tweet tweet.

Twitter is gaining a huge following from publishers and others of a wordy interest. If yer an interweb fiend then it is a far more interesting place than my blog, sometimes. Okay, most of the time.

Thanks to a tweet from abigailrieley, yes that Abigail Reilly, I found out just how big and interesting it has become.

High Spot inc have a list of 188, American-centric, publishing related twitter profiles. Publishers, agents, bookstores, publicity agencies and reviewers have all taken to the 140 character craze. Then there are the writers who are up there - including Neil Gaiman, Diane Duane, Warren Ellis, Alex Milway John Cleese, Stephen Fry, John Scalzi, Alan Carr, Dani Jones and so many more that I’m sure I’m forgetting…

Just beware of the Banana Goo Fingers.

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  • You know those Diary books like Dear Diary by Claire Hennessy and such? I’m going to write a Twitter book. Boy Tweets Girl. It’s going to be amazing. All chapters 140 characters.

    Comment | January 16, 2009
  • Ye might be onto something… Different accounts for each character - one post a day…

    I’d read that :D

    Comment | January 16, 2009
  • I never thought I’d ever see my name next to John Cleese. You’ve totally made my day!

    Comment | January 16, 2009

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