Twitter Gems: January 21

I’ve been off the curation wagon lately.

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Just wanted to share some content that might prove helpful or inspirational.

Plus, I miss the short, condensed blog posts that I started with. ;->

Have a great Sunday.

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Jordan Rosenfeld @Jordanrosenfeld
If you use too much exposition, your story may feel like a lecture, and you run the risk of neglecting character development. #POV #POVBook

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Jon Winokur  @AdviceToWriters
It doesn’t have to be the truth, just your vision of it, written down.
VIRGINIA WOOLF
#amwriting #writerslife

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Jane Friedman  @JaneFriedman
“Patience is not about waiting, but how we act when things take longer than we expect.” —Paulo Coelho

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David Gaughran  @DavidGaughran
For all the people asking for an update to Let’s Get Visible, it’s here, and it’s #FREE, and it’s called Amazon Decoded: A Marketing Guide To The Kindle Store
https://davidgaughran.wordpress.com/2018/01/19/amazon-decoded-a-marketing-guide-to-the-kindle-store-is-free/

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“No matter which way you choose to publish, there are always going to be days where it’s just plain difficult.” — @thecreativepenn

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Jordan Rosenfeld @Jordanrosenfeld
Commit to your writing in healthy, manageable sittings. Don’t binge, don’t starve. #WritersGuide2Persistence #amwriting

 

One thought on “Twitter Gems: January 21

  1. “Jordan Rosenfeld @Jordanrosenfeld
    Commit to your writing in healthy, manageable sittings. Don’t binge, don’t starve.”

    So true. 30 minutes to an hour a day writing is so much better than trying to do 5 hours on a Saturday.

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