Monday, July 6, 2009

To Tweet Or Not To Tweet?

I started Twitter a few months ago to see what it was about. I'd heard it was the "water cooler" of the online social life, but that it offered more than quick conversations. So what did it offer? Book promotion opportunities? Connecting with other authors? How about those agents?

Here's a neat little post called 10 Ways Twitter Can Help Writers.


  1. Well I have been more in contact with authors since I started twitting.

  2. I've been talking to fellow writers trying to get an agent and it's been fun overall. Plus agents/people all share great links on there that are just awesome.

    I try to tweet way more--it's something I was never sure I was game for but I'm glad I joined the craziness!

  3. Yep! I'm in and enjoying the fun. You're both right: you meet a lot of people with shared interests and you have access to a lot of information.

  4. Ack! I just started a blog. I don't think I can handle Twittering yet. It looks like the place to be, though. You're doing a good sales job.

  5. Twitter is a great way to network. I love it!



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