It’s time for another Who’s Who? (Also known as Who to Follow on Twitter!) These are just a few of the people I love following for all different reasons. For your best tweeting experience, you should follow them, too!
S.M. Roffey (@songmaiden) – Being a writer can be tough, especially when you face rejection after rejection after rejection, but following S.M. Roffey will take any negative outlook and turn it upside-down. I live for her #teamoptimism posts.
I’ve been living #teamoptimism dreams this week: my 20th wedding anniversary, a call with the amazing @jenichappelle, & cheering on the #SpecialOlympics—all things that give me perspective & hope. But how are you? I promise, if it’s been a rough one, it’ll get better! #ontheporch pic.twitter.com/8fJp8kNuaj
— S.M. Roffey (@Songmaiden) September 21, 2018
Tamoja (@tammy_oja) – Co-creator of #ontheporch, Tammy has such great insight to the writing process and is a true writing-cheerleader. She’s one of the people who turns up again and again in writing threads and she always has something eye-opening or encouraging to say! She’s worth a follow for sure.
Look at you!! You made it to Wednesday ❤️ Now lets take the rest of the week by storm!! (Yes I stayed up until midnight to say this😂) #cheernerd pic.twitter.com/X4wo73yp9a
— ⏳Tamoja⌛️. (@tammy_oja) September 12, 2018
Shanah (@bionicbookworm) – My favorite Canadian also happens to be a book blogger and one of her most-loved genres is YA fantasy. Imagine that! So when Shanah and I talk books, it’s usually a conversation filled with lots of exclamation points. I always turn to Shanah for a new book recommendation if I’m at a loss for what to read. (To be clear, I’m never at a loss for good titles, I just don’t know which books to pick up first. Shanah is my go-to!) You can also find her blog here.
Breaking my vow to stay away from my phone this weekend for this important update:
I just finished The City of Brass by @SAChakrabooks and I am dead!! This book is FREAKING INCREDIBLE!!! The world building, the complexities of the tribes, the writing – I can’t right now!! pic.twitter.com/Stf3VzgCUv
— Shanah 🍂🍁 (@BionicBookWorm) September 15, 2018
Jess Keating (@Jess_Keating) – There are tons of authors to follow, but not all of them post amazing illustrations just for the heck of it. It would be worth following Jess for her illustrations alone. Add in her wonderful penchant for biology and you’ve got a winning combination. Jess’s posts make me smile!
Who’s ready?! 🍂🍁🌻 pic.twitter.com/mQGmBSt2g9
— Jess Keating (@Jess_Keating) September 15, 2018
Jean Grant (@JeanGrant05) – Jean has been my writing buddy since our college days. (That’s longer ago than I care to mention.) Her debut historical romance, A Hundred Kisses came out in May of 2017 and the prequel will be out this coming spring. Even more exciting? She’s got a contemporary Women’s Fiction also coming out this spring. And, she’s got a contemporary novella lined up for 2019! This is an author on fire! (This is also a good time for me to rub in the fact that I get to read all these before you, but maybe that’s not so nice of me, so…) Jean is an avid #5amwritersclub writer and her tweets are a mix of optimism and realism (hello, parenting). Follow her!
Hitting “send” anywhere in the writing/editing/publication process is always nerve-wracking. Always.#amediting #amwriting pic.twitter.com/Fli1ViBJjr
— Jean M. Grant (@JeanGrant05) September 21, 2018
Also, if you missed my last Who’s Who? and you want to discover more great people to follow, click here!
3 thoughts on “Who’s Who? Volume II”
Eeeekk! So cool. Thanks for the shout out! And you really do need to read that book!! See…… the exclamation points 😂
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Love this series. I follow a few already. Will follow the rest pronto!
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