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Saturday, May 30

Seen on the Blogosphere: Twitteriffic!

Gentle readers, As we announced in our previous post, Laurel Ann and I have been twittering away. As we explore ways to conduct tweetversations with our readers and each other we'd like to direct you to a few twitteriffic sites:

Irreverent and funny, Under the Mad Hat posted Pride and Twitterverse. Some of the tweets go beyond the bounds of propriety but they are tweetlarious and follow the plot, well, sort of. This is as witty a treatment, or should I say tweetment, of P&P that I've read.

Laurie Viera Rigler is tweeterizing Persuasion. Read her ongoing tweet takes on the Elliots here.

Joseph Woodard embarked on a quest to read Jane Austen this year. His blog, Reading Jane Austen, discusses her novels and his thoughts about them, and his tweetnouncements remind his followers when he's published a new post. Very clever.

Another source for twitter tweetments and tweetnouncements is


Mad said...

Thank you for the link and the favourable response.

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Thanks for the link :)

Charleybrown said...

I just read Pride and Twitterverse last night! In a way, it helped me to understand the language of Twitter by being familiar with the plot of P&P. Who knew that Jane Austen would be my tutor to twits and tweets??!

Lynn said...

I don't tweet or twitter but I just love Joseph Woodard's blog and his adventures in reading Jane Austen. He is awesome !