won’t think you are less creative

@EgmontGal – Don’t worry about sounding of-the-moment unless you are doing YA chick lit. References date so very quickly.

@louise_wise – If you are a writer or blogger you should know about tag clouds…

@dirtywhitecandy – Why an agent can judge your book from your query letter Janice Hard

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p.s. To answer your question, Twitter did not pay me to do this post,  😀

Published in: on February 15, 2011 at 12:07 pm  Leave a Comment  

Words of the Day!

subscribe to several word of the days so you don’t have to. Here are todays, Words of the Day. Try to use them in your writing. Be sure to visit my other helpful pages for writers; Literary Lingo and Writing Picture Prompts!

Readily combustible material, such as dry twigs, used to kindle fires.

to annoy or attempt to influence by private talk

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Writing Picture Prompt!

Prosthetic arm

Be sure to visit my other helpful pages for writers; Literary Lingo , Writing Picture Prompts and Words of the Day!

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