Starting January 25 and continuing through February 8, Kristen McLean (@BKGKristen) and I (@KatMeyer) be hosting #ARDay twitter conversations featuring speakers from Author (R)evolution Day.
This Friday’s #ARDay tweetchat topic is “The Benefits of Bookish Community Participation and Building” and features Allen Lau, Mark Jeffrey, Jesse Potash, and Rob Eagar. They’ll be available to answer your questions, hear your thoughts, and tackle the topic of community from every possible angle they can cover in 140 characters or less!
The full #ARDay tweetchat schedule is listed below (along with guests’ twitter IDs). To participate, just search for and follow the #ARDay hashtag. Submit your comments and questions by adding #ARDay to your tweets. (Tweetchat.com is a great way to keep track of just the tweets pertaining to #ARDay Fridays).
FYI – This mini-series of #ARDay tweet chats will be standing in for #FollowReader for next few weeks.
Friday 1/25 topic – The Benefits of Bookish Community Building for Authors
- WattPad’s Allen Lau (@allenlau)
- Mark Jeffrey (@markjeffrey), author of the Max Quick series and serial entrepreneur
- Jesse Potash of Publush (@pubslush)
- Rob Eagar of Wild Fire Marketing (@robeagar).
Friday 2/1 topic – Author Skills for the New Publishing Reality
- Porter Anderson (@Porter_Anderson)
- Eve Bridburg (@eve_grubstreet) of Grubstreet
- Kate Pullinger (@katepullinger)
- Jason Allen Ashlock (@jasonashlock)
Friday 2/8 topic: Lean publishing for Authors
- LeanPub’s Peter Armstrong (@peterarmstrong)