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11 Lit-Related Tweets to Start Your Weekend off Right!

I once read this book about singularity…it really sucked me in!

 

It is Friday yet again which can only mean…it is time for another list of insanely witty tweets to get your weekend rolling the right way.

 

So, open your windows, roll up the blinds, kick your boots off, and get ready!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 Hilarious Lit-Related Tweets for All Your Friday Needs!

Hey hey party people, it is officially Friday again which means…

 

 

It’s time for yet another list of wild-and-out literature-based tweets! I have searched the far, wide, and dark reaches of the Twittersphere to bring this list to you; kick off your heels, unzip your jumpsuit, pour yourself a glass of something cool, and let all of your weekday worries go with these thirteen tweets! 

 

 

Come on my fellow avid readers…let’s get weird!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 Hilarious Lit-Related Tweets for All Your Friday Needs!

My books fell on my head…I have only my shelf to blame!

 

Happy Friday, you wild and out bookworms! The weekend is near which can only mean one thing…

 

It’s time for another gut-punch list of all-too-funny literature-related tweets! Every week we round up the best bookish tweets from the far and wide corners of the internet and this week is no different; these tweets are seriously killer! So, kick back, grab a snack, let your hair flow down, and start your weekend off right!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 Hilarious Literature-Related Tweets for All of Your Friday Needs!

Happy Friday, party people! The work day is nearing it’s end; it’s almost time for you to unzip your pantsuit, pour yourself a glass of something strong, and get ready to live out all of your wild, wicked weekend dreams!

 

And, what better way to prepare for the start of weekend fun than with thirteen literature-related tweets that will have you cackling your entire commute home? Come, let’s cackle.

 

Read, laugh, share, let loose! Woohoo!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Six Authors to Follow on Twitter

It seems like everyone is on Twitter these days, and our favorite authors are no exception. Take a break from arguing about that dress for a moment and follow some of these writers! Here are the authors that we find (for better or for worse) the most entertaining on Twitter.

Sherman Alexie

Sherman Alexie is very good at Twitter. The famous Native American writer tweets a mix of pointed political criticism and funny posts like this:

Yes it would, Sherman Alexie.

Paulo Coelho

We’ve professed our love for Paulo Coelho’s Twitter philosophizing before, and we stand by every word. Following Coelho on Twitter is like consulting a mountaintop yogi, only without having to climb the mountain.

Tao Lin

No comment.

Bret Easton Ellis

To be honest, Bret Easton Ellis isn’t that good at Twitter. He’ll fill your feed with his thoughts on random television shows and movies that he’s watching, and you’ll probably disagree with him a lot. Every once in a while, though, he’ll go on a rant that would do your grandpa proud.

It’s actually kind of refreshing to see an author using Twitter like it’s an AOL email address.

Joyce Carol Oates

Oates tweets her fair share of political stuff (and I don’t think she’d get along with Bret Easton Ellis), but she’s at her best when she’s tweeting strange thoughts that read like zen koans.

Serious question: is this a tweet about human-sized cats? Because I think it’s a tweet about human-sized cats.

J.K. Rowling

More than anyone else on this list, J.K. Rowling uses Twitter to interact with her readers.

Many of Rowling’s tweets specifically address questions from fans, which makes following her on Twitter kind of like listening to an ongoing interview. Tweet a question at J.K. Rowling, and let us know if you get a response!

Did we miss anyone? Let us know in the comment section!