Here’s what you may or may not have missed in the Twittersphere these past two weeks:
Jim Di Bartolo shares a sample-spread from his collaboration with Kiersten White.
— Jim Di Bartolo (@jimdibartolo) March 28, 2014
Maggie Stiefvater doodles.
A reader sent me a random pug photo and I didn’t know how to cope with it being in my inbox so I drew it with boots. pic.twitter.com/bHqKsBgsgw
— Maggie Stiefvater (@mstiefvater) March 24, 2014
— Maggie Stiefvater (@mstiefvater) March 27, 2014
Marie Lu shares a snippet of her next novel.
His subtle smile turns dangerous. “So. Tell me, little wolf. Would you like to punish those who have wronged you?”
— Marie Lu (@Marie_Lu) March 28, 2014
Lauren DeStefano tweets a witty reader joke.
Two readers walk into a bar. They didn’t see the bar because they were reading a really good part.
— Lauren DeStefano (@LaurenDeStefano) March 30, 2014
Elizabeth Eulberg posts an epilogue to her novel, Take A Bow, in honor of the novel’s two year anniversary.
Here it ’tis! The TAKE A BOW epilogue! Happy reading! http://t.co/SlqkGaEn3f
— Elizabeth Eulberg (@ElizEulberg) March 31, 2014
Ally Carter loses her Hogwarts merchandise.
1. I can’t find my Gryffindor luggage tags. And 2. Yes, I seriously own Gryffindor luggage tags.
— Ally Carter (@OfficiallyAlly) March 31, 2014
Lauren Oliver’s dog is quite the actor.
This is my dog either dead or very happy pic.twitter.com/JRphHrIq0z
— Lauren Oliver (@OliverBooks) April 1, 2014
Jackson Pearce’s coffee smiles at her (literally).
— Jackson Pearce (@JacksonPearce) April 1, 2014