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AGENTS ADVICE-Y TWEETS
@RachelleGardner It's Mixed Messages Week on my blog. Today - contradictory advice on signing with an agent. http://dld.bz/aB6T
@BookEndsKim: Fun guest blog from @Christie_Craig about the writing advice she's glad she DIDN'T take. Check it out: http://tinyurl.com/2edo2sy
@RachelleGardner: "Focus on the content of your book. There’s nothing more important." Alan Rinzler on the #1 issue. http://dld.bz/hdE7
STUFF AGENTS DON’T LIKE TWEETS
@DanielLiterary: Today's SlushPile Hell: http://slushpilehell.tumblr.com/
@ElanaRoth: Don't say this: "Although I have a million stories in my head I was too busy raising my two children and working for shiny things."
@colleenlindsay: Phoning my office and pretending that I've requested your material in order to pitch me your book will make me very, very angry. #andstabby
WHAT AGENTS REALLY DO TWEET
@NathanBransford: Agents are not just gatekeepers: http://bit.ly/bZt4Hh
@Ginger_Clark: Now is the time of the agenting day where I type up contract comments to loud 80s music.
@gregpincus: Good post from @Literaticat - There is always a market for AWESOME: http://bit.ly/drEwJp
@ingridsundberg: Girls Just Want to Have Fun. Three YA writer's talk shop: http://tinyurl.com/2fes2v8
@CynLeitichSmith: Guest Post: @jtdutton on "The Problem of Sex in YA Novels" from Cynsations: http://bit.ly/aMDTg8
BREE TANNER TWEET
@onbeyondwords: Why did Stephenie Meyer write Bree Tanner? http://shar.es/mAh3W
@PublishersWkly: Clive Crook's confession: I was wrong about the iPad. http://bit.ly/9ELC7r
@thecreativepenn: How to Build a Literary iPad App http://dld.bz/g44g via @galleycat
@PWKidsBookshelf: The iPad has promise for high school use, but lack of remote monitoring and compatible e-books are issues http://bit.ly/aMegZG
INFO FROM EDITORS TWEETS
@ingridsundberg: Four editors share the secrets of a successful book: http://tinyurl.com/3y3y8c8
@PaulaYoo: Latest marketing report on the children's book industry from #SCBWI: http://tinyurl.com/2d8cxls
GRAPHIC NOVEL TWEET
@Scholastic: What's the deal w/graphic novels? Is it literature? What are the benefits? Our newest blog post: http://bit.ly/9iQYVz
@amithaknight: Important posts on diversity in #kidlit by @ehbluemle http://bit.ly/dxEGJg & @mitaliperkins http://mita.li/bojprY /via @anindita
@PublishersWkly: Motley Fool prediction: "Apple will eat Amazon alive," as competition heats up http://bit.ly/a62WVK
CRIMINAL WITH KETCHUP TWEET
@BostonBookGirl: People are strange! Idaho library target of "yearlong spree of condiment-related crimes" : http://shar.es/mz3FM (via MobyLives blog)
JUST KIDDING CAUSE IT'S THE ONION TWEET
@alicepope: 'Minotaurs The New Vampires' Says Publishing Executive Desperate To Find New Vampires http://tinyurl.com/38o8g36