May 24, 2016
Amazon – Author.to/Adans_Amazon_Author_Page
Fine Art America – http://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/
Here, from yesterday evening into this morning, are my most shared or favorite’d (liked, hearted), and clicked tweets – what other people liked best of what I’ve offered.
With only one previous day of posting my Top Tweets on my site, it is still easy to see there’s some type-favorites: excerpts from my stories – and – a hint of the variety of what I have to offer also begins to become apparent (smiles).
So here, I present what Buffer, in their free stats for each tweet (easily seen below each tweet in my dashboard) calls, my Top Tweets. This is the icon I created when isolating them in my timeline on Twitter –
What’s interesting here is that many times, my good night or good morning tweet is a favorite! I guess the short summaries of what I got done or plan to do is helpful. I know it helps keep me on track, lol! 🙂
It would seem book excerpts are a safe bet, yet if they aren’t interesting, that shows up pretty quickly also 🙂 I’ve been releasing a new chapter excerpt from One Night in the Hill Country, Mon-Fri (78 chapters total) for awhile now. The final chapter excerpt will release early June, then all the excerpts can go on string or random rotations on my Twitter schedule (something I can also set up on Buffer).
This tweet appeared several hours after the one above on my Timeline, and had other tweets besides the Chapter 65 excerpt in-between.
This tweet, and the next image-tweet, of original images I have in Fine Art America, have gratefully been consistently welcomed.
This image, Austin at Night, tweeted six hours later, early this morning.
And this review, of the same book as the excerpts above, for One Night in the Hill Country, is by an American author, Mike Billington, living in Spain. It appeared a couple hours after Austin at Night above.
A reminder: all the links in the original tweets should be live here, PLUS, you can like (heart) a tweet if you like it, AND you can also follow me on Twitter – from this page.
Very neat 🙂
Thanks so much (smiles).