Melissa does radio: Our best Twitter advice packed into a 30-minute voice segment

Hi there. I hope you've been enjoying the writing, publishing, and social media advice we've been sharing on the Novel Publicity Free Advice Blog.

I recently had the opportunity to strut my stuff on Promotional a la Carte's blog talk radio program. The subject of the day: Twitter. From best practices to favorite apps to explaining the purpose of the mysterious hashtag, we covered a lot in thirty minutes. So take a listen if you'd like to learn more about how Twitter can be useful to you as a writer or if you'd like to hear the voice behind the blog, tweets, and Facebook messages.

I promise this show is advice-driven. I was even asked a question about my upcoming novel, which I skillfully dodged to stay on course!

 

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For even more great advice, visit the Twitter category on our blog. We'll tell you  how to get started with this social media juggernaut, how to find people to follow and how to unfollow them too; we'll even discuss what you never want to do on Twitter, and oh-so-much more!
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Emlyn Chand, President of Novel PublicityAbout this post's author:

Melissa Storm was born with a fountain pen grasped firmly in her left hand (true story). Novel Publicity’s mascot is a sun conure, thanks to her obsession with birds–and she gets to decide anyway since she is the company’s founder and president. Her first novel, Farsighted, won the prestigious Writer’s Digest Self-Published Novel of the Year award in 2012 for the YA category. She now writes most of her fiction under her real name, Melissa Storm. Learn more or connect with her her author website:  www.melstorm.com or via Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

Timothy Staveteig

Congratulations, Emlyn, on your radio cast. Your explanations–for example, about Twitter and related tools–are clear and concise. Thanks also for mentioning how you and I met in the process of becoming your agent met you on Twitter! Tim

    Emlyn Chand

    Thank you, Tim. Glad you enjoyed the interview. I have a live speaking event in a couple of days. Going to be in Ann Arbor by any chance?

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