Literary Wonders! and The Author’s Hideaway has declared today Twitterific Thursday. Every Thursday, you will find a list of ten (10) “Tweeters” or “Tweeples” in the literary and publishing industry that you should be following. Please note that the list changes every week.
If you would like your Twitter ID added to our growing list, please email us your Twitter ID to email@example.com. Please limit your IDs to those that pertain to the industry ONLY. Now, Get your Tweet on!
@lwkids - Literary Wonders Kids! is an extension of Literary Wonders! We educate and encourage literacy through reading and creative writing for children 8-21. http://www.literarywonderskids.com
@PublishersWkly - The international magazine of bookselling and publishinghttp://publishersweekly.com
@candacekthe1 - Web and Design Diva; Beauty Connoisseur, UX Enthusiast, Music Lover, etc.
@MelissaLBennett - http://www.ccediting.com
@AP Stylebook - The essential style guide for journalists. Ask the Editor remains the best place to take specific style questions: bit.ly/14CdnWhttp://www.apstylebook.com/
@SubvCopyEd - Carol Fisher Saller, editor of The Chicago Manual of Style Online Q&A and author of The Subversive Copy Editor and Eddie's Warhttp://www.subversivecopyeditor.com/blog/
@ChicagoManual - Clear, concise, and replete with commonsense advice, I offer the wisdom of a hundred years of editorial practice.http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html
@Copyediting - Tips for editors of books, newspapers, magazines, and corporate communications. Copyeditors unite! http://copyediting.com
@APA_Style - Official tweet companion to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, sixth edition http://blog.apastyle.orghttp://apastyle.org
@carleenbrice - My first novel Orange Mint and Honey was made into a LMN movie starring Jill Scott. My 2nd novel Children of the Waters was called sparkling & compelling. http://www.carleenbrice.com