Well, I don't know that personally, but I certainly enjoy the musings and information provided by mystery author Elizabeth Spann Craig. Her blog has been a valuable resource for me. It's not only what she writes at her blog, but it's also what she tweets @elizabethscraig.
On any given day, I may forward a dozen of Craig's Tweets to my inbox to read later. She shares a wealth of information from a variety of bloggers, writers, authors and agents. If you only followed one person on Twitter, I would say: Follow @elizabethscraig.
I couldn't resist clicking through to a few of the links in her Tweets as I wrote this. Her blog offers a page of Twitterific Archives #1 and #2.
Oh and it gets even better.
Have you heard of the Writer's Knowledge Base. The Search Engine for Writers.
Craig says at Writer's Knowledge Base:
Besides writing I also scour the web looking for the best articles on writing. I tweet links to the content I find and add them to the collection here on the WKB so that you can find them at Google-like speed.There are links to hot topics like characters, settings, plot, getting published, random and popular.
I used the search box by typing in memoir and received 682 results.
Craig is a one-woman resource for writers. I'm thankful I found her on Twitter. She is extremely talented and helpful.