Twitter is a goldmine of useful advice on writing, digital publishing trends and promotion ideas. It’s also a way to network with other authors and thought leaders in the worlds of publishing, agents and influential bloggers.
Twitter allows you to create lists of users whose Tweets you want to follow, usually grouped together by subject matter. Seeing the lists of others, particularly the lists of influential publishing personalities and sites, can give anyone involved in book promotion some great ideas. What are the thought leaders in he world of publishing reading on Twitter? Look at their lists.
Below is a curated list of lists…the lists that every self published author involved in book promotion and marketing (or anyone interested in books) should be following.
CEO and Co-founder of Open Road Integrated Media and inventor of the concept of author tours, Friedman’s lists are musts for anyone interested in publishing
Book marketing expert John Kremer has compiled a list of movers and shakers in the book world worth following.
Kremer’s list of valuable book promotion resources
Galley Cat, one of the leading sources of book reviews and publishing news, identifies a wealth of sources for book publicity
The influential publishing site’s favorite book review sources
The book and marketing guru’s list of Tweets and Tweeters talking about self publishing
A list of publishers, editors and influential agents
The founder of Wiseink’s favorite Twitter feeds
The online author resources platform is in a position to know some of the most useful feeds to follow.
The book promotion site’s up and coming authors. A great place to get promotion ideas
Author Gail Baugniet has compiled a comprehensive of the most influential book blogs
Our own list of valuable book promotion and marketing resources