i've noticed WW is used by japanese or koreans i think it is like their #FF or something, quite the hashtag on twitter - but the writing community has adopted the #WW anyway, plowing right on through as if we could care less
so what's a ferret to write about with his new found resolution to write each day? i tried making my resolutions yesterday: i will not steal the remote; i will not chew the rubber buttons off of the remote; i will continue to teach the cat to dance, even when she doesn't want to; i will continue to laugh hysterically when my humans stub their toe; you know the normal stuff
but my bestest resolve will be my attempt to blog something each morning, and give all my adoring fans ( one ) some little tidbit which is not that hard a resolution, not for me, it's not even discipline really, it's just something that has to be done, and once started watch out, uh oh, this just in: Natalie from Portland, "Sam, get on with the story, you freakin windbag" me: thanks for that Natalie.
so why not a quick word about this wednesday thing we call:
#WW or #WriteWednesday is an interesting concept. I have noticed that alot of writers don't follow back, or shall we say are not good "list managers"... But let me tell you we need each other!
with the disintegration of the traditional publishing business eBooks and self publishing are exploding. we as writers need to support one another. it's important to not be envious of your competitor, let's face it there is a huge world out there and even if a buyer buys all ten of your competitors eBooks, it does not mean they won't buy yours... get over the envy, support other writers, follow back, and get a life
you may also like a short take on following back
you may like a piece i wrote on following limits
click here to return to Twitter http://twitter.com/samuel_clemons
Click Here! eBook Software Create Your own eBooks
DiCaprio Inception Inception (Two-Disc Edition) [Blu-ray]