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By LK Gardner-Griffie on August 3, 2011
The #Amwriting hashtag on Twitter turns three today. It’s been an amazing time. I came to be a member of #amwriting through an offshoot group, #amwritingparty. New to twitter, looking for friends…
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 5, 2010
My TwitterSister, Bling Babe, and good friend, Eisley Jacobs (say it like a pirate Eyyyyyezley) is having a contest with 10, count them 10 prizes over on her blog EisleyJacobs.com. Why is she giving away soooo many prizes?
By LK Gardner-Griffie on October 31, 2010
Excitement fills the air as a multitude of writing hopefuls get ready for the mad dash of words November brings. For the uninitiated NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and the basic idea is to start writing a novel on November 1st and have completed 50,000 words by the conclusion of November 30th.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on January 8, 2010
By LK Gardner-Griffie on December 24, 2009
Several months ago, I posted an article discussing how social networking, and Twitter in particular, has changed the solitary life of a writer. And as skeptical as I was of Twitter to begin with, I found it to be useful and a good thing.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on May 8, 2009
Today has been a somewhat strange day. I started off laughing this morning over a video by Jackson Pearce about the line editing process. Since I am in the middle of that process with Nowhere Feels Like Home, I can completely relate to it. So, the day started off well enough, and then as the day wore on, it started to lose its bubbles. While I was working, I noticed I kept getting email notifications of new people following me on Twitter. It happens once in awhile, but today was extraordinary. Being at work, I didn’t have time to check it out and see why I was getting so many followers. In fact, I didn’t have time to do much more than think wow, that’s a lot of followers.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on April 1, 2009
It’s been a few days since I posted one of my thoughts from the morning commute. Part of the reason is that I took a few days off and wasn’t going to work. I was barricaded at home behind my computer screen madly editing away on Nowhere Feels Like Home. Since being back to work, [...]
By LK Gardner-Griffie on March 20, 2009
I was chatting online with fellow author, Shannon Yarbrough (Stealing Wishes, The Other Side of What) this morning before getting ready for work about a post on Twitter. I noticed that he posted that he was staying home from work due to illness and commented on it as our communication continued. Then, as we went [...]