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Twitter: Tweet, Tweet, Tweedly, Deet

What are you doing? I’ve begun twittering on Twitter. It’s great! I now have cyber-space lending its ear to my chit-chat. I can’t believe all of the fantastic things one can learn from the “tweets” of others, on any given day.

Here is a small round-up and explanation of the items that caught my eye today:

Twitter by Paula Krapf, a book-loving book publicist & COO of Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
Follow Paula’s twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulaatAME

Did you know that today is National Grammar Day? March 4 has been designated National Grammar Day by the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar and MSN Encarta. It’s a special day for anyone who cringes at the idea of anything ungrammatical.

Twitter by Wendy & Derry, the publicists for Sterling Children’s Books.
Follow Wendy & Derry’s twitter: https://twitter.com/SterlingKids

The classic series “Ramona and Beezus” is being made into a movie? I didn’t know. The latest stars to join the cast are Ginnifer Goodwin, John Corbett and Bridget Moynahan.

Twitter by the Penguin Group (USA), the U.S. affiliate of the internationally renowned Penguin Group.
Follow the Penguin Group’s twitter: https://twitter.com/penguinusa

I discovered that The Very Hungry Caterpillar is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary. Which would explain me noticing Eric Carle’s illustrations on the top of my daughter’s Stonyfield Farm yogurt container. Breakfast time is always a bit hazy for me, but its all coming back.

Twitter by Celebrity Baby Blog, celebrating the lifestyle of Hollywood’s newest moms and littlest stars.
Follow the Celebrity Baby Blog’s twitter: https://twitter.com/CBBvips

My favorite completely non-related-to-book tweet: Tina Fey says she knows she’s a mom when she tries to “put underpants on someone who is dancing.”

Just in case you want to follow me on twitter, and vice versa, you can find me at: https://twitter.com/book_mommy

Or you can just click on this adorable looking blue bird: twitter bird Pictures, Images and Photos

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  • Thanks for using one of my tweets! It’s always nice to know that followers are enjoying them. And like you, I learn a lot every day!

    March 11, 2009
  • You’re welcome!

    Sent from my iPhone

    March 12, 2009

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