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The Mysterious Case of the Semi-Viral Tweet

Tweet The Mystery Before a day or two ago, I had never gotten more than about 10 Re-tweets on any of the over 6000 tweets I have generated since I got started on this mysterious thing called Twitter.  Then, a couple of days ago, I opened my email and found a deluge of Re-tweets of […]

The Deadline Approaches – Maine Playwrights Festival 2014

Tweet I’ve been working like the devil on my novel in progress tentatively named Transit of Venus and have let the December 15th deadline for submissions to the Maine Playwrights Festival creep up on me. It’s taken all the effort and skill I have to try to transform my full length play into a novel. […]

Top Four Blog Posts From The Web This Week – April 20, 2014

Tweet Compelling articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have shared them from their perusal of the internet.  This week’s top four: How to Publish With Your Own Imprint     Good advice on self publishing […]

Free Book Trailer & Evolution of Author’s Voice

Tweet Compelling articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers who  have either created the articles or shared them from their perusal of the internet.  This week’s top four: How I Made My Book Trailer in One Hour, for Free   By Ellis Shuman How […]

Find Article Ideas in Pinterest; and DIY Trailers

Tweet     Compelling articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers who  have either created the articles or shared them from their perusal of the internet.  This week’s top four: Using Pinterest to Find Article Topics            Fresh ideas […]

Sheepdog Mentality and The Unimportance of Inspiration

Tweet  From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have shared them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is a short […]

Fly Fishermen and Comics in Education

Tweet Twitter or Facebook? What’s Better For Authors?     What Do You Think? Fly-fishing: An Addiction           Like A River Runs Through It? Visual Writing Meets Note Taking    Comics in Education If you like this post please consider subscribing.  From my daily copy of Paper.li ,  I choose four articles from diverse content sources […]

New Calibre Features and A Scary Spacewalk

Tweet Against Sending Your Blog Readers on a Space Walk w/o a Tether    Watch those links Calibre 1.27 eBook Reader, Editor, and Library Manager Gets Major Improvements      Helpful Over 75% Of Your Blogs Visitors Will Never Return: Here’s What To Do About It     Good Advice How to Be Creative in 5 […]

Slangy Characters and Tweeting Like a Boss

Tweet Do You Know the Real Problem With Slangy Characters?    Sage advice 10 Benefits Of Rejection     Buck up Teens Taught Me These 4 Critical Social Media Lessons       Out of the Mouths of Teens How to Tweet Like a Boss: Twitter Persona Worksheet     Twitter Tips If you like this […]

Knotty Heroines and Bending Vincent’s Ear

Tweet I Hate Your Book Blurb     Constructive Criticism What Vincent van Gogh Taught Me About Plagiarism     Van Gogh the Copyist? First Meeting Between Adult Daughter and her Birth Father    Split at the Root Want to Try Something Knotty? Five Helpful Knots to Save Your Heroine’s Life      Learning the […]

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