Twitter Me This

Because a lot of folks aren’t familiar with Twitter, here is a little demonstration in Plain English.  Thanks to Lee LeFever of Common Craft, the producer:


    follow me on Twitter

    8 responses to “Twitter Me This

    1. Mary Keegstra

      Hi,

      Was just at Society of Southwest authors, sat next to you, and promised to look you up when I got home.

      See you at wrangling with writing.

      Mary

    2. Hi Mary,
      Thank you. Wasn’t the Society of Southwestern Authors forum with Carroll Rinehart inspirational? Yes, I’ll see at the SSA writing conference WRANGLING WITH WRITING next month. Keep writing. Randy Ford

    3. Dan Davies

      Hello Randy,

      Thank you so much for the post on your awesome blog site.

      Dan Davies film ED GEIN, THE MUSICAL is showing at The Screening Room this coming Friday and Saturday nights.

    4. Randy. Met you at Writer’s Union. I realized we’d already communicated on Brainpain. Allow me to update status of my crime novel, Devil’s Kitchen: Devil’s Kitchen has now been released and is available on Amazon.

    5. Clark,
      I enjoyed meeting you and enjoyed our chat. I also enjoyed the snippet you read of DEVEL’S KITCHEN. So you do write crime, and judging from the snippet, I think you write crime well. Randy

    6. John David Krygelski

      Dear Randy, thank you for posting about my first two books, Time Cursor and The Harvest, on your site. My new novel – The Aegis Solution is now released. Would love to do a signing at your store.

    7. Hi David,
      I was glad to hear from you and about your books. We were forced to close El Ojito Springs over three years ago. I hope you continue to write. If I can help in any other way, please let me know. Randy Ford

    8. Alan Puckett

      Second Monday in May

      After two years, Fridays still feel good
      Conditioned response, I guess
      Now it’s the second Monday in May
      And warm already
      Phone off, I walk along the water
      My eyes are going, so I drink in
      All I can, while I can
      No time for chatter

      Those of us who cannot find work
      In this time of “full employment”
      Despite (or because of?) our years of experience
      Walk briskly
      Some stick to the paved path
      Others prefer the dusty trail closer to the water
      It requires more of us—we have to watch our step
      But who wants to stay on the sidewalk, really?
      A few make eye contact and share a smile
      Others wear earbuds and carefully avoid looking
      Anywhere but straight ahead

      No headset for me
      I like to hear the birds
      And can always turn on the noisebox
      Back at home
      Listen to the braying ass
      Whom most of us voted against
      Again proclaim his own greatness
      But why would I want to hear that?
      We all know he lies like a cowpie

      Bald eagle on a rock, beset by crows
      Eyes the skyline across the bay
      Last summer I saw one take a duck
      Right off the water, just about here actually
      The duck and I were both surprised
      You never know, huh?

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