Book Marketing Tweets for May 2014

Here are a few of the book writing tweets and book promotion tweets I’ve shared during the past week on Twitter:

Is your book dangerous? Will it change people’s lives? If not, keep writing and revising.

If you tell a good story, people will hang on your words. — David Attenborough #words #stories

Here’s how you attract attention and sell more books: Tell Good Stories! #books #stories

As a writer, you get to play, you get to alter time, you get to come up with smart lines. #writers –

Sit down and start writing. Write one to four pages a day. Don’t worry about how good it is. … #writers #authors

If you have a passion for your topic and for your book, you can write a book. Start simply. … #books

Get your content and inspiration out somehow. You can always write a book later. … #authors #writers

Steps to Becoming a Happier Person: Read more books. Read many more books. … #books #authors #reading

More powerful than the New York Times: A single-author blog with a passionate following.

If you write four pages a day, you’ll have a book in less than six months. #books #authors

John Kremer, the Book Marketing Expert, on Twitter

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .

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