Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Twitter-tweet

You know, I just can't keep up with all the media that's out there. Books, movies, albums, articles, blogs, Facebook, Twitter... yes, tweet tweet. I tell myself I don't have time for these things... but the truth is, I'm always making time to absorb more. And I couldn't help myself. I finally caved and got a Twitter account. All of the fun comments my husband gets on his phone all the time, plus the challenge of the 140 character limit... resistance was futile.


But since I'm new to this tweeting thing, I need your help! Start by following @tsirachel then leave me a comment with your Twitter handle so I can follow you back. The more people there are in my feed, the more fun Twitter gets, so if you have any suggestions--like your favorite authors, etc. on the site--I'd appreciate those as well. 

Thanks!

-Tsira

7 comments:

  1. Welcome to Twitter! Not that I know what I'm doing there...

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  2. I have no idea how to use twitter, but I'm there! Haha. I'll go find you :)

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  3. I haven't jumped on the twitter train yet. No handle, anyway. I do read the weekly roundups on the blogs those. Good luck!

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  4. I resisted Twitter for a long time, too, before finally getting one. It's a lot more addictive than I expected it to be! Already started "following" you there. (I'm @edgyauthor.) :)

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  5. Getting my twitter account was the best literary decision I think I've ever made. There are so many agents, blog hops, giveaways, etc. If you write young adult, there is #YALITCHAT every Wednesday (you get a bunch of followers there). It's amazing. Welcome to twitter, I hope you love it (because now I'm addicted!)

    Finding you now :)

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  6. I enjoy Twitter. But were I to begin over again, I would make sure I followed more than just authors/writers/etc. The reason is, Twitter will continue to suggest more of the same to you. The point is, if you are using social media to aid in your quest to promote your books, art, or whatever, follow a diversity of people.

    By the way, you can find me @jemacba there on Twitter!

    Good luck!

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  7. Wow, guys, thanks! Especially Jeremy--that's good to know. I'm not just into writing; I'm also into music and video games and stuff, so hopefully I'll get a good net and not just a long string. :P

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