Friday, November 4, 2022

Time to share book tweets with fellow authors on Retweet Day Nov 9th #MFRWauthor #MFRWorg @MFRW_ORG

It's Retweet Day for MFRW on Twitter. All Marketing for Romance Writers are invited to set up tweets for their books.

Go into Twitter and create a tweet. Make sure to use #MFRWauthor or #MFRWorg You can share up to 280 characters per tweet.

Once the tweet has been posted, click anywhere in the white background of the tweet. This will open it and allow you to highlight and copy the URL.

Navigate back to here and paste the URL in the comment section of this post.

Each month, the RT post goes live the Monday before RT day. You can post your tweet until Wednesday of the same week.

Retweet Day is on the second Wednesday of each month. Retweet everyone on the list who uses one of the hashtags.

HINT:
To help people find your tweet, click the the white background and then the down arrow (found on the right side). Choose "Pin to Your Profile Page." This will keep the tweet at the top of your Twitter feed so more people can find it.

Retweet Day Rules

1. Must have #MFRWauthor or #MFRWorg in the tweet. (This retweet day is to promote each other and our group.)
2. Do not use profanity or sexual explicit graphics. Keep it for all age groups.
3. Please do not use adult topics for this one tweet.
4. Limit hashtags to three (3) per post.
5. Return on Retweet Day and click each link in the comments.**
6. On the tweet, click the heart and then the retweet button.

** To share a tweet, highlight the url, right click, and you will see an option to open the link or go to the url. Do that, and it should open in a new window and take you there.

Come back after sending the tweet and go through the entire list. 

PLEASE NOTE: If a tweet doesn't fit your stream, you are under no obligation to share it.

Here's to a great day of retweets!

Kayelle Allen writes Sci Fi with misbehaving robots, mythic heroes, role playing immortal gamers, and warriors who purr. She is the author of multiple books, novellas, and short stories. She's also a US Navy veteran and has been married so long she's tenured.

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    1. Damn thing is acting wonky. Anyway let's try this again. "Here's mine & thanks for the RT"
      https://twitter.com/BeckyFlade/status/1589323572257751041

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  2. Here's mine, and thanks! It's a steamy excerpt
    https://twitter.com/AdrianaKraft/status/1589936268011483137

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  3. Thanks!

    https://twitter.com/SeelieKay/status/1589999515917877249?s=20&t=EPj8Pi29PJBQeXOHPdKgpQ

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    1. Helen. I put you on my Tweet feed with your blog post. See here: Twitter: www.twitter.com/MJRobertswriter

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    2. I did create a tweet and pinned it. The link worked fine when I tested it. This is becoming more of a hassle than it is worth. https://twitter.com/history2write/status/1590161276164272129

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  5. https://twitter.com/JanineRowe7/status/1590318620772831232

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  6. https://twitter.com/MJRobertswriter/status/1590422240142970880?s=20&t=sHzhMkjVvSDjs5XCVvTAtg

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  7. Oh good, I'm not too late. Why did I think this was happening Thursday? Nevermind, here it is.
    https://twitter.com/readersroost/status/1590420032932438016

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  8. Hi everyone! I'm new to the group and this is my very first Tweet/ repost. I'm doing a FREE giveaway 11/14 - 11/15 and I REALLY need help getting the word out. Please let me know if you can help (all ideas welcome) and I'll reciprocate. Blessings.

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  9. All done... sorry to be late but... well, Life! ;^)

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