Commemorate the close of another rainy and celeb-death-filled week with a soothing scroll through our picks for this week's top bookish tweets.
Try not to laugh at Bookstr's picks for this week's top bookish tweets.
Carry this week's bookish tweets — including quotes and memories from the revered Toni Morrison — with you into a beautiful and relaxing weekend.
The week is long and full of terrors. Whether you can’t survive another second without the upcoming Game of Thrones season or you’ve just been worn down by the crushing weight of the workweek, some Friday twitterature is sure to perk you right up. Don’t want to be ‘perked up’ and would rather slowly decompose in bed for the next few days? Your bed is just a good a place as any to have a laugh at some delightful twitterary content. It doesn’t matter if you’re getting lit or reading lit; your Friday is about to get a bit more entertaining.
You may not have had time to read this week, but you’ll want to make time to read these 10 hilarious bookish tweets!
….is Joe from YOU actually Thomas McGuane? pic.twitter.com/t2sAEIpqW6
— Emily Temple (@knownemily) March 29, 2019
The human centipede literally exists but go off https://t.co/rKrmwKoaLZ
— Peter (@OkigboV2) March 27, 2019
therapist: Twilight fake baby is not real and can’t hurt you
Twilight fake baby: pic.twitter.com/qc9ObZuIMd
— 🍺Pepsi Zhenya(18+)🍺 (@SuperNsfwZhenya) March 27, 2019
Yes because his wife has read it and loved it though he himself prefers historical nonfiction https://t.co/3q7gZdWZ0i
— Jessica Knoll (@JessMKnoll) March 5, 2019
Just found out Roald Dahl’s daughter wrote the movie Wild Child what a nice fun fact
— lorry🚛 (@Laurie98_) March 24, 2019
oh look, a book about twitter pic.twitter.com/bKAnkOifHz
— efa (@aoifeisainmdom_) March 25, 2019
anyways, why did defining the manic pixie dream girl trope lead to accusing every girl of emulating it rather than, i don’t know, calling out guys who think every single woman’s personality is an intentionally-crafted performance
— ask not for whom the bug posts (@BUGPOSTING) March 24, 2019
hello I have a v original idea for a book or movie where the main character is a writer and the movie or book ends with them… writing the book or movie they’re in? sort of creating a circle, storyline-wise? very original idea, please no one steal it
— 𝕤𝕦𝕟𝕗𝕝𝕠𝕨𝕖𝕣 (@spinubzilla) March 24, 2019
My third-grade teacher yelled at me in front of the whole class for suggesting that there could be more than one main character in a book. https://t.co/oiPhUvN9Mh
— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) March 24, 2019
Being gay isn’t a choice, it’s an involuntary thing that happens when J.K. Rowling decides it’s your time.
— James Potter (@dontforgetjames) March 23, 2019
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