24 thoughts on “Tweeting for Authors & Writers

  1. Trish Nielson

    Excellent! Great article Paul! thanks for the post

    On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 5:01 AM, Ramblings from a writers mind wrote:

    > paulznewpostbox posted: ” Twitter can be an amazing tool to brand yourself > as author, connect with your readers and fellow authors, if used correctly. > Here are some tips I have scrounged from trawling, (not trolling!), the > net. . Be Yourself, Not Your Book Present yourself as p” >

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  2. Thanks for the advice. Interesting article.

    Twitter followers are like words for writers: if you choose them wisely, fine. Otherwise it is a classic case of less is more. Editing. That’s the magic word…both in fiction and in the real world =)

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  3. Appreciate the explanations Paul. I find replying and trying not to sound automated takes ages. Any tips? I really do reply personally – often following up the Friday thx DM. Okay it might be, will be some time later weeks or if pain flare-up, family and writing all coincide then month/s but I do reply and often follow if someone’s bio looks interesting and they have unfollowed (I realise in this instant world & the follow/unfollow status programs quick turnaround is necessary but I have made some genuine connections including professional networks by following an unfollower). Have a lovely weekend. best wishes Suzanne

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  4. I’m not a professional writer, but i do love to write about experiences. I really apprentice your advices here 🙂
    I reblog this post to my readers 🙂
    Thank you for following my blog by the way ❤

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