Writing tweeps I follow
Twitter, as we should all know by now, is an excellent resource for links, tools, insight and marketing for writers. Since I started getmewriting I have been relatively active on Twitter, and I have gathered a list of respectable writers and people who talk/write/think about writing. It just wouldn’t be fair if I didn’t share that list, so here are ten good ones. Take a look at their Twitter page and their stream, and follow these guys and gals!
By the way, they are in no particular order other than the order I came across them as I was going through some tweets today. Because I’m lazy very busy.
- Roy Jacobsen
- Dan Wickett
- Alan Baxter
- Joanna Penn
- Iain Broome
- Dana Lynn Smith (bookmarketer)
- Arjun Basu (Twitter-length stories)
- Tales to Bewilder, by Ben Burbank (more Twitter storytelling)
- Publishing Talk
- Sean Platt
If you think you should be on the list, post a comment here with a link to your Twitter page.
Getmewriting on Twitter
Of course you could always follow me to see the latest Getmewriting updates and links to anything I find to do with writing.
I aim to be more active on Twitter in the future and to that end there will be a dedicated Getmewriting Twitter account soon. This will be writing stuff only, so those of you who don’t want to hear about videogames, science and astronomy, skepticism or how great The Dark Knight is (that’s really, really great) can follow that account instead of mine. I’ll let you know through the blog and through Twitter when that is up and running, so check often!
The site itself is well overdue for a social networking makeover, so expect to see easy to use buttons for the major social networks as well as Facebook likes and a Twitter stream that promises to be very useful to all the budding writers out there.
Again, keep your eyes on Twitter and the site for news of these updates.