I follow Rachel, she’s of good advice, also very good reviews and interviews.

Something else to think about …

I recently wrote a few blog posts to help some of the people that I had met on forums to get to grips with Twitter. I said from the start that I am no expert, but over the last ten weeks or so since I launched Only the Innocent I have learned a lot more about Twitter which I’ve tried to share with other indie publishers.  I got some great feedback to the earlier posts, and some very interesting comments –  which have cast a slightly different light on things.

I have concluded (and am happy to be disagreed with) that as authors, we have to wear three hats.

  1. The writer
  2. The ‘brand’
  3. The salesman

In terms of Twitter, these are almost mutually exclusive.

The Writer

The writer in all of us wants to do just that – to write. If we spend all…

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