It looks like I’ll have to depend a lot on Hootsuite in regards to prepping tweets the night before. This isn’t a bad thing, but it has brought up a question: Do I try anything special or keep wailing away on the latest book?
When The Compass Key comes out (soooo close!), I’ll focus a lot on that book. Yet, I wonder if this makes sense for down the road. I have to admit that I’m getting rather bored pushing the one book and I switch it up at times. Honestly, I have nothing else to talk about on Twitter since I’m either writing or doing stuff that couldn’t be summed up in 140 characters. That’s besides the point here and I’m sure I’ll pay for mentioning that. My main thing is seeing if what I’m planning his merit.
I’m thinking of doing a tweet for each Legends of Windemere book that is currently out. Beginning of a Hero in the morning followed by Prodigy of Rainbow Tower, Allure of the Gypsies, and Family of the Tri-Rune. Each book gets a push and it helps me throw some variety into my tweets.
Another idea I saw was every morning making a tweet for a book and pinning it at the top of my feed. The only issue I have with this is that it depends on people visiting my page. I see it done by those who do a ton of retweets for other authors, so I think that helps them keep their own product out of the flood. I don’t tweet like that, which is why I’m leaning toward the first idea.
Anyway, I’m working on an interview, preparing tomorrow’s goal post, and doing whatever I can to make the week easier. Thank you for any opinions and advice on the ‘1 tweet a day per book’ idea or if you have any other ideas that you found work.