Writer Tweeps to Follow: April Platform Challenge Edition. Lara Schiffbauer made the comment on Day 4 of the April Platform Challenge that she'd try to follow anyone who included their Twitter handles in the comments yesterday, which I think is a great idea--and a wonderful way to maximize your social networking. After all, you shouldn't just be looking to follow people on a pedestal. Instead, make connections with people who are going through the learning process with you as well, and then, help each other as you're able. (Note:If you're searching for Day 5's task, click here.) Anyway, here's the list of Twitter handles I've collected so far. If I've missed anyone who's participating in the challenge, just let me know in the comments below. Right now is a great time to start connecting with fellow April Platform Challenge participants.
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