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Absolutely #starknaked today! Celebrating the UK onsale date of Release Me with some Twitter fun!

It’s finally January 31, and that means that the paperback edition of Release Me is on sale in the U.K. today!  Headline and Eternal Romance got the celebration started this morning on Twitter with an absolutely awesome hashtag:  #starknaked Love it … and why didn’t I think of that?  (In case you don’t know, Damien […]


How to use lists to organize and navigate Twitter

Let’s face it: Twitter can be daunting. Especially if you follow a lot of people. Maybe you’re an author and follow other writers, fans, publishers, agents, celebrities, whoever. Maybe you just enjoy the conversation on Twitter and so you follow a bunch of different folks from celebrities to local businesses to family members. Whether you […]


Twitter for Newbies (Part 1: Set-up, Following, Tweeting and Responding) 13

I recently set up a Twitter list for a group of traditionally published authors (myself included) who are selling new and backlist copy in digital format. (You can find us at https://twitter.com/juliekenner/kindleklatch-authors - come on, follow along! You may find an author you love!) In the process, I learned that Twitter is a confusing little birdie […]

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Blogshare day: Social Media Myths that Can Cripple an Author Platform 4

Found this fascinating post over at Kristen Lamb’s Blog. Kristen always has such great things to say about social media … if you don’t already follow her blog, check it out! As the Social Media Jedi for Writers, I am very blessed to be able to speak and teach around the country at various writing […]


Creating a hashtag column in HootSuite 4

This is a technical post for the benefit of my fellow students in Kristen Lamb’s social media class (which, by the way, I’m highly recommending!), but obviously I hope that anyone who’s lost in Hoot Suite (an app that I absolutely love) will find this helpful. Several folks have posted on twitter and on our […]