Montag, 11. Juli 2011

Tweets zum Thema Schreiben (36)

Hier meine Tweets der vergangenen Woche über das Schreiben und verwandte Themen:
Vor 1 Jahr in meinem Blog: Elspeth Antonelli schreibt ...
Neu in meinem Blog: über Schreibblockaden
Heute vor 2 Jahren in meinem Blog: sagt über Genreliteratur: ...
Neu in meinem Blog: Eine lobenswerte Initiative: Netzwerk Leichte Sprache
Vor 1 Jahr in meinem Blog: Die Sprachberater der TU Chemnitz loben meinen Schreibratgeber
Heute vor 2 Jahren in meinem Blog: Karen E. Bender schreibt...

RT : The WSJ on the crime wave in publishing, with a little mention of Amazon's Thomas & Mercer and moi
"Mystery became the top-selling genre in 2010"
Sommer-Wochenendlektüre, nicht nur für -Fans: Where Agatha Christie Dreamed Up Murder via

RT : The recession's surprise survivor: the arts jobs for writers to grow by 15%

interesting use of by to criticize reporting on credit rating agencies
RT : Scientific American has launched its long-awaited blog network (40+ science blogs!)
RT : RT : Reporting tool: recording audio interviews from Facebook video chats
RT : Read all about it! The story behind 's story, "My Mother's Lover."
"Das Urheberrecht ... liegt beim Urheber. Und das ist der Autor. Nicht der Verlag." Jakob Augstein

MT : Psychologist self-publishes his book on Paranormality in US...: via
Nice RT : Konrath on The Tsunami of Crap
MT : This week's rant--um--biz blog about whether indie pub will create a horrible overwhelming slush pile
Think Like a Publisher #12: The Time It Takes
Self-publishing: good for writers and readers explains why
RT : Wowsa! RT New application lets you sell songs within eBooks:
RT : “Entscheidend ist die Backlist”: Fuego, ein Independent-Label (nicht nur) für E-Books
RT : How publishing can profit from the success of indie writers | FutureBook via

RT : TWIT-TALE "I have to win SOMETIME" thought Marshal as he placed his bet. He was, as it happened, quite wrong.
RT : How Twitter Landed One Author A Book Deal:

No One Cares About Your Reading via
RT : How Google+ could end the practice of authors writing email blasts to unsuspecting readers:

RT : Good read on the growth of open access journals -