We already showed you where you can get your literary fix on Instagram, but now we’re going to turn our attention to twitter and show you our favorite book twitter feeds. Now, you must be thinking: “why would you read 140 characters when you could just read a book?” Well, these feeds give you something more. More to read. More to ponder. What’s so great about the feeds on this list is that it can help book lovers turn into writers or give authors the extra boost and resources they need. Plus, they can get a little chuckle out of some of the tweets.
Check out some of favorite book Twitter feeds and get to reading, writing, and geeking out! Also, make sure you check out some of our favorite hilarious authors on Twitter!
Writing the rough-rough draft of this section involves a lot of filling up index cards on standing-desk-height surfaces around my apartment.
— Maud Newton (@maudnewton) November 14, 2015
@maudnewton represents the writer and reader in all of us. Her tweets are perfect to keep up with reviews and opinions coming out in the literary world, all with a side of sass that makes her feed extremely fun to read.
“If you don’t like my peaches, don’t shake my tree.” Perfect response by SJ to a snippy letter from a reader. pic.twitter.com/Ri24h8MfoH
— Ruth Franklin (@ruth_franklin) August 28, 2015
@ruth_franklin is a book critic and author that tweets very useful resources for emerging writers. Plus, her feed is often pretty hilarious. In a literary kind of way.
— Electric Literature (@ElectricLit) November 16, 2015
Keeping with the literary world, @ElectricLit shows a different side of it often showcasing smaller authors who are not necessarily on the bestsellers list.
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