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Today on Twitter….

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  • 11:51 How much will I get done today and tomorrow, so my post-holiday pile won’t be ridiculously huge? The answer is: not enough. #
  • 11:53 Sending your query over the long holiday weekend will not endear you to me. #
  • 11:55 To deal with the post-holiday pile, I’ll likely end up spending less time per query. I’m not the only one who does this. #
  • 12:35 .@amydezellar Querying in December is fine (assuming agency you’re targeting hasn’t closed queries), just cut some slack on response times. #
  • 12:42 @amydezellar Thanks! #
  • 12:57 Dear Twitter: This bug that causes some people who aren’t in any way spammers to not show up on searches? Please actually fix it. #
  • 13:12 .@CPatrickSchulze In general, there aren’t best and worst times to query. #
  • 13:14 .@CPatrickSchulze Having said that, agents don’t want giant piles of work after holidays/vacations/conferences any more than anyone else. #
  • 16:50 Best. New Moon. Review. Ever. is.gd/526K2 #
  • 17:18 An interesting take (if one I disagree with) by @JaneFriedman on Harlequin’s vanity publishing venture bit.ly/5hB8qW #
  • 22:09 *facepalm* RT @victoriastrauss: I love RWA for its stance on Harlequin Horizons, but this…not so much tinyurl.com/yz8vhf2 #rwafail #

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Written by incognito

23 November 2009 at 11:55 pm

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