Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

October 25th, 2014

AnibalPachecoIT Periodic Videos - A lesson about every single element on the periodic table bit.ly/1zsMSYm via @TED_ED

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AnibalPachecoIT Record MP3: The easiest way to record .mp3s youtu.be/PF1BCg253bU

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8Amber8 Showing videos isnt integrating technology! “digital version of someone standing & talking” ha! @SOC54

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cpnm @wfryer says, Share your interests and passions and strive to become a “trusted voice.”

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“From this day forward, NEVER say again ‘I”m not a writer’ you ARE a writer now” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“If you are a writer, spend the money and register a PO Box for mail!” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“We all have a calling from God & are called to change the world through our gifting” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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Your fans should be thinking of you at least once per month without being overwhelmed by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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Anything a reporter would want about you/need when writing an article, put on your media page! by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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If you want to be a speaker or presence, you want to be on IMDB Pro, I got on MTV & Cosmopolitan, $150 per year by @VictoryaRogers

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Don’t ever assume your publicist is going to do all this work for you… it’s rare! by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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Write a 1 page press release for every book you publish! Include interview Q&A w permission to republish by @VictoryaRogers

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“How to Talk About Jesus (Without Freaking Out)” by @VictoryaRogers @KarenCovell @writesellwell

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“Record yourself every time you speak on audio & video” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Hold your book & talk about it when speaking: Not a hard sell, but a powerful visual message” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“When you speak at events, read at least 1 paragraph from it in your presentation!” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“When you speak at events, get your book table setup near the exit & be close to it afterwards” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“If you are going to be a writer, you HAVE to be a speaker” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“some of your readers don’t drink, so never be photographed with alcohol as an author” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Do all the research you can for your local media, your alma mater, all your local connections” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Come up with your influencer list - 100 folks you can send a free book to & get an Amazon review” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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I updated my Amazon Author Central bio/profile j.mp/1zsQBVK @writesellwell

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“There is someone in your life who is a techie that can help you w your WordPress website” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Buy the domain for each book title you write” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“In our world dot com websites are where it’s at - buy those domains first” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Everyone needs to buy their name on a website - if you don’t have it now, buy it today” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“If you are a writer, you could draw stalkers - be sure your home address is NOT online” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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Read “Tribes” by @ThisIsSethsBlog to figure out who “your people” are! by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell qub.me/ei4hnS

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“If you’re going to be a writer, you have to read ferociously” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“I’m now at the stage where I’m merging together different websites / my foci” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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Have a “life verse” when you’re branding yourself - mine is John 10:10 by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“For branding: Figure out your BIG WHY, your “life why” / Credo - write it down!” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“Busy people get things done - continually renew your mind & become refreshed continually” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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“When you want to become a writer, you need to figure out who you are” by @VictoryaRogers @writesellwell

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now learning from @VictoryaRogers in her breakout session “Marketing Your Brand and Platform”

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cpnm I liked a @YouTube video from @SteveTaylorTPF youtu.be/kp1E6eHoeG4?a “The Future of the Music Industry” - Steve Taylor & The Perfect

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.@cpnm I have SO enjoyed learning from you at @writesellwell this weekend. You have inspired me in many ways - THANK YOU!!!

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new author with 45 million+ YouTube views: “We’re going to find out if his tribe buys books!”by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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traditional publishers use agents as FILTERS - you must find & have a good one! by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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Self-Editing for Fiction Writers: How to Edit Yourself Into Print Paperback by Renni Browne qub.me/DMc3Pb

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Fiction writers? Read Writing the Breakout Novel Paperback by @DonMaass qub.me/x5maVj via Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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iReading: The Beginner’s Guide to Twitter j.mp/1smqTsj by @MichaelHyatt

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Looking for an author to copy who KNOWS social media? Follow @JeffersonBethke jeffbethke.com by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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iReading: How to Launch a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog in 20 Minutes or Less j.mp/1rAl5MO by @MichaelHyatt

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MichaelHyatt Get your time back: How to Create More Margin in Your Life mhyatt.us/ZQZgBl

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Most important book to read today as a writer: Platform by @MichaelHyatt qub.me/TmHsuj via Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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“This world is still run on relationships - so network your hearts out” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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gr8 writing & publishing blog: The Idea Logical Company idealog.com by @MikeShatzkin via Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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recommended: @DigiBookWorld Digital Book World’s Daily eNewsletter qub.me/qaar44 via Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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I updated @SlideShare slides for “Tips and Tricks for E-book and Indie Publishing” qub.me/orWKu3 @writesellwell

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“Few people can negotiate for themselves - this is a HUGE reason to have an agent as a writer” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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“You need a BRAND as a writer, who is succeeding in your category? Define your focus” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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“do your research - How many books address your specific topic today?” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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“read, read read - & write, write, write (the classics & what is successful today” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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“Words are powerful - and the world needs to hear your voice today more than ever” by Janene McIvor @writesellwell

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ucdjoe Free ebook from @wfryer on using the Hopscotch app with coding challenges amazon.com/Hopscotch-Chal… via @VisionsByVicky

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I am going to follow the lead of @cpnm in my own workshops, pointing people to my video teaching website! :-) pic.twitter.com/9Jx231Nzjv

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“Our family decided Sunday is our sabbath: Our guilt-free day off!” by @cpnm @writesellwell

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“I try to write every single day, & I start with journaling” by @cpnm @writesellwell

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“We have all probably seen more movies than we’ve read books” by @cpnm @writesellwell

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follow the “story arc” - beginning/problem - middle/attempted fixes - end/the solution by @cpnm @writesellwell

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avoid “Deus Ex Machina” qub.me/UwdXQF situations in your stories by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Always use dialog breaks for your characters (start on new lines for different characters!) by @cpnm @writesellwell

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@Ajay460 ok! That is very inspirational feedback to receive right now :-) thanks @cpnm @writesellwell

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I am totally inspired by @cpnm at @writesellwell to setup my own video teaching site w courses! pic.twitter.com/FrlmifAryx

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carrion_creates Love Want More? @EdcampRockwall is coming! Register Here edcamprockwall.wikispaces.com

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edcamPalooza Don’t forget to register for in Commerce, Texas on 11/15/14 goo.gl/T3CVC3

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TamicaCollard @TamicaCollard: I’m looking for fellow Texas to follow and connect with. Encourage your SC to get connected.

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septembergerety Love it! @mssackstein: If grades HAVE to be given, why not empower kids to grade themselves- bitly.com/1slLsVL

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“20 Master Plots: & How to Build Them” by Ronald B Tobias (gr8 4 writers) qub.me/QugzZ6 by @cpnm @writesellwell

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gr8 writer’s resource: Children’s Writer’s Word Book by Alijandra Mogilner qub.me/UAIALe by @cpnm @writesellwell

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tbbrwn Follow these great folks for info on using Minecraft in the classroom! @wfryer @TParks

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always enter contests at writer’s conferences! by @cpnm @writesellwell (you can say you’re ‘award winning!’)

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consider curriculum market as a beginning writer, b/c it often doesn’t pay well & the market is very open by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Magazines & curriculum are great markets for writers! Don’t overlook these! by @cpnm @writesellwell

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@ReadingWorkout no not right now - I’m listening to @cpnm teach a workshop about writing children’s books at @writesellwell :-)

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Spring-Heeled Jack by @PhilipPullman qub.me/12IGoX gr8 example of comics in a chapter book via @cpnm @writesellwell

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best book to learn comic writing: “Understanding Comics” by Scott McLeod qub.me/VoZMXP via @cpnm @writesellwell

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Nancy Drew series has been re-created as graphic novels! by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Graphic novels: Age 8+, Grades 4th+, 40-200 pages, manuscript 10-75 pages by @cpnm @writesellwell

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“the next big thing in children’s literature = graphic novels!” (written a lot like movie scripts) by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Young Adult Books: Age 12-17, grades 7+, 30K-80K words, 200-300 pages, manuscript 175+ pages by @cpnm @writesellwell

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“Reality Shift: They Changed the Future” qub.me/iaTVIZ by @cpnm has gone out of print, but he has copies at @writesellwell

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Holes by Louis Sachar qub.me/CERUMx inspired @cpnm to get a masters degree in wriiting! @writesellwell

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middle grade books: age 8-12, grades 4-6, 20K-30K words, 120 pages, manuscript 100-150 pages - by @cpnm @writesellwell

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read & study Newbery Medal and Honor Books along w Caldecott Medal & Honor Books by @cpnm @writesellwell

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“Fly Guy” book series by Tedd Arnold is a chapter book, but also like a picture book qub.me/uQfRII by @cpnm @writesellwell

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chapter books: ages 5-8, grades 2-3, 5000 - 10,000 words, 50 pages, manuscript 40-60 pages - by @cpnm @writesellwell

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OK - I’m getting VERY inspired by @cpnm @writesellwell to collaborate with my daughter Rachel on a picture book!

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your writing for a picture book should be strong enough so it can stand on it’s own w/o illustrations by @cpnm @writesellwell

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end matter - front matter: pages 32 & 1, p 5 problem intro, p 25 climax, p 31 upturn by @cpnm @writesellwell

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gr8 picture book following the 32 page model: My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann qub.me/rD7jcx by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Publishers will tell you they don’t publish picture books with rhyme, b/c they don’t publish bad rhymes! by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Learning about “picture book dummy” planning (storyboarding) from @cpnm @writesellwell pic.twitter.com/M2DNJkXXMu

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Listening to Chris Maselli @cpnm teach about writing picture books at @writesellwell pic.twitter.com/uEao9gSrMe

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downside for author/illustrators: publishers have to like BOTH your words & your illustrations by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Picture books for kids: ages 3-6, PreK-2nd grade, 0-1000 words, 32 pages by @cpnm @writesellwell

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sweet spot for picture books for kids: 32 pages!!! by @cpnm @writesellwell

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1 of my fav board books of all time! Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! by Sandra Boynton qub.me/BtOeuY h/t @cpnm @writesellwell

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Key for board books: Make them fun for parents like Sandra Boynton qub.me/s5egBV via @cpnm @writesellwell

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Infant book: White on black - just shapes for infants who can’t see colors yet qub.me/7H_kwC via @cpnm @writesellwell

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Many “board books” are “plotless”- they are “books to chew on!” (literally!) by @cpnm @writesellwell

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There is a huge market out there for “board books!” Audience: Ages 0-2, 0-200 words, 16-24 pages by @cpnm @writesellwell

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Now in a 2.5 hour workshop session with @cpnm at @writesellwell learning about “Writing for Children” :-)

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iReading: Fenced in: That unlocked Apple iPad SIM gets locked when activated on AT&T j.mp/1sjVdE1 by @gigaom

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