So who has a Twitter?

11 years ago | Alex McG (Member)

And what's the link to follow?
Mine's http://twitter.com/alexmcgaughan

I figure it might be fun to follow the twitters of a bunch of fellow web writers

Myth... Magic... Midterms...
Children of the First

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  1. Flak (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I have one, but while I mention my writing in it, it's really not just my writing and it's kind of embarrassing :[

  2. Chris Poirier (Moderator)

    Posted 11 years ago

    http://twitter.com/cmf_fiction is my writing twitter.

  3. Jim Zoetewey (Moderator)

    Posted 11 years ago

    http://twitter.com/zoetewey is mine...

    It's a mixture of writing and personal.

  4. EJ Spurrell (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    http://twitter.com/EJSpurrell

    Here I am. :P

  5. Alex McG (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Well yeah, I had assumed most people's (AE is one exception I know of) twitter includes personal stuff. I mean, it's not a highschool livejournal, but I'd think it has stuff other than just "new chapter" and "read this thing." I generally like how Jeph of Questionable Content uses his: however he wants, plus comic update info.

    Myth... Magic... Midterms...
    Children of the First
  6. Sora (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    http://twitter.com/sorakainomori

    Mine is usually for story update info. My personal stuff usually goes to my news section or my LJ blog.

  7. Alex McG (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    well color me mistaken.

    Myth... Magic... Midterms...
    Children of the First
  8. eikasia (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    http://twitter.com/cajeck

    But to be honest I don't really use it. Or follow it. I guess I should. Maybe I'd be more inclined to if I had more people to follow.

  9. Morgan O'Friel (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    *Raises eyebrow at the idea that having a livejournal is "high school."* I used to have a Twitter, but I never really got into it, and nobody really watched it, so I stopped using it. Is Twitter the next big thing now-a-days? I can never keep up on the latest shiny new programs, lols, which might be bad for me in an advertising sense.

    Morgan's Fiction Website - LGBT urban fantasy web serials, shorts, and more.
  10. Chris Poirier (Moderator)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I use Twitter only because it is an easy way of inserting writing progress updates into my website. I just use a widget and it keeps such "noise" out of the story feed.

  11. Jim Zoetewey (Moderator)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I don't know if twitter is "the next big thing," but a lot of webcomics and serials have a twitter integrated into their websites.

    For me, at least, it's a good way to keep people aware of the current status of the next installment I'm working on. Given a choice, I'd rather not put up status updates as individual blog posts when I could put them up on the site using twitter.

    EDIT: Hmmn. Looks like Chris and I said the same thing more or less simultaneously.

  12. MeiLin Miranda (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Twitter, I has it:

    http://twitter.com/MeiLinMiranda

    Mix of personal and story-related, mostly story.

    "An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom"
    http://www.meilinmiranda.com/
  13. Fanton (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Despite being a Victorian aristocrat, even Lord Likely has his own Twitter:

    http://twitter.com/lordlikely

    The Astonishing Adventures of Lord Likely - thrilling adventures! Amazing mysteries! Magnificent moustaches!
  14. MeiLin Miranda (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Via his lordship I "followed" Stephen Fry and was followed in return. I would be flattered except that he's following all 6500 people who follow him. So, not so special, me, I'm guessing...

    "An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom"
    http://www.meilinmiranda.com/
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