Twitter is one of the most resource-rich places for writers. Lately though, there has been an abundance of helpful threads. So, I’ve put together a little digest for you. Enjoy!
Business and publishing advice with a heavy side of snark. (The only way to serve business advice, IMHO.)
ICYMI, yesterday I went on at some length about business and publishing advice for writers. https://t.co/lCKnBb5vGV
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) May 17, 2017
Need a kick in the butt to get your writing going? *consider yourself kicked*
Any question beginning with “How did you do ___?” can be answered, “By working my ass off for a long time and not giving up or whining.”
— Delilah S. Dawson (@DelilahSDawson) May 15, 2017
Not sure if an agent is right for your career? This was a helpful thread of the things agents can do for you. SPOILER: It’s a lot of the things many writers wouldn’t want to do themselves.
Sometimes, being an agent means reminding my clients, “this is my job,” when I need to roll up and play bad guy w/a publisher.
— Mandy Hubbard (@MandyHubbard) May 11, 2017
Any other good threads lately? Let me know and I can add them.