Novelists, Join us for our Twitter chat #askaWritingCoach
For the last week or so, I’ve been running live Twitter chats daily from 3-4pm Pacific (4-5pm Mountain/5-6pm Central/6-7pm Eastern).
Join us here.
You can follow me here.
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I feature guests — other writing coaches. Past guests include Catharine Bramkamp.
(List subject to change.)
We gather at 3-4pm Pacific…
- Wednesday, Sept. 23: Mark David Gerson
- Thursday, Sept. 24: Carol Anne Malone
- Friday, Sept. 25: Marcy McKay
Please join us with your questions on:
- writing and finishing your novel
- publishing your novel
- marketing your novel
- writer’s life
- and anything else!
How to Join Us
Here’s some tips that can help the chat go easier, and things I do on my laptop during the chat: (I don’t usually use my iPhone for the chat, though it’s doable.)
1. Open http://tweetchat.com/room/askawritingcoach. You’ll need to let it authorize with your Twitter account.
In this way you can see all posts just using our hashtag #askawritingcoach.
Tip: You don’t need to type #askawritingcoach each time. It’s already in there though you can’t see it when you type.
2. Open another browser window to your Twitter account and click on the tab “Notifications” (https://twitter.com/i/notifications).
In this way you can see if people are talking to you but forgot to use the hashtag #askawritingcoach.
3. Content: share writing tips, favorite writing-related books, ask questions, tag your friends! Please focus on fiction, unless other questions come up.
Let me know if you have any questions!
And please share about the chat on Twitter. (Click here to share on Twitter. You can edit the tweet.)
Learn more with my resource, a book full of tips, Twitter for Authors: Social Media Marketing Strategies for Shy Writers.
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With a focus on Twitter, the author takes you through the principles you need to understand to make this medium useful to your writing career.
Chapters cover such topics as:
- How get to set up your Twitter profile
- How to get comfortable with Twitter
- How to craft messages to get your potential readers curious
- How to build your network on Twitter
- How to use special tools like hashtags and chats
- Examples of what other writers say on Twitter
- How to make best use of your Twitter time
- How to use Twitter to build your author career even before you’re published
- And more!
Delivered in 20 short chapters, Twitter for Authors: Social Media Book Marketing for Shy Writers is designed to be read and then acted upon, so you can build your audience and your brand today.
Book a Discovery Session with Beth Barany today.
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