Author Tweets of the Week (4-21)

Hello friends! To kick off Author Tweets of the Week, I enjoyed this idea from @InventingRealit. Sell more books by carrying them around https://t.co/FjEOL3vYoW #amwriting #author #writer — Rob Bignell (@InventingRealit) April 15, 2017 I haven’t implemented it myself, but he’s absolutely right. You will find yourself selling a number of books each week if […]

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Author Tweets of the Week (4-14)

Writing Tweets Advice

  Let’s kick off this week’s Author Tweets of the Week with some shameless promotion! Great book! Worth way more than .99 cents but why not take advantage of this offer?! #MustRead #PiecesLikePottery https://t.co/UfqpcoQU4O — AmyTerveer-Manwarren (@AmyManwarren) April 13, 2017 It's like going to the dollar store and getting something that is actually *good* https://t.co/xPYTzgHgZ0 […]

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A Story In Song (Part 10—Peter Bradley Adams)

Peter Bradley Adams lyrics

This is post 10 of 11 in the series “A Story In Song”   I have a story in my book Pieces Like Pottery—”The Gravesite: The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery”—in which I experimented with a number of different literary devices. More and more readers have begun to notice one of the devices more regularly.  In addition to breaking the […]

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A Story In Song (Part 9—Janis Joplin)

Janis Joplin Work Me Lord

This is post 9 of 11 in the series “A Story In Song”   I have a story in my book Pieces Like Pottery—”The Gravesite: The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery”—in which I experimented with a number of different literary devices. More and more readers have begun to notice one of the devices more regularly.  In addition to breaking the […]

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A Story In Song (Part 8—Ray LaMontagne)

Ray LaMontagne lyrics

This is post 8 of 11 in the series “A Story In Song”   I have a story in my book Pieces Like Pottery—”The Gravesite: The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery”—in which I experimented with a number of different literary devices. More and more readers have begun to notice one of the devices more regularly.  In addition to breaking the […]

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