10 authors to follow on Twitter for writing inspiration


A famous and popular author doesn’t always mean an interesting Twitter profile. Likewise, an interesting Twitter profile may not always be a testament to writing talent. However, there are cases where these two phenomena coincide.

Below, we’ve compiled a list of ten authors whose Twitter profiles will not only captivate you, but inspire you and help you hone your own writing skills as well.

Follow these top Twitter accounts by author and stay in touch with the best writers of our time!

Of course you are reading the Alchemist. And Véronique. And Zaire. And all the rest is written by this sage who knows life a little more than the others.

Moreover, books are not the only source where the author shares his ideas with us. Despite his venerable age, Paulo Coelho leads a fairly active life on social networks.

Follow her Twitter profile if you want to learn more about life itself, understand her personality, and observe her unique literary style.

No one can remain indifferent to his flowing stories full of sincerity, wisdom and cohesive role models.

Perhaps she is one of the authors who is truly able to not only inspire but also teach writing.

Of course, you have to start with the theory that Anna lays out in Bird by Bird. However, subscribing to his Twitter profile will not be superfluous either.

Read his best quotes, personal notes, and new trends the writer likes to retweet in his News Feed.

The ability to create magical worlds that appeal to both children and adults is not this woman’s only talent. Follow her on Twitter, and you’ll understand that she has, in a good way, a knife for her mouth.

Additionally, Joan has a great sense of humor, her jokes are clear to most target audiences, not just Brits. It’s a nice twitter to read.

If you are a Harry Potter fan be sure to follow. If you want to see how one of the best writers in the world handles words in everyday life, be sure to follow.

And by the way, his Twitter is also a great example of pure spoken English.

George Orwell, Eugene Zamyatin, and Ray Bradberry won’t forgive you if you don’t read Handmaid’s Tale. This book will either scare you or amaze you – but most likely you will feel both effects.

Additionally, you’ll want to visit his Twitter account to learn more about this author and his personality. And this is the right decision!

Despite the fact that Margaret is already 80 years old, her Twitter profile is very dynamic. Here is the life, creativity, thoughts and notes of a famous writer.

You can be overly impressionable by nature and afraid of Lagnoliers, cry with the hero of Green Mile and flatly refuse to read Pet Cemetery. But here’s a topical idea for you! If you still haven’t read The Confrontation written in 1978, be sure to read it now. Yes, you guessed it – this book is about a viral pandemic.

So no matter how you view King’s work, this person is capable of teaching you to write about anything. Her Twitter profile is a free source of helpful advice. And by the way, if you think the social media profiles of famous authors are full of intrusive ads, you’ve never been so wrong.

“I think being able to meet your favorite authors on Twitter or some other social network is one of the best benefits of modern technology. It is truly an ad-free space – there is only great literary art. I’ve been Stephen King for several years now, ”says Ben Grant, a writer who promotes his blog and his writing on Twitter.

If you’ve never been to Barcelona, ​​open Shadow of the Wind now and go on a trip. The master of the “book in a book” or “story within a story” genre will guide you through the narrow streets, past lives and other secrets born and dead in Barcelona.

In addition, Carlos will teach you to write in such a way that it is impossible to postpone the book for even a second, so that the stories completely capture you and supplant the present, with words so simple and wise that you will be amazed.

Follow his profile on Twitter and read real Spanish from a real master.

Of course you read “Angels and Demons” and “The Da Vinci Code”. Meet the creator of the legendary books personally on his Twitter.

On his Twitter page, you’ll find news and reviews, quotes and inspiration, puzzles and clues, and much more puzzling and mystical – like the love of Dan Brown and Robert Langdon.

Read just one book by this writer and you won’t be able to stop. Follow him on Twitter and find out what the author is thinking and what impresses him.

By the way, be sure to read his writing journal. It is at the same time the opportunity to see his style outside the book, to adopt something, and to understand that each author has difficulties, crises, doubts, creative dead ends, etc.

You are not alone in this case, and Neil proves it in numerous articles in his journal.

RH Sin is the New York Times bestselling author. If you haven’t met yet, it’s time to get to know each other. He’s an unambiguous romantic, but you should still read at least a few lines written on his Twitter. And of course, in his books.

Most likely, RH won’t teach you to write like Agatha Christie. But he can give you something more: he can teach you real values, the ability to love, appreciate and be loyal. Sometimes that means more than being able or not being able to do something else.

And of course, appreciate his literary style in every line he writes.

A keen mind and a keen tongue. Perhaps these two metaphors most correctly characterize this woman. She is a prose writer, a keen observer and a critic all at the same time – you will certainly have something to learn from her, even with the help of a Twitter profile.


Don’t miss the opportunity to stay in touch with your favorite writers on Twitter. Nowadays, it has become a welcome pleasure and convenience, which also means that you can learn from most of the best writers while developing your own unique literary style.


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