Indie Author Group Twitter list

As many of you are probably aware, we’ve got an active and bustling twitter list, that we keep up to date and retweet indie authors worth reading, along with posts from our members.  Ordinarily, we’d keep the list in the Facebook group, but we thought we’d try something else.

Would you like to be listed on our Indie author list?  Follow the instructions below.

1.  Log into twitter.
2.  Follow http://twitter.com/IAGtweets, http://twitter.com/Kaiberie and http://twitter.com/ValerieDouglasA .  You can also find more members that listed from the group at https://twitter.com/IAGtweets/lists/indie-author-group
2. Tweet using the button at the bottom of this page.
3.  Comment with your twitter username, and a brief blurb about why people should follow you.  Your blurb post HAS to be below your tweet, and cannot contain any other links bar Twitter.  It’s ok to mention books by name, but please, no Amazon links.
Do not simply comment with your follow information – we’d like to spread our reach to others, and that’s where the tweet first rule comes in.
4.  While you’re waiting for your comment to appear, head on over to twitter and follow the others that catch your interest.

If this works, we’ll set up other ones.  It will work until we mark it as comments closed, so please check the comments before joining in and follow some people while you’re waiting for your comment to appear 🙂

*edit, as each tweet/retweet doesn’t start a new thread, as soon as you’ve tweeted, you’re welcome to comment!

 

 

Kai Wilson-Viola writes under various names, and in all genres. Co-founder and webmistress of the IAG site, she writes content on request of members.
She has written several books including the Ten Hour Marketing Plan and 12x12 - tutorials for social media.
When not writing, she can be found maintaining sites, designing themes, managing a charity called the Less than Three foundation, gaming, knitting or reading.

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