Weekly Writer’s Round-Up: Week of June 11, 2012

Conference Tips
Matt Usey with some unusual but helpful writers’ conference tips, via twitter.

On Writing
Writer Jenny Hanson on writing every day and how it’s empowered her, on her blog.

More Inconclusive Data From the Indie vs. Trad Stand-Off
Another Indie author whose self-published book went viral inks a deal with a traditional publisher. (via Jonathan Munson on twitter.)

E-Pubbing
D.D. Scott would like you to know that just because WordPress and Word document have ‘word’ in them, don’t assume they’re compatible when it comes to e-publishing formats. (via The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing blog.)

Social Media
On unplugging from the Matrix of social media for a break, via Kendall Grey on twitter.

Gini Dietrich at Spinsucks.com: 5 ways to measure social media efforts.

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5 Responses to Weekly Writer’s Round-Up: Week of June 11, 2012

  1. Jenny Hansen says:

    How sweet are you, Chris?!! Thanks for the link and I hope you’re having a great Monday by the time you read this. :-)

    • Chris Devlin says:

      Jenny, thanks! You’re the one who’s sweet. I love your story of how much more writing you’ve been getting done. Very inspirational.

      And wow, how early do you get up? No wonder you get so much done. ;-)

    • And I could not agree more, Jenny, with writing every day! You go!

  2. First, thanks for including Spin Sucks here. Secondly, I totally agree with Jenny. I start writing at 5 a.m. so, by the time everyone starts to work around 8:30 or 9:00, my writing is already complete for the day. It sounds painful, but the early bird truly does get the worm.

    • Chris Devlin says:

      Hi, Gini, thanks for stopping by. Someone on twitter linked to your wonderful site (sorry I can’t remember who.) I’ve found a lot of helpful info there already. It’s great for the online marketing bewildered, like me.

      And wow, you start writing at 5am? No wonder you’re so cool!

      Continued good luck,
      Devlin