Blind Date with a Book

Author Tweets of the Week (4-6)

 

 

For this week’s Tweets of the Week, I’ve decided we will focus on humorous, inspirational, and poignant writing tweets from one of the best #amwriting tweeters in the business: @byMorganWright. For the first time ever, all tweets will be coming from one source. Here we go!

 

If you’re not getting bad reviews, you didn’t try anything interesting. Your writing is probably too blasé. Don’t sweat the bad reviews! (Oh and also, this is a great movie.)

 

Everyone is collective nodding their heads right now.

 

Hahaha! 😂

Haha! 😂

Whaaaaaa waaaaaahhhh! 😭😭😭😭

So true. Is this a bad time to mention that my book of short stories is available?!?

 

The other day my wife complained about how many journals I have around the house, and how most of them only have my scrawled notes on a couple pages. 🤷‍♂️

 

Fun! I love this idea. Quick story time…before my older brother was married and was in the dating world, one of the first dates he loved to do was go to a bookstore after dinner. He would agree with his date that they would both go find a book to gift to each other. He loved doing it and he felt he found out a lot about the other person from that simple experience. So there you go! If you’re looking for a date idea…

 

At first I thought this is really funny and clever, but then I pictured myself in that bookstore. This is annoying! It would be such a pain in the ass to try and find the mystery novel you’ve been searching for!!

 

 

https://twitter.com/byMorganWright/status/981204059045711872

Now this one is funny!

 

 

All right, let’s wrap up the week with some inspiration.

 

This is so true. It is one of the only professions that you can become simply through the act of doing it. The moment you start writing, you are a writer.

 

Make fools of yourselves friends! Be ridiculous! Be weird.

 

I love this. Persistence is one of the best qualities to lead you to success. Stick with it! Continue pursuing your passion.

 

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Have a wonderful weekend, friends! Keep writing!

 

 

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