Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Good Morrow, fine fellows and femmes (bear with me, the coffee's not kicked in yet).  Wonder what's been happening on twitter lately?  I've got the roundup.

By the way, you're looking fab today.

I can't speak for the book (I shall read it, I shall), but THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER film has been the source of several breakdowns for me in the past week.  I want my writing to mean something.  I want to be infinite.  I miss Pittsburgh.  If you haven't seen it or read it, please do.  And then call me so we can discuss all the things.


Thanks, Dahlia, for *getting* it.  Twitter's all about the connections!!
Writing stuff:



The Best part of twitter is stumbling upon author exchanges like this:





More writing stuff:



We don't doubt you.  Bless.
 

The funny...


 



The serious...


The wonderful...


One more thing...stayed tuned on Thursday for a Giveaway Post!!  Lots of books and ARCs we'd like to pass on to you.  Later, gators.  

6 comments:

Kristan Hoffman said...

"I want my writing to mean something. I want to be infinite. I miss Pittsburgh."

Heh, me too, on all counts.

<3
- Michael Bourret
- Jay Kristoff
- kati
- Steve Martin
- Jim Brown

Ashley @ Book Labyrinth said...

Ooh these are some fun ones!

A lot of the time on twitter I feel more like an observer than a participant, though I'm not sure why.

Sarah Wedgbrow said...

@Kristan...we need this film on dvd soon. Need to re-watch.

@Ashley...yes, I am much more the observer (which is why I find so many good tweets, methinks). It's not the easiest thing when you're introverted to just jump in and say something about yourself to what feels like a room full of conversations. But I'm drawn to it just the same. :)

Kimberly Kosydor said...

These are fantastic! <3

Sandra said...

I'm usually more of an observer on Twitter as well. Occasionally i hop in, but not too often. Most of my tweets are from other people's giveaways :-P

Dahlia Adler said...

I miss these! And tango-ing with Sarah ;)

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