Tuesday, March 20, 2012
So, our twitter round-up this week is pretty slim. The vernal equinox is a busy time, and we're spending that time sucking the marrow out of life and living deliberately. It's exhausting.


(not this equinox)

But Kate Hart is our hero--using her time all productively and stuff. Have you SEEN what's she's done with infographics?!? She's the Mac.

Also, Margot Wood, the Real Fauxtographer herself, has a new series of photos inspired by YA novels. First up was The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan. Next: Divergent by Veronica Roth. Then she posted this gorgeous photo inspired by The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. Keep up the inspiring work!

On to The Tweets:


Now, off to put to rout all that is not life. We'd hate to die and discover that we'd not lived. (It's all about Thoreau, check it.)


4 comments:

JAET said...

:) thanks for the Thoreau.

Kristan Hoffman said...

Don't worry: soon (too soon) it will be too hot to be outside for long, and you'll seek refuge in the cool climes of Twitterland.

LOVE Margot's YA photo series! Love love love love love! Cannot wait to see what other books she tackles.

Also LOVE Courtney Summers's diary, bwahaha. I totally wrote to Ghostwriter too.

Ingrid said...

That is my favorite quote of all time!

Stephanie Mooney said...

Courtney Summers's tweet made me laugh. I'd loved Ghost Writer!

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