I know several of us are having mixed emotions about Twitter right now. Twitter is an incredibly powerful free marketing tool. Its current leadership is fairly chaotic.

I’m still of the mindset that I’m going to use Twitter for as much marketing as I can while I can. Life is always changing – look at how people are now using ChatGPT to publish books and write short stories. A well-known science fiction magazine had to shut down submissions because they were deluged with awful AI story submissions. Our world as writers is evolving quickly. So we need to grab what we can while we can.

Our Sutton Twitter feed is here:

I just made promotions for 50 of our books. Please like and retweet a bunch of them – whichever ones appeal to you and your audience. If you don’t have a Twitter account yet and are comfortable having one, please consider making one to help support our efforts. You can just retweet our charity-supporting compilations if you want. Every retweet helps.

If you’re on Twitter and I didn’t tag you for your book, or I didn’t post about your book, please let me know. I’ll add you into the promotion list.

I have an entire book on how to best use Twitter. If you’d like a free PDF of it, let me know and I’ll send it along.

If you hadn’t heard about the ChatGPT issue with Clarkesworld magazine, details are here:

Reminder that the next meeting of our Sutton Writing Group is Thursday March 9th from 6-7:45pm! At the Sutton library!

Ask with any questions!

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