Sunday, May 10, 2009

I take my assignments seriously!

Part of the Blog Book Tours class that I'm taking involves creating a Twitter account and learning how to effectively network and promote in that format. So, I've been spending quite a lot of time playing with and thinking about Twitter in the last few days.

Last night? I dreamed about it.

I had the strangest dream last night in which I was walking around town and noticed that Twitter ID names were standing around, leaned up against street lights or trees, coummunity bicycle style. They were there for anyone to use who needed to send a Twitter message and wasn't at home to do it. It was so bizzare - the words were actually about the SIZE of a bicycle, and just leaning there, kind of like Sesame Street.

Since I brought it up anyway, I should introduce my Twitter and invite anyone who would like to, to follow me!


Galen Kindley said...

Ha! Very clever post, Elle. I know you're a committed Blogger, but dreaming is taking it to another level. You should be the group winner for highest commitment level!


Karen Walker said...

Hi Elle,
Your dream cracked me up. I dreamt last night about book reviewers. A teeny little old man who smelled funny was about to share his review of my memoir when I woke up. Twitter lights big as bicycles. That's great.


Patricia Stoltey said...

Geesh -- and I thought my dreams were weird. Twitter IDs and little old men who smell funny are even better than a grizzly bear. Fun post.


AlanChinWriter said...

Thanks for sharing your dreams. I often dream about work, most about what's on my todo list and how the hell I'll ever get it done.

That's when I know I'm taking it all much too seriously.

Enjoy your dreams.
alan chin
author of Island Song,

Alexis Grant said...

That dream reminded me of this Twitter video... Now that you're a Twitterer, you'll find it hilarious!

I was reluctant to join Twitter but now LOVE it. It's honestly where I get so many of my ideas, and I've connected with lots of other writers. Glad to see you there!

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Wow, I'm impressed! You're a really dedicated student to be thinking about blogging and tweeting even in your subconscious. That's great!

Jina Bacarr said...

Great post, Elle. All I have to say is:

"Tweet Dreams!"


Elle Parker said...

You guys are too funny! There is nothing like posting the absurd to bring out the absurd in everyone else!


K. A. Laity said...

I think you scratch a writer and you find the absurd lurking not far below. I have to admit they're seldom useful apart from telling me what's filling my head at any given time. I do find that I get solutions to problems once I awake, but not often within a dream.

Jennifer Taggart, TheSmartMama said...

Twitter nightmares . . . how funny. I think we are all dreaming about blog book tours and social media now . . .