What better way to kick-start your week than with an all-too lit list of perfect literature-related tweets for all your viewing pleasure? So, lace up your boots and follow me along…
Sure sex is cool, but have you ever pulled an old book off a bookcase, opened a secret door & were never seen again
— Doth (@DothTheDoth) August 2, 2018
I’m not “unemployed” I’m just an unpaid freelance creative thinker.
— Guy In Your MFA (@GuyInYourMFA) May 31, 2017
— Paperback Paradise (@paprbckparadise) March 7, 2017
So this is my new living room. And here’s my new kitchen. And over here’s the bleeding chamber. And through here is the master bedroom.
— Night Vale podcast (@NightValeRadio) July 7, 2013
When you sees it says “anonmus sorcerers” don’t listen! Turns face away and squeeze earholes SHUT! Don’t listen! Bigly False Newses! Too risky! TOO RISKY! pic.twitter.com/6IJF8VJCxx
— Gollum J. Trump (@realGollumTrump) August 29, 2018
So Close: Woman In Fairytale Kisses Frog But It Just Turns Into Frog With Human Hand pic.twitter.com/PzMIpjvDrQ
— ClickHole (@ClickHole) August 22, 2018
Voldemort was really beefing with a kid.
— Melanie Barnett (@PersnicketyK) August 19, 2018
— aoife (@aoiph) August 18, 2018
When I say I’m killing my darlings, what I really mean is I’m copying and pasting my darlings into a secret folder called “random” that sits in a dark corner of my desktop near the recycle bin…#writerslife
— Ash Lauren (@emdashash) August 18, 2018
wow no reason in particular but 2 really good books i read this year involving very nuanced and emotional DOG OWNERSHIP plot lines were The Pisces by Melissa Broder & Days of Abandonment by Elena Ferrante
— Gabby Noone (@twelveoclocke) August 19, 2018
mary shelley kept her dead husband’s calcified heart, hard-cœur or what
— Rachel (@underthenettle) August 12, 2018
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