Tuesday, October 30, 2012

We debated this morning about posting while so many of the people we follow on twitter are in NYC or PA dealing with some cold and wet conditions with no power.  We feel so helpless.  Sending our thoughts to all of you is all we can do.  For now.

If you were following twitter yesterday, you either felt like you had first-hand information, or were totally faked out by photoshopped pics and rumors.  But...

Some joked around (honestly, this is a coping mechanism, what else can you do?):





Others checked that behavior:

Come on, they weren't all bad.
Big news in publishing...Penguin and Random House have merged companies:




These tweets from earlier in the week seem like ghost ships:






(We love reading books like this...and one day hope we can make an agent feel this way with our stories too)
The winner of ANNA DRESSED IN BLOOD is Susan Francino!!!!  Send us an email weheartya(at)gmail(dot)com with your address so we can send it out to you.  Thanks for commenting!!

2 comments:

Kristan Hoffman said...

Too many gems in this roundup to list all the ones I loved!

Btw, this might help debunk some of the Sandy photoshop jobs: http://www.snopes.com/photos/natural/sandy.asp

Sara (of the Page Sage) said...

My favorite is probably Dan Kroko's tweet about the newscasters. Some great Random Penguin ones, too, especially Jay Asher's!

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