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10 Authors Who Really Get Twitter

By March 12, 2015BOOKLAB

Twitter can be an intimidating place. Anyone can set up an account and retweet interesting Tweets and share articles, but who among us is actually creating original and inspiring content? We found 10 writers who are nailing Twitter at the moment.

Their secret? These writers mix up their posts: there’s original content and retweeting, philosophical meanderings, inspirational words, following a cause, shouting out to their mates (promoting) and themselves (self-promotion), photos and videos. But most importantly perhaps, they remain engaged and post regularly.

Perfect Twitter principles for any aspiring author – here’s the lineup of our dream Twitter Author Team. Follow, read and learn:

Joyce Carol Oates @JoyceCarolOates

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George Szirtes @george_szirtes

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Margaret Atwood @MargaretAtwood

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Neil Gaiman @neilhimself

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Irvine Welsh @IrvineWelsh

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Joanne Harris @joannechocolat

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Ian Rankin @Beathhigh

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Jackie Collins @jackiejcollins

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Salman Rushdie @salmanrushdie

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Alister McCall @McCallSmith

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Kate Nic Dhomhnaill

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