So, between one thing and another, last week’s holiday weekend went without a Twitter roundup, and we know you were all terribly bereft and let down. For that we apologize, and humbly offer you this weeks round up, in the hopes that tears of mirth will replace your tears of betrayal. Lol! (lots of love)
Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” was published 61 years ago today, and since then has served as an excellent way to weed out potential romantic partners.
— Literary Hub (@lithub) October 10, 2018
Live footage of our mentions after yesterday’s Ayn Rand drag. pic.twitter.com/ynPaMcYVTy
— Literary Hub (@lithub) October 11, 2018
my editor: how’s the piece coming along?
— KYK (@kristenyoonsoo) October 10, 2018
— ✿ Kara ⚧ (@Queer_Kara) October 10, 2018
I prob woulda gone for moonmoon too tbh https://t.co/7gxlK8cajf
— Sophie Meehan (@someehan) October 11, 2018
Finally F. Scott Fitzgerald hair makes it to the runway pic.twitter.com/mMxcHVBBOa
— rachel seville tashjian (@theprophetpizza) February 19, 2018
maybe that explains why they keep disappearing https://t.co/bvqhdpHGEG
— Irish Literary Times (@IrishLitTimes) October 10, 2018
I hate books. They totally suck. Detest them. https://t.co/eDlRC4KtEi
— Aisling Tomb-ey ? ? (@taisling) October 10, 2018
I just found a mint tin full of my children’s teeth.
Being a parent is gothic as hell.
— Lauren Groff (@legroff) October 9, 2018
How to help authors without spending any money:
• Write a review
• Go to the library
• Vote for their book on goodreads lists
• Add books to relevant goodreads lists
• Recommend their books
• Make a sacrifice to the old gods and ask that their book hit the bestsellers list
— Dea Poirier ? (@deapoirierbooks) October 6, 2018
tumblr text posts have a way of getting straight to the heart of humanity’s collective desires that is just. unparallelled pic.twitter.com/hyRQSdgo1E
— megan ??✨ (@quadlutzes) October 3, 2018
Working with one of my favourite source discoveries of 2018:
“Comrade O Comrade” by Ethel Mannin, a satirical novel set in the late 30s, which tells the story of a British communist’s quest to transform a Galway farmer into a Marxist revolutionary pic.twitter.com/fGxqfwzRUz
— Maurice Casey (@MauriceJCasey) October 10, 2018