Happy Monday! (Or whatever day it is when you’re reading this but at the time of writing it is Monday.)
Here are nine extremely amusing literature-related tweets from the last week to have you chuckling, chortling, hooting, crowing, giggling, snorting and otherwise expressing mirth for the rest of your day.
just twitter searched “peachquel” and i am NOT the first…..but i have spoken….we have spoken
— Perfume Genius (@perfumegenius) October 10, 2018
this is orcs
— brendan swogger (@indiealtpdx) October 16, 2018
the world: Jane Austen wrote romances because she was unlucky in love herself
me: Jane Austen was engaged to a man for one night then called it off. to quote Ms. Austen, “Women are the only correspondents to be depended on.” Conclusion: Jane Austen Was a Lesbian.
— ✍️ (@neonacropolis) October 22, 2018
Truth. But your book club will definitely talk smack about your book on the day you can’t make it. And, when you write enough books, your most racist uncle will sidle up and tell you that your latest book embarrassed him. And this you can count as a win. https://t.co/y6eAN1Cc2E
— Lauren Groff (@legroff) October 17, 2018
Publishing, my 4yo has listed all book genres. You’re welcome.
— Laura Pearson (@LauraPAuthor) October 16, 2018
sure dig up vampires good idea fuck it pic.twitter.com/3LNPjV27Uy
— warrior cop (@wyatt_privilege) October 13, 2018
Adam West and Frank Gorshin were once kicked out of an orgy because they refused to break character as Batman and the Riddler. pic.twitter.com/S3wb1MtGUk
— Quite Interesting (@qikipedia) October 15, 2018
The Grinch ought to be hanged in Whoville town square for what he did to those people.
— Conor, And Also Blood (@CoreganIsGood) October 13, 2018
Word of the day: BARDOLATRY- excessive admiration of William Shakespeare.
— Quite Interesting (@qikipedia) October 11, 2018
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