Monday, April 19, 2010

To Twitter or not to Twitter

I'm toying with the idea of Call My Agent! on Twitter, mainly so I can give you lovely readers an insight into my crazed day-to-day existence and what happens in a typical day at the office. Of course, because my identity is top secret, I can't name my authors but I'll find some way around that. However, before I set it up, I'd like to know if anyone would find it even remotely interesting. So let me know, either in the comments or by emailing call [dot] sydney [at] gmail [dot] com, if you think Agent Twitter is a good idea ...

5 comments:

lifeinapinkfibro said...

Don't do it! Biggest time suck EVER. But fun. I would love to see more of the way your crazy day works, so I say yes. But beware the addictive nature of the beast.

Jack Ramsay said...

Twitt away. Anything that shines light into the scarey dark world of literary agenting can only be a good thing. Unless it takes up all your time and you stop reading subs...that would be a bad thing :)

Cat Sparks said...

So long as it doesn't stop you posting information here. This blog is truly an awesome publishing resource.

Jewels Diva® said...

Join!

And insight into what happens would be great and plenty of publishing houses have twitter profiles.

Cath Harris said...

I would love to follow you on Twitter to get a regular insight into an Agent's daily existence. I follow editors and publishers in the oz publishing world for the same reason - an Agent's perspective would be fantastic! (I'm @ozalleycat on Twitter ;-)).