Writer Wednesday–Writer’s Road and Indie Chat


There’s a LOT of chats happening on Twitter. It can be daunting and overwhelming to decide which ones to join. There’s YALitChat, MGLitChat, Scriptchat…oh hell, just check out this LINK (from @inkyelbows) for more.

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve “attended” two writer chats on Twitter:

#Indiechat (Tuesdays at 9pm EST)

#WritersRoad (Mondays at 9pm EST)

I have learned SO MUCH that I plan to stick with these two. PLUS, the peeps on there are SUPER SUPPROTIVE and eager to share their experience and knowledge of the biz (and in a way I can understand!).

What chats have you been to? Which are your favs and why? Ever thought about starting your own chat?

Be sure to check out Deb’s response to the Sisterhood of the Traveling Blog topic of Prologues–Love ’em or hate ’em?

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5 comments on “Writer Wednesday–Writer’s Road and Indie Chat

  1. roguemutt says:

    I tried one of those once but it felt like trying to meet in a crowded subway station with all the stuff going on.

  2. Karen Lange says:

    Thanks for the info, may have to check these out!

  3. Lynn Rush says:

    I really like the indie chats. They’re fun and helpful! It’s nice meeting other people with small presses or indie pub bed. 🙂 True, sometimes they move a little fast, but I usually catch most of what’s going on. 🙂 *usually*

  4. I haven’t checked any out yet. But from mutt’s description, I may not want to.

  5. Akoss says:

    I tend to sneak in and watch what’s going on during #YAlitchat ang #mglitchat.
    I have yet to participate though, when I have something to say. 🙂

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