She Tweets

For writers who are just starting to venture into using Twitter as a platform, and for those who are veterans. A place where we can share strategies and get connected.

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Latest Activity: May 28

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Let's Get Connected!

Started by Kiersi Burkhart. Last reply by Lori Osterman May 16. 22 Replies

Let's share our Twitter handles and get connected! I spend a lot of time on Twitter getting oriented with the real world (because, you know, us writers tend to live in underground caves) but also…Continue

Join Me on Twitter today for a Q&A!

Started by Karoline Barrett Dec 5, 2013. 0 Replies

Join me on TWITTER today at 2 pm EST as I do a Q&A with DJC Communications about my first novel, THE ART OF BEING REBEKKAH. @karolinebarrettContinue

She Tweets

Started by Patti Hall Jun 10, 2013. 0 Replies

Hope I'm doing this right...I'm @PattiHallWrite and I have been following everyone I can who is in the world of writing, specifically memoirs and children's books. I do get frustrated with all the…Continue

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Comment by Nancy Mueller on February 17, 2014 at 9:13am

Looking for all the help I can get on using Twitter!

Comment by Kiersi Burkhart on November 1, 2013 at 3:06pm

I'm so glad to hear that!! You're welcome, Andrea :) Good luck! (Not that you need it :)

Comment by Andrea Miles on November 1, 2013 at 3:03pm

Thanks, Kiersi! That's what I thought. Just read your Twitter Bootcamp article, BTW. Very helpful!

Comment by Kiersi Burkhart on November 1, 2013 at 2:57pm

I would definitely, always recommend against auto-direct messaging for any reason. Impersonal, yes; but it also comes across like spam. (And who likes spam email?) If you really want to send someone a direct message, then write them something personal. Genuine interaction is worth so much more! I'd almost prefer no interaction over spam interaction.

Comment by Andrea Miles on November 1, 2013 at 2:52pm

So here's a question for you - I have my account set up to automatically send a message to a new follower thanking them for following me, but its with the program and so the message goes out as "Thanks for following me! - via" Do you think that is a bad thing? It sure is convenient and an easy way for me to not mess it up, since I have no idea what I'm doing on Twitter yet! :) But maybe it seems too impersonal?

Comment by Rossandra White on October 21, 2013 at 8:13am

I just joined your lovely group, replied to @theandreamiles, and forgot to add my twitter handle! I pretty much suck at all this. @rossandrawhite. Hello everyone.

Comment by RB Austin on September 18, 2013 at 2:55pm

I'm @authorrbaustin. I've only been on Twitter for a few months now. Slowly getting the hang of squishing a lot of information into a small amount of words. Definitely not easy, especially since my last novel was over 140,000 words. ;) I tweet about all things writing and would love to meet up with some of you in the Twitter world.  

Comment by G. Donald Cribbs on August 18, 2013 at 11:59am

I'm @gdcribbs on Twitter. I tweet about writing, publishing, books, giveaways, WriteOnCon, and other writerly things. I tweet when I #amwriting #amediting #amrevising my MSs. How about you?

Comment by Dr. Shelly Persad on August 14, 2013 at 2:54pm

I'm not new to twitter, but I've never really gotten fond of it like I have facebook. I'm definitely open for feedback on how to utilize it better and more effectively! :) My handle is @OrgasmicalMed - can't wait to follow some of you ladies! :)

Comment by Alexandra Caselle on August 4, 2013 at 8:29am
Hi, my handle is @AlexandraCasell. I'm not new to Twitter, but I am always looking for ways to maximize its use. Thanks to my smartphone, I'm probably on it too much. :) The writing community is great. I've met some interesting people.

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