Let’s kick things off this week with a little bit of promotion. @crassusmedia just finished their Calendar for writers.
— Dan Buri (@DanBuri777) October 3, 2017
This is a must get for every writer. It provides you with a creative planner for your writing, inspiration and quotes from authors, and other creative solutions to get your writing ideas flowing (such as coloring pages for writers). I recommend this for all my readers. You can get it on Amazon and thank me later.
— T. L. Richardson (@1022Tiger) October 6, 2017
Find your voice first and foremost. You need to find your voice as a writer. Without it, you’ll struggle greatly and so will your readers.
— Gaurav Sharma (@gauravlakhi) September 28, 2017
Which one are you? I’m probably a weird mix of The Space Cadet, The Greasy Palm, and The Ray of Sunshine, but honestly, we’re probably all a mix of 2 or 3 of these, no?
"Those talons in my feathers, that sly tilted neck." "It's witchcraft!" "He's just dancing, Betty." "It's strictly taboo!" "Yes, indeed." pic.twitter.com/8o4HKnuSq2
— ARH Forester (@ARHForester) October 6, 2017
I just really enjoyed this tweet and I’m not entirely sure why. Sure, the picture is cute, but the writing along with it just tickled me.
— E. Denise Billups (@DeniseBillups) October 3, 2017
Amen to that! The short story is an art that doesn’t get enough credit or readership.
Someone actually purchased my first #ebook, His Sniper, & I'm honestly a little emotional 😭 My first self-publication & first sale ❤
— Miss Harley (@harleylaroux) October 5, 2017
This is a fantastic feeling that every indie author can relate to. That first sale of your first book, it’s such a delightful experience.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." M. Mead
— Marisa 🌼🍀🌺 (@youcanluvurjob) October 5, 2017
Great quote, especially in the current geopolitical and hostile landscape we seem to be living in throughout the world right now.
— Anne Scottlin (@AnneScottlin) October 6, 2017
Imagination’s pen. I love that. What a beautiful image that line creates, @annescottlin. Well done.
"Fall in love with the person who enjoys your madness, not an idiot who forces you to be normal."
— Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
— Francis (@Mr_FLComeau) October 3, 2017
I am lucky enough to have a partner that enjoys my insanity. It is inspiring and empowering to have that. I hope you all have that for yourselves as well!
— Writing & Editing (@WrtrStat) October 4, 2017
Go friends! Write! Expose who you are to the world. Expose every beautiful, terrible, loathsome and delightful part of you.
We’re off next week for vacation. Happy writing! Be kind to each other.
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