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Entertainment Favourites of February 2015: Twitter for Writers and The Book of Unwritten Tales

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Book of Unwritten Tales
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Two very different favourites from February: Twitter for Writers by Rayne Hall and The Book of Unwritten Tales. I started The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 first before realising that that was a bit of a daft move. You could play it as a standalone but there are mentions of previous events etc, so it seemed worthwhile to go back. I’m glad I did, it was a great game! Twitter for Writers was also a great choice. Though a lot of it wasn’t new to me (I’ve been using Twitter for a fair while now) there were nonetheless snippets that were very handy and I can see that for a Twitter newbie (writer or not) this would be an excellent read.

About Twitter for Writers
Twitter for WritersUse Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books.

Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter – with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books. Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step-by-strategies for success – and even the embarrassing mistakes she made.

This book is a great help to any writer who wants to use Twitter as a professional tool without wasting precious writing time. Suitable for newbies as well as Twitter veterans, it shows you how to spot fake followers, guides you past the dreaded 2,000-follower hurdle, helps you throw a Twitter party and reveals the most powerful ways to promote a book.

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About The Book of Unwritten Tales

The Book of Unwritten Tales

In a world torn by war, the aged gremlin archaeologist Mortimer MacGuffin harbors the dark secret of a powerful artifact. Whoever calls this artifact his own, will determine the fate of the world.

While the Army of the Shadows sends out its best and most devious agents to discover the secret, the Alliance’s four heroes find themselves involuntarily drawn into the crisis…

Key features:

  • Humorous Point & Click homage to the RPG and fantasy genre.
  • About 20 hours of gameplay in a massive game world with detailed graphics.
  • Multi-character gameplay: Play as Wilbur, Nate, Ivo, and the Critter – in turn or simultaneously – and use the skills of your heroes wisely.
  • Meet numerous crazy characters – from two-headed ogres and vegetarian dragons to good-natured zombies.
  • Solve over 150 mind-boggling puzzles and discover more than 300 items that can be used and combined.
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Donna Brown
Avid reader/audiobook listener, fan of podcasts, prone to the odd Netflix binge. Mum to six crazy and incredible rescue cats. Occasional writer of short stories and poetry.

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