Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Congrats to Leeanna...you won an ARC of THUMPED!  Please email us weheartya(at)gmail(dot)com so we can get your postal address.  The giveaway for this week is MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH by Bethany Griffin.

What's happening in the twitterverse?  Everyone's goofing off:

It's not just you...

Adrien Luc-Sanders from Entangled Publishing gets best hashtag for #editortips:

More wisdom and inspiration:

Other good stuff:

Sarah recently posed a question on twitter:  Writers:  Which comes first for you, the chicken (character) or the egg (story)?  

What about you?  Don't forget to comment for a chance to win this week's giveaway!!  


Kristan said...

R.O.F.L. at Alison Cherry's magnet tweet!

Oh man, so many good ones in this lot. Thank you thank you thank you for being a Twitter addict so that I don't have to. ;)

Leeanna said...

Character usually comes first for me, maybe because I've created a ton for RP?

Good tweet roundup... I like the one from @smoulderingsea on writing.

Linda: Book Ninja said...

I really love all the writing advice. Thank you for doing this since I'd never be able to catch it all. @novaren and @raecarson just made my day!

Unknown said...

When the story comes first, I'm more likely to write something. When I get an idea that starts out with just a character I end up feeling directionless when I write so it never gets finished. Which is sad, I have so many characters going unused!

Bridget Howard said...

Some of these were so funny!!!! I liked the magnet tweet that made me laugh!!!!


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