How to Create a Graphic Book on Twitter using Tweetbot

By now you’re probably familiar with the new Twitter Tweetbot, which lets you tweet graphic novels and comics with just a few clicks.

That’s great, but how do you use it to make a book?

I don’t have a very good guide for how to use it, but I do have a few ideas that I’ve been using for a while now.

First, I’m using it to send my graphic novels to friends and family.

This is the best part of it, because it makes it super easy to send your graphic novels over to people who don’t usually see them.

(I’ve even used it for sending a message to people on Twitter.)

And it’s super convenient for sending to people whose tweets you like, too.

Second, I’ve used it to write and draw a comic book.

This was something I’ve wanted to do for years, but had no idea how to do until I used it with Tweetbot.

I’ll explain in more detail in a future post, but the best way to learn how to draw comics on Twitter is to use Tweetbot to do it.

Third, I used Tweetbot on Friday night to send a text to my friend Dan, and it was a great experience.

It made the whole process much easier, because I didn’t have to type the entire text myself.

I just typed the first word and it did the rest.

(You can learn how I did this using my free course: How to Use Twitter with TweetBot.)

This is the first time I’ve done this with Twitter, but it was great.

I also did it on Sunday, and this time it was awesome.

I got a lot of good feedback on the comic.

I actually found myself smiling a lot more than before, since the text was easy to read and I wasn’t having to think about what was being said.

Fourth, I did a lot with my Twitter account over the weekend.

I used Twitter to tweet some stuff I was working on, including this comic, which I wrote for a new graphic novel series.

The whole time I was using Tweetbots feature, I was trying to keep up with the #TiltedAtTheTop hashtag trend.

I made sure to check it once a day, so I could keep my feed up to date with new comics.

It worked great!

I’m sure there are other things you can do with Tweetbots to get started on your graphic novel writing, but this is the easiest way I’ve found to do that.

It’s really fun.

The other cool thing I did with Tweetbus is to write a short comic for my friends and coworkers.

I’m currently working on a book about the life of a teenager, and I wanted to create something that would make fun of teenagers’ social anxiety.

(It’s not actually that easy, but if you can figure it out, it’s fun!)

I created a comic called The Teen Life, which you can check out right here.

(My friends have all seen it and it’s been awesome.

They also like it a lot.)

When I’m finished with my work, I’ll send the comic to my Twitter followers, so they can read it.

I hope you enjoy the story as much as I enjoyed making it.