#WritingTip – Why Writers Should Be on Twitter

MFA & Beyond

New and old writers are discovering social media is a must-have for the modern-day author’s lifestyle. Some of us have adapted to the art of interacting online as part of everyday life. For the rest of us, the idea is daunting and, at times, feels like it has a massive learning curve. With a plethora of choices such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and so on, it can leave an author asking which one to pick. At the end of the day, whether you publish traditionally, take the indie author hybrid route, or self-publish, you need a social media presence.

We are in the age of technology which drastically changes how the book industry works. With these changes, we, the modern writer, get to talk to our readers, see their responses, and at times, this transparency can be both scary and intimidating.

Agents and publishers want to know who we are…

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