When it comes to tweeting, I'm a novice.  I first started looking at Twitter a few months ago, and was impressed by how many really inventive and literary tweeters there are out there - and how prolific they are! So far, I'm following Gayle Beveridge, Simon Sylvester, Nanoism, and Henry Leland (Olde Yeller Cat), and the list is growing all the time.
    This week I was thrilled not only to gain a new follower, but to be retweeted for the first time.  The tweet was an extract from one of the song lyrics I'd originally intended to include in my fantasy novel, Discord's Child.  It was great to have evidence that a total stranger liked something I'd written enough to pass on to all their followers.
    I was also thrilled to be invited to read one of my poems at the Norwich Writers' Circle prizegiving event next week.  Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend, but I'll be there in spirit.  My poem will be included in the competition anthology, which will be available after 19th April, priced £7 including postage & packaging, from: The O.P.C. Secretary, Norwich Writers' Circle, 1 Stannard Road, Norwich NR4 7JD.  Cheques should be made out to Norwich Writers' Circle.  I've put the web address on my links page.