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Stephen King gets writers block on Twitter

chris
7th December 2013

The famous king of horror, Stephen King, has taken his first small steps on Twitter Friday afternoon. Despite joining this service relatively late King is a huge fan of digital media. In 2000, he published the worlds first mass market commercial e-book ‘Riding the Bullet’ and in the same year published a digital series call ‘The Plant’.

Hopefully he will be thrilling us with regular updates. His first Tweet read like this:

Just goes to show that even the best authors fall into the same old trap that we see time and time again, writers block.

It will be interesting to see what King talks about on Twitter, he could follow the path of fellow horror writer R.L Stine who last year pushed out a spooky Halloween story on Twitter over 13 tweets.

This highlights the need for a social media content strategy – let us know if you struggle with writers block or in need of some ideas on content.

 

 

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