Sara Megibow @SaraMegibow · 1 Apr 2014

Marketing Tip: Include upcoming appearances on your website. @Sarah_Skilton does this very well = sarahskilton.com/upcoming-appea… #PubTip

Sara Megibow @SaraMegibow · 31 Mar 2014

Trade reviews: If book not reviewed by PW (or Kirkus, SLJ, etc) = cuz reviewer chose not to review not cuz publisher didn't submit. #pubtip

Sara Megibow @SaraMegibow · 31 Mar 2014

Trade reviews: Publisher submits manuscript to reviewer and reviewer decides who to review (and how). #pubtip

Laura Zats @LZats · 28 Mar 2014

#pubtip: a good log line will make me req a MS I was originally on the fence about. It's the only thing that pushes it in your favor.

Laura Zats @LZats · 27 Mar 2014

#pubtip: Showing vs. telling extends to your query, too.

Susan Hawk @susanhawk · 26 Mar 2014

Writing query letter as your character: it might be cute, but it doesn't give me a sense of the writer, aside from their character. #pubtip

World Weaver Press @WorldWeaver_wwp · 25 Mar 2014

We accept regular queries for SF/F/PNR (w or w/o romance) in Feb, Jun, Sep annually. Details: wp.me/P1MwOr-14 #pubtip

Mary C. Moore @Mary_C_Moore · 25 Mar 2014

Useful info for sharing book covers on social media sites-cheat sheet for best image sizes: mediabistro.com/alltwitter/soc… #pubtip #authors

Mary C. Moore @Mary_C_Moore · 24 Mar 2014

Update: FB Pages aren't the place to invest your time promoting your writing/yourself/your author brand: slate.com/blogs/future_t… #pubtip

Laura Zats @LZats · 24 Mar 2014

#pubtip: you don't need to tell me what themes are in your novel. I can figure it out myself. Promise.