@jennaelis: I’m a writer. I’ve been writing for a few years now but really started to feel that I needed to take a break from my daily life and pursue my writing passion. In 2015 I completed my first novel and have since finished two others. I’m currently working on a third and am loving every minute of it. But I still write, of course.
Ive been writing a lot of tweets, too. I make them up when I feel like it. When I feel like it’s writing, which is really all the time. I have a lot of tweets right now, and I love them.
Ive been tweeting every day about writing, writing, and writing. I love writing tweets. As a matter of fact, when I first started writing I thought Twitter was a waste of time. But now I feel like it’s a necessity. I tweet at least once every day. I’m excited for it to be over. I’m hoping I can get back on track with it.
I’m doing alright. Ive been on Twitter for about 2 years, and Ive been extremely active there. I started tweeting early on to see how it works, and to get it out there. It all started with one tweet that I did last night which said, “My book is finally finished. I am done with it. Now I can finally spend more time with my family. I can finally write.
I feel like I’ve had too much time on Twitter right now. This is a bad feeling. I don’t feel like I own my own Twitter. I feel like I am too busy to actually blog.
I think the reason that people see Twitter as a bad thing is that it is a very social medium and that it allows us to communicate and create a community that is very much like real life. It’s like a Facebook for Twitter. I think the reason that people take it as a bad thing is because it is too social, it’s too fake, and it’s too… it’s too much.
I thought I shared your first tweet in the comments section of the trailer. And now I know you’re not alone. You showed up in a trailer last Friday about a year ago and had a blast. You have a few hundred words and it is awesome. I can’t wait to see what you do next.
What are you doing next? I hope you are doing something awesome.