15 Tips Picked Up From Twitter


I confess, I like Twitter. It’s pithy, cogent, brief, with the type of Headline Hints that stick. I don’t always believe them, but am often entertained. And the posters–love them. They always catch my attention for at least a second. I created my own group of aphoristic posters using Canva and Muzy (very easy. Click the links and try them):

*—credit for quotes to Richard Bausch

About once a year, I curate a list of favorite Twitter tips. Here are my 2014 favorites:

  1. Loading the dishwasher is not the time to get CREATIVE.
  2. One page at a time (@NaNoWriMo)
  3. “If you want to write, you can. Fear stops most people from writing, not lack of talent…” (@advicetowriters)
  4. Start with a memorable introduction (@galleycat)
  5. Don’t pause for research. Guess. Fake it. Leave a mark in the MS and follow up (@jamesscottbel–referring to getting a novel done during #NaNoWriMo)
  6. credit: Debbie…

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