Tag: twitter

Dec 31 2014

How My Blog Was Found in 2014

Aug 30 2014

September 2014 goals and reviews

your favorite unknown MOVIE – BAND/ARTIST – TV SHOW – BOOK

Regular readers of these goal posts know that my last two weeks of July were sucked up with an unexpected life detour. Well, unfortunately, much the same can be said for a majority of August.   I’m adding “survival” to my big main goals. I’m still here now, though the same couldn’t be said for …

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Jun 27 2014

Midway Through This Year Goals

Half the year is gone! Can I remain on track for the next half? Thanks to my participation in this hop, I believe that I can. So here’s my current goals and review of goals from the past:   The BIG MAIN GOAL: Publish two decent-selling book series   2014 Goals: Publish something every week …

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Jun 23 2014

Express Your Latest Read and I am 9 on the blog of @TwiterHero

Children’s: BEARS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature (Amazing Animal Kingdom Book 7) by Emma Child I hate writing reviews of books that I do not love. I would give this a 3 out of 5 stars. It is alright, but in my opinion, they editor fell a bit short. There’s a certain …

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Mar 23 2014

Sunday Seven – Twitter Authors

A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add? Authors on twitter that I follow:   @lisamlilly @JohnAveryBooks @mariahammarblad @ZeldaWasser @BarbaraBrunner @sydneyssong @WriterJoMalby  (I follow many more authors than this- but this is Sunday Seven, not Sunday Seven-hundred!)

Mar 17 2014

A recap of my #twitterfiction day 5 offering and ending

My contribution to the current #twitterfiction is a series of tweets retelling Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” but with a Twitter twist. Here the ending you may have missed on day five: 73 #twitterficton I clicked on the times and dates of the most treasured tweets, pasting them direct links to the ones I …

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Mar 16 2014

A recap of my #twitterfiction day 4 offering

My contribution to the current #twitterfiction is a series of tweets retelling Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” but with a Twitter twist. Here is what you may have missed on day four: 55 #twitterficton the unread messages might attract a hacker! The egg’s hour had come! With 140 characters typed, 56 #twitterficton I sent …

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Mar 15 2014

A recap of my #twitterfiction day 3 offering

My contribution to the current #twitterfiction is a series of tweets retelling Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” but with a Twitter twist. Here is what you may have missed on day three: 37 #twitterficton He had been tweeting – “It matters not that I am an egg. It is only an icon,” or “Millions …

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Mar 14 2014

A recap of my #twitterfiction day 2 offering

My contribution to the current #twitterfiction is a series of tweets retelling Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” but with a Twitter twist. Here is what you may have missed on day two: 19 #twitterficton And then, when my favoriting was done, I unfavorited them. Now the stars vanished from his notifications page! 20 #twitterficton …

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Mar 13 2014

A recap of my #twitterfiction day 1 offering

My contribution to the current #twitterfiction is a series of tweets retelling Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” but with a Twitter twist. Here is what you may have missed on day one: 1 #twitterficton Dreadfully nervous, it’s true, I had been and still am. But will you say that I am a mad tweeter? …

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Nov 21 2013

NaNoWriMo-ing

I am still around. I haven’t had time for the gaming experiment. Life has thrown extra tension in my real scenes– doesn’t it know that the only tension I wanted was in my writing? My hours not spent dealing with the unexpected are all devoted to writing the story. I try to check in with …

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Jun 24 2013

Hashtag conversations

I mentioned how I feel about these last month. (See post Married with Hashtag) Now it is in the news! “Hashtags are an interesting cultural meme,” says Jonah Berger, author of ‘Contagious: Why Things Catch On’ and a marketing professor at the University of Pennsylvania. “They started as a way for people to find a particular …

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Mar 30 2013

Contest April 2013

PLEASE DO ONLY WHAT YOU WISH TO DO! Nothing is mandatory here!!! The more options you take advantage of, the better your odds are to win. a Rafflecopter giveaway Want to see YET ANOTHER another fun contest? http://www.shescribes.com/2013/04/the-notebook-ultimate-collectors-edition-giveaway-ends-12513.html Go there! (Ends May 12)

Mar 28 2013

Reader ThuRsday

            #RR is a hashtag which is tweeted mostly by writers. It stands for Reader ThuRsday. (As both Tuesday and Thursday start with T, the letter R often represents Thursday on schedules. See June 28, 2012 post on the hashtag definition site.)             The #WW hashtag has long stood for Writer …

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Jul 27 2012

A delicious appetizer

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