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Twitter Here, Twitter There

Okay, so I didn’t find time to change the website yet. Disappointing, I know. Son got sick this week, so he’s missed school the past two days. Plus I’ve been busy with secret work… really, I have. I know that seems unlikely, since I have nothing to show for it. But it’s all in the works, seriously. My brain is a stockpot of projects right now; if I don’t burn the contents, you’ll see the results soon—probably by Sunday. Hopefully. Maybe. Don’t hold your breath.

Anyway, to give you your money’s worth, I’ll share some interesting links from this week. For awhile now I’ve subscribed to the Writer’s Digest blog, “There Are No Rules” by Jane Friedman. She always provides helpful information, and she just started a new feature called “Best Tweets for Writers.” It’s perfect for people like me who refuse to try fads until they’re obsolete haven’t yet signed up for Twitter (it’s only a matter of time. Sigh). Now I can receive Twitter’s writing highlights in one email.

Speaking of Twitter (it’s EVERYWHERE), literary agent Rachelle Gardner posted her collection of Tweets from QueryDay. So if you would like valuable query tidbits—140 characters or less!—check out her post here.

My new mantra: I can’t get sick! I won’t get sick! I can’t get sick! I won’t get sick!  Yeah, I know I have little say in the matter. But since I have big plans for Monday and Tuesday, I’m praying that God will keep me healthy for the sake of the big plans—which are so much bigger than little ol’ me.

Would anyone like to share news or accomplishments? Cuz frankly, I could use some good frolickin’.*

Have a great weekend, everyone!

*I read the same CARS book to Son about fifty times today. After talking like Tow Mater all day, even my thoughts have Southern accents.

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2 thoughts on “Twitter Here, Twitter There

  1. Love your comment about twitter. I think I’m a little like you that way. I still don’t have a blog, don’t do facebook yet, and truly haven’t joined the twitter craze.

    Hope you don’t get sick. See you SOON.

  2. I totally agree with you! If I wasn’t “marketing,” I’d probably avoid technology altogether! Except for email, cell phones, word processors… oh, nevermind. 😉

    Thanks for the well-wishes! Doctor says that my son just has a cold, but she prescribed some decongestant and cough suppressant, so hopefully that helps him feel better.

    It was great to see you today! Thanks again for everything!

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