Monday, August 23, 2010

Expat Writers & Creative-Types: Missed Some Great Twitter Links?

Hello Everyone, I hope your week has started really well!   For the keen writers amongst you, here are some of my recent tweets that might interest you, as you write your expat stories and/or you write for business or pleasure:

Be Inspired: Writer, former expat, self-publisher Tania McCartney

A must-read case study about publishing: Aimed at writers creative entrepreneurs:

5 Tips To Maximize Your Book Publicity

Entrepreneurs and Writers: Thinking of stopping your blog in favor of email newsletters?

Freelance Writers: What Should You Be Paid?

6 Personality Types Who Will Fail As Writers: An Editor's Opinion

Writer's Abroad competition Entries due October 15th.

New book launching August 8th to help you create e-books for the Apple iPad

Writers: Selling Foreign Language Rights

Writers: Great Links & Info on Self-Publishing: Should You Or Shouldn't You?

Writers in Paris: Short Story Contest For Stories About Paris: 200 Euro Prize & Best 12 Published

10 Tips To Help Consultants & Coaches Write A Short E-Book To Attract Clients

21 Ways to Get Publicity and Increase Sales

Amazon Kindle Conspiracy: Chris Brogan Versus: iPad

Top 10 Ways Authors Can Use Twitter

How To Make Money Selling Your E-Books

Speaking For Free To Promote Your Book Or Business?

Should Published Authors Go to Conferences?

Great Idea To Get Your Book Into Chain Stores

Writing with a co-author, Chris Brogan style

Want to write about your life experience abroad? See Jo Parfitt's tips in Khiruna article

Build A Killer Brand In 6 Steps

4 Ways To Get Great Speaking Engagements

Writing a book? Agent Rachelle Gardner says to bore yourself with menial tasks to clear your mind

Case-study for writers and publishers: John T. Reed: A successful "folk-art self-publisher"

Is It Important To Keep In Touch With Clients, Would-Be Publishers & Allies?

What Should You Ask An Agent Who Wants To Represent You?

If you would like to follow me in 'real time' on Twitter, my Twitter ID is @andreaexpat, or you can just click here.  Twitter is surprisingly easy, once you take a look.  And I try not to overtweet. 

Best wishes, enjoy your day/evening!  Andrea :-)

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