The Twitter Diaries tells the story of pen pals for the 21st century. Two parallel lives separated by an ocean but united over a social network.
Tuesday (@Tuesday Fields), a sports reporter, and Stella (@StellaCavill), a men's shoe designer, are Brit 30-somethings who are introduced in NYC on NYE by a mutual friend, a notorious transatlantic TV personality. They strike up an instant bond.
Over the next 365 days, @TuesdayFields and @StellaCavill put the world to rights, one tweet at a time. From Melbourne to Monaco to Magaluf, the girls flirt and fall out with athletes, movie stars, and TV personalities. And then there's their mothers...
On December 31st of the same year, @TuesdayFields and @StellaCavill meet again, for the first time since the last time. A lot can happen in a year. As it turns out,140 characters can change everything.
The Twitter Diaries is an instantly recognizable yet fictitious tale all women can relate to, whether they are one of the world's 140-million-and-counting transfixed Twitter users or not. Accessible, funny, and heart-warming, it's this summer's must read.
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About the Author
Georgie Thompson lives in London where she is one of the faces of Sky Sports on British television. She is currently traveling the globe presenting Sky Sports F1 coverage. She is also a regular panellist on Sky 1's A League Of Their Own, a mixture of sports and comedy. Georgie has written for a range of publications including The Times and a column for The Sunday Mirror. Having succumbed to the lure of Twitter last year, she currently has 500,000 followers.
Imogen Lloyd Webber lives in NYC where she is an on-air political contributor for MSNBC, featuring on The Dylan Ratigan Show and across the network. Prior to this she was a liberal pundit for the Fox News and Fox Business Networks, appearing on programs including The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Imus. Educated at Cambridge University, Imogen has also been a special correspondent for EXTRA and a recurrent contributor on HLN's Showbiz Tonight. Imogen is the author of the non- fiction The Single Girl's Guide, recently optioned for film. Her writing has appeared in The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, and elsewhere. She also produced the play Touched... For The Very First Time, which had an acclaimed run in London's West End in 2009. She doesn't have as many Twitter followers as Georgie, but she can dream.