There is a huge amount of news this week, and TWIP is bursting at the seams! Better get started. First off, very sad news: long time reader Travis Erwin’s house recently burned down, and Erica Orloff and Stephen Parrish have pitched in to create a website where you can donate virtual bricks to help him […]
UPDATE: Ack! They restored my feed again to its original state. Please disregard the below post (although please feel free to follow me if you haven’t done so already). As you were. Well, the folks at Twitter are definitely conscientious about dealing with impersonation issues. Unfortunately they didn’t notice my e-mail updating them that I […]
I worked things out with the person who created my Twitter feed, which means… yes. I’ve officially joined the dark side.
Hello! You might have been surprised to notice that there was a Twitter feed started in my name. Well, I was as surprised as you were! If you are the industrious individual who started this feed, could you please shoot me an e-mail? I won’t send the Feds, I promise. And yes, I know this […]
According to Wikipedia, internationally there were 111 Twitter-like micro-blogging sites in May 2007. Twitter itself has become so popular it’s spawned everything from tweet-managing platforms (Tweetdeck) to Twitter slang – “That’s a fail whale.” So what can authors do with Twitter? 1.) Tweet your book release dates. Especially on the day of release.2.) Tweet your […]
An abbreviated week in publishi…. Everyone should know about this: a New Jersey literary agent is suing some of my favorite bloggers, and the article about the case is here. Because it’s an ongoing suit I’m not going to say anything, except that I trust everyone to draw their own conclusions from the article. Jonathan […]