Writers: Helpful Hashtags on Twitter

Crime Fiction Writer Sue Coletta

Okay, let’s talk Twitter.

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Social media is a necessary part of being an author in today’s world.  I belong to many sites, such as: Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Triberr, Pinterest, Goodreads, Google +, LinkedIn, my own website/blog, as well as a multi-authors blog.  I’m sure I’m forgetting a few; I always do.

Back to Twitter.

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Twitter is a great place to promote your posts.  However, with the 140 character limit it makes it difficult to get across everything you have to say.  But it’s also a great place to learn to savor each word.  To learn to hone your skills by saying the most you can with the fewest words– good practice, and a skill you need to master to be great writer.

Yesterday on Twitter, agents inputed their manuscript wishlists under the hashtag #mswl.  What is the #mswl? It’s when agents list the kinds of books they hope…

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