Book Tweets to Ponder and to Guide You

In theory, writers should take easily to Twitter—by very definition, a medium of words and a form of publishing. Yet, for many authors accustomed to producing tomes of literature agonized over in a state of aloneness, to publicly document inner ephemeral dialogue is a change of pace. To say the least.

So we’ve created a short weekend blog post to let you know you’re not alone…and perhaps to make you laugh or smile in appreciation.  Some may even guide you to find your own voices on Twitter.

The Cozy Weekend Tweet

The Disparaging-Twitter-While-Tweeting Tweet

The Disparaging-Writing-While-Tweeting Tweet

The Musing-On-the-World Tweet

The Musing-On-Writing Tweet (1)

The Musing-On-Writing Tweet (2)

The Musing-On-Writing Tweet (3)

The Endearingly Self-Deprecating Tweet

 The Sardonic Writerly Tweet

The Brilliant Writerly Tweet

The Movie Tie-In Tweet

The Subtly Self-Promotional Tweet

The Hardy-Har Tweet

The Touchy-Feely Tweet

The Author Crush Tweet

The Just Plain Honest Tweet

The Atmospheric Tweet

Susan Weissman

Susan Weissman gives a powerful, candid account of her family's struggle to adapt-and thrive-in the face of her young son's life-threatening food allergies. But her insights aren't limited those coping with allergies; Feeding Eden will resonate deeply with people facing many different kinds of challenges. — Gretchen Rubin - Bestselling author of The Happiness Project