I can’t believe I just opened a Twitter account. This is so dumb.
What are you even supposed to say in 140 characters? Maybe–nope, how about–still too long–GAH!
Whatever. I don’t have anything witty to say anyway. I’ll just link to my blog.
What’s with all the cat pictures?
OK, OK, I’ll tweet, but I’m NOT using hashtags. I don’t even get how those work.
All these other writers are using the #amwriting hashtag…I guess that one’s harmless enough. I’ll try it.
HOLY CRAP, like ten people just followed me! That, like, tripled my followers!
…aaand most of them are spam bots.
Why do people even like looking at Twitter? All I see are the same self-promoting tweets sent out about five times a day.
Wait, you can mute people who don’t do anything but scream “BUY MY BOOK”?
Heyyyy… That’s better. Some of these people are actually kinda fun to follow.
Wait–one of my favorite authors just followed me back! Eee! Must–control–fangirling…
Favorite author just REPLIED TO MY TWEET! Stay calm… Don’t blow it… Say something cool… In less than 140 characters… Is it OK to abbreviate when tweeting an author? Is she going to judge me? How else do you get under 140 characters? There’s not enough room to reply to her comment AND tell her how many times I’ve reread her books. Should I tweet her twice? Is that annoying?
Dude. I’m totally Twitter buddies with a super awesome author.
Actually, there are a lot of awesome authors on here. Follow… Follow… Follow…
And agents! Look at all the agents!
And #MSWL! Whaaaat?! Coolest thing EVER!
NETWORKING! WRITING COMMUNITY! TRIBES! CAT PICTURES! (OK, no, I still don’t get the cat pictures.) TWITTER FOREVER!