You folks seemed hungry for the previous #WriterLift Tips and Tricks, and that wasn’t even the real good stuff. So here’s some more.
I can’t say enough good things about #WriterLift and the #WritingCommunity in general. Seriously, I keep hearing how much of a sewer Twitter is. That might be true, but I haven’t seen that in the #WritingCommunity. Everyone has been an endless fount of positivity. Well, not everybody, but that’s what the Block function is for.
Suffice to say, I have to be much more careful who I follow now. When I’m perusing the list, I’m doing so on my Android. I’m not sure what the iOS app is like, but on Android, profiles on the Followers list are cut in half. And if you have something about writing in your name, something like “Jane E. Smith is considering maybe, possibly doing NaNoWriMo”, that gets cut off on mobile, too. So give those of us on mobile, 80% of all Twitter users, a break and put something about writing right at the beginning of your profile.
The last bit is—this is the part that’s so good I can’t believe I’m letting it out—is poles!
This Week’s Question
What are your #WriterLift tips and tricks?