As March comes to a close, I think those of us in northern climes have found ourselves singing Let it freaking go, Elsa! We’re done with winter! But much writerly goodness happens when it’s cold outside. This month we’ve seen publishers engage directly with consumers, women’s issues become popular topics in novels worldwide, and the rise of crowd-funded bookish projects, including a bar and bookstore. Of course, there’s so much more. Take a look at this month’s top tweets:











About Heather Webb

Heather grew up a military brat and naturally became obsessed with travel, culture, and languages. She put her degrees to good use teaching high school French for nearly a decade before turning to full time writing and freelance editing. Her debut historical, BECOMING JOSEPHINE, will release as lead title in January 2014 from Plume/Penguin. As an editor, Heather spends oodles of time helping writers find their voice and hone their skills--something she adores. She may often be found twittering helpful links, sharing writing advice and author interviews on her blog Between the Sheets, or teaching novel writing and publishing classes at a local college in her community. Another favorite haunt is the popular, award-winning site RomanceUniversity.org where she contributes to the Editor's Posts. When not writing, Heather flexes her foodie skills and chases her young children. You may even catch her gobbling the odd bonbon.