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I am failing at journal writing. I’m participating in two journaling communities in which you share your day and your posts and in doing so, you will magically chart your inextricably progress towards the achievement of self-realization and future success.
Many authors have jumped on social media as the be-all end-all of book marketing, or they’ve stayed far away! “It’s too much!” they say. I hear ya! Social media can be SO overwhelming, or it can be useful and fun so you can get back to writing more books!
Welcome to my Social Media for Author Tip Series, where I offer you tips to put into practice so that you can: Connect with your readers and get to know them Let them get...
Apply the number 4 to your story. Which of your characters has these traits? What aspect of your story structure could be enhanced by using elements of the number 4? What part of your writing life could you a dose of the number 4?
The number three is a wonderful number, and complicates things in a fun and creative way, depending on your perspective! We went from singular — 1 — to dual — 2 — to triangular, which adds a whole new layer, don’t you think?
The number TWO is one of favorite. Because I’m a Gemini. I love doing things with a partner. I need a mirror. I want to hear myself talk, and that’s hard to do alone. LOL Maybe that’s one of the reasons why I’m a writer. You know, “It takes two to tango.” That kind of thing.
Today’s focus is my favorite author chats on Twitter, the informal and the formal ones. These chats allow us writers to go from focusing inward on our current work-in-progress, to focusing outward and networking with other authors and industry professionals. We become better writers and sales people of our products — our books — when we network.
This is #5 in a series of articles on Creativity and Inspiration for Writers. Tips shared here are inspired by my e-book, Overcome Writer’s Block, and will soon also be part of a course at We Write Books community. How can we be a better writers, or get re-inspired in our writing? Let’s tap into our five senses. I’ve already written about sight, sound, smell and touch. Today is taste!
Join us for this free teleseminar… February 28, 2011 5pm PST / 8pm EST Join Beth Barany, independent publishing consultant… The 3 Most Important Social Media Tips for Writers Join Beth Barany on her...