If you haven't taken the Twitter plunge yet don't worry, I've been keeping an eye on it for you. Writers you don't want to miss these Twitter highlights from last week! For non-Twitter peeps, the @ symbol indicates someones Twitter name.
Alice Pope from Writer's Digest shares this insightful round table discussion between agents and editors about breaking into the young adult genre:
@alicepope Check out this @WritersDigest agent and editor round table on breaking into YA http://tinyurl.com/25rnnx6
Here is a tweet from Alice with a bit of inspiring news about the publishing industry:
@alicepope Today on the SCBWI blog--In the News This Week http://tinyurl.com/25wzdlr
This Tweet from Writers Digest opened my eyes to how agents are being affected in the changing publishing industry:
@WritersDigest The Evolving Role of Literary Agents - Today I'm a guest interviewee over at Jungle Red Writers, on the evolving rol... http://ow.ly/18QVtI
My friend Julie was kind enough to tweet a link to super agent Nathan Bransford's week in publishing post:
@juliemusil This Week in Publishing 9/3/10 blog.nathanbransford.com/2010/09/this week... via @NathanBransford
If you aren't convinced of Nathan's brilliance take Molly O'Neill's~editor for Harpercollins~word for it! She tweeted this link to one of his great posts on first ideas:
@molly_oneill Writers, this is a very wise post & you should read it! RT @nathanbransford On the pernicious momentum of first ideas: http://bit.ly/bf0Oaw
My friend Eisley reminds us why every writer/author needs to have Google alerts and gives us a tutorial:
@EisleyJacobs Why you need Google Alerts: http://eisleyjacobs.com/v2v5
Did you catch anything great on Twitter last week? Or are you like a few of my friends who haven't taken the Twitter plunge yet?