I came across this post recently, and I've written at length about utilising Instagram (HERE | HERE | HERE ) and Twitter for book marketing etc., so I was intrigued to read the converse argument. As it turns out, it's quite compelling... The is from a post on LitReactor. Social media. We hate it, but … Continue reading Writers Don’t Need Social Media – LitReactor
Any Twitter users out there? Join me today, as I go about finding the best time to Tweet. **This is a 2020 update to a previous post.** This turned into a MUCH bigger post than I had first envisaged, so here's how I'm going to manage this: Experimenting, and the tools and methods you can useScheduling, and … Continue reading How To Find The Best Time To Tweet [Lab]
The game is simple, One word to inspire a 240 Character Twitter story. The idea came from Willowdot21, and the word is oblivion. @steveboseley Tweeted: She was aware that he was carrying a knife. Walking in the park at this hour was ill advised. Still, it was the quickest way home. She could feel him … Continue reading One Word Inspiration #OneWordInspiration #OWI
What’s a tweet-story? Well it’s a phrase I coined myself. It may have been used somewhere else, or it may actually have a name, but if it has, I’m not aware, which to my thinking means I can coin whatever phrase I want. But what actually is it? It’s a story told in chunks of … Continue reading Tweet-stories. What the hell are they and do they work?