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Let’s Be Friends: Being a Social Writer—and How Publishers Can Help Authors Connect with Readers (Sarah Mlynowski)

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SARAH MLYNOWSKI is the author of nineteen books for tweens, teens and adults, including the upcoming DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT from Random House, theWhatever After series from Scholastic, TEN THINGS WE DID (AND PROBABLY SHOULDN’T HAVE) from HarperCollins, SEE JANE WRITE: A GIRL’S GUIDE TO WRITING CHICK LIT from Quirk and MILKRUN from Harlequin. Her books have more than 3 million copies in print, and have been translated into twenty-seven languages and optioned to Hollywood. Sarah started her career in the marketing department of Harlequin, and has embraced every sort of social media tool – from her own website to Instagram, Wattpad, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Goodreads, Google Plus, and even, once upon a time, MySpace. You can visit her at http://www.sarahm.com or find her at @SarahMlynowski.

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Let’s Be Friends: Being a Social Writer—and How Publishers Can Help Authors Connect with Readers (Sarah Mlynowski)

  1. 1. Let’s Be Friends Being a Social Writer and How Publishers Can Help Authors Connect with Readers Sarah Mlynowski @sarahmlynowski Sarahm.com
  2. 2. The Virgin Bride Said, “Wow!”
  3. 3. Fabio
  4. 4. Sarahm.com
  5. 5. Twitter
  6. 6. Facebook
  7. 7. Instagram
  8. 8. How Publishers Can Give Authors Social Media T each T ools L isten C onnect
  9. 9. Teach
  10. 10. Tools
  11. 11. Listen
  12. 12. Connect
  13. 13. @sarahmlynowski

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