Author Tweets for Valentine’s Day 2013

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Everybody knows that it’s Valentine’s Day … but did you know that it’s also National Organ Donor Day and Ferris Wheel Day?  

Reach out to those you love; have a good time; and share what you have with someone who needs it when you no longer do!

 

   APE   Today, Your Guide to Book Publishing will focus on creating your book with Guy Kawasaki, author of APE-Author, Pulisher, Entrepreneur. Tune in at 6 Eastern, 5 Central, 4 Mountain, 3 Pacific and for our out-of-the-country members and followers … you are going to have to do the clock crunching for your time zone at http://rsrn.us/youpublish.  You can also go to the Home page of http://www.AuthorU.org, scroll down and click on any of the past five show—just click and you are instantly there!

Poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful. – Rita Dove

Here’s your Top Ten Tweets for the past week  

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Tweets are faster than a speeding bird … below are Author U’s Top Ten Tweets from the past week that you may have missed …

 

Success & Resources                                                                           

Mark Coker, CEO of Smashwords tells NPR: “I think we are at the very early stages of renaissance in publishing” pwne.ws/VB5yMY … FYI, Mark will be the keynote at Extravaganza 2014. He will have a special gift for all at this year’s Extravaganza … it’s a warm up!

Authors: NEW literary agent: @suddenlyjen of Donald Maass Literary seeks science fiction, fantasy, and mysteries http://t.co/FzCaSCJU

Apple highlights self published authors and books–very cool. http://ow.ly/huwRM

Author tip: 33 Ways to Get Help For Your Blog (Without Breaking the Bank) http://ow.ly/hA25A

Writing
Author and Book Alert: Virginia Tech study finds chick lit can affect female readers’ self-esteem. http://t.co/rdPmLsb7

 

Social Media and Marketing Strategies

Author tip: 3 Lessons I Learned Figuring out How to Create a Book Trailer http://t.co/u6jlfQRm

How to write a faster blog-good tips here for authors to get the book ball presence going. http://ow.ly/hpqKY    

INFOGRAPHIC: 64 Awesome Facebook Marketing Techniques, Timeline Edition – AllFacebook http://ow.ly/hoTXU

How to Drive More YouTube Views With Pinterest http://t.co/GVvMbX2x

Cool and Sometimes Goofy

Harry Potter characters critiqued the Super Bowl last night: “They had a Sirius Black out.” http://t.co/9civpImK 

 

Bonus:  Last week’s Your Guide to Book Publishing was with Chris Robley of CD Baby and BookBaby was a wealth of information on creating everything in eBooks, tablets, CDs and multimedia. Listen in. http://rsrn.us/youpublish  or you can download directly from the AuthorU.org website. YourGuidetoBookPublishing_graphic

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2 Comments on Author Tweets for Valentine’s Day 2013

  1. Lawerence Witry says:

    Since the release of the first novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on 30 June 1997, the books have gained immense popularity, critical acclaim and commercial success worldwide.[1] The series has also had some share of criticism, including concern for the increasingly dark tone. As of June 2011, the book series has sold about 450 million copies, making it the best-selling book series in history, and has been translated into 67 languages.,*

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    • Judith Briles says:

      Thanks for your comments … here’s what I’ve found at times with CS–inconsistencies… as in pages are “off”, poor cutting and sometimes, fall apart.

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