Just because you’re an author of a real, actual book doesn’t mean you can automatically write a great tweet. But these writers can do both! Below, some great author tweets of the week:
Oh man, I just fell asleep like you fall in love: hard, dreamless and now my head kind of hurts. #AfternoonNap
— Rainbow Rowell (@rainbowrowell) June 28, 2014
People stuck for 4 hrs on a ride at SeaWorld. This was a plot in THEORY OF OPPOSITES. Let’s hope they handle it better than my characters.
— Allison Winn Scotch (@aswinn) June 30, 2014
When everyone in your twitter feed is a writer, it’s easy to believe the whole world cares about books.
— Melissa Duclos (@MelissaDuclos) June 30, 2014
I suspect that, once upon a time, an editor somewhere tried to force quotation marks on Cormac McCarthy.
— LaurenBaratzLogsted (@LaurenBaratzL) June 28, 2014
Reading The Borrowers with Mose and Lew. Tonight’s new vocab: SYLLABUB, HATPIN, BADGER SET
— Laurel Snyder (@LaurelSnyder) June 28, 2014
9:04 and in bed with a book. # YOLO
— Lauren Oliver (@OliverBooks) June 27, 2014
Best old-school photobomb I’ve ever seen. Somebody call this guy! pic.twitter.com/ADFADVOrJ3
— Sloane Crosley (@askanyone) June 26, 2014
I am sitting next to two librarians on this flight. I feel much better about everything.
— Rainbow Rowell (@rainbowrowell) June 26, 2014
James Patterson has donated 45,000 books to NYC schools–one for every 6th grader. James Patterson is a hero.
— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) June 24, 2014