Are you on Twitter? If so, you’re welcome to follow me. So many people are connecting on Twitter for microblogging fun, I recently even discovered one of my daughters there. Most of my Twittering is about writing, including my content-writing work at Squidoo.Com. I maintain a second account to talk about herbs and gardening: Linda’s Herbal.
A new type of Squidoo lens was developed recently. It combines Twitter with Squidoo, and is called a Twttrlist. Each Twttrlist contains a list of favorite Tweets on a chosen topic.
[If you don’t know what Tweets are, check out Twitter.]
My first Twttrlist was called Great Writing Resources, Tips, Twitters, and Inspirations. I pulled out all stops on this lens; it contains links to every lens on writing that I could find on Squidoo. Because it represents the work of many lensmasters, the range of writing topics covered is staggering. For example, some topics are mystery writing, writing children’s novels, ebook writing, and daily prompts. There’s much more.
If you’re looking for some handy writing inspiration, you’ll find it there.
My second writing Twttrlist is for those of you who may be interested in participating in NaNoWriMo this year: NaNoWriMo News, Tips, & Resources on Twitter and Squidoo. Again, I featured the work of other lensmasters as well as my own lens, Get Ready For NaNoWriMo.