Bookish Tweets To Cap Off July, Chapter One

Well now my bookish tweeters, hasn’t this month flown by in a full swoop? Then again, hasn’t that been the case for the last month, or two, or pretty much every month since we’ve been put under lockdown due to COVID-19?!

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Well now my bookish tweeters, hasn’t this month flown by in a full swoop? Then again, hasn’t that been the case for the last month, or two, or pretty much every month since we’ve been put under lockdown due to COVID-19?! But at least we’re slowly but surely taking proactive yet still cautious steps towards branching out into society, so… fingers crossed.

Anyway, as you could probably tell by the title of this piece, this is only the first half of the bookish tweets pieces coming out that’ll completely cap off this month, with this one covering the tweets from last week – as I had fallen so far behind on them – and the next one coming out exactly tomorrow – yes, tomorrow – covering the ones from this week! So, let’s get on with it…

 

 

 

 

Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

Do you have a friend who likes and even practices – and make sure no one you know is reading this – witchcraft? Or maybe someone you know and low-key always suspected…?

 

 

If you didn’t answer that with any school bully and/or mean girl who sometimes/always picked on you way back then, you are lying to yourself. (Just saying…)

 

You Never Knew What You Had…

We here at Bookstr can understand how hard it must be to keep inside all the time to abide by health and safety precautions, and whenever you do go out, how restricted you are in going to the places, activities, and events you know and love and used to go to all the time. Which thing that you love going to do you miss the most…?

 

 

See, even the people you happen to meet under these once normal circumstances, these special opportunities to interact with others have been taken away as well! In Darcy’s case, the ones he once despised in meeting turned out to be one of the best things to have happened to him…

 

The Hate That Runs Deep

You know that one person you really despise above all else and all other people that you can even stand hearing them speak another single word from their mouth? So much so that you just stop listening altogether? And yet you can’t help but disagree with them all the same?

 

 

That must be why you hate them so much, right? Because of their terrible ideas that’ll surely not work out in the slightest? If not though, does the hate really run that deep? Just think about it…

 

 

 

 

Taking It Too Far

Sometimes, Twitter can be fun, but other times, even oftentimes, it can be far from fun. Though remember: just because a lot of tweeters – other than yourselves, of course – are spewing out hate doesn’t mean that you have to fight back – unless it’s to actually end a Twitter battle, then by all means, go for it – especially when it grows to the point at which it’s more than just words that are being used to fight each other…

 

 

When a fight escalates, people can get really hurt, and not just emotionally. So, the best thing you can do is to get a mediator to monitor the situation and steer clear of any above chandeliers!

 

The Self-Reflection You Can’t See

Have you ever looked back on your life and saw the things you’d done that led you up to that point, making you wish that you could take them all back, knowing just how wrong you were…?

 

 

Maybe “looked” and “saw” weren’t the best word to use in this case…

 

 

 

 

Walk A Mile In My Shoes…

We all have our own issues and all have been through things that most people, if not almost all of everyone couldn’t possibly understand. And that’s why we read books: so we can understand each other just a little bit better…

 

 

See? Connection is everything… and I know you know what I’m going to say here – if you have been following along with my previous bookish tweets pieces – even if I haven’t brought this up in a very long time, but… #BooksConnectUs and don’t you ever forget that!

 

The Monster Vs. The Creator: Which One Is Worse?

When everyone talks about Frankenstein as if he’s the monster…

 

 

Then again, he did create the monster, which did terrorize the town, so therefore that makes him the monster… (I guess when you put it like that, maybe it makes sense, but almost no one thinks of it that way, so…)

Seriously though, that is such a relatable bookish pet peeve that you – as a devoted booklover and/or classic lit nerd – pretty just stop correcting people on it anymore…

As a reminder, stay tuned for tomorrow’s piece – “Chapter Two” – that’ll wrap all the tweets for this month! See you very soon, my loyal bookish tweeters…

 

 

 

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