We're giving you a totally exclusive, never before seen, behind the scenes look into our twitter feed this week (you lucky librarians, you!). So much good stuff is going on, so instead of paraphrasing, we're serving it all up fresh straight from the tweeters' mouths. Enjoy!
We'll start with some tweets about the 4th Annual Librarian Shout 'n Share:
And here are some people we really like tweeting about books we really like:
At first I thought @Scalzi’s Redshirts was going to be lite nerdy fare, and then I found myself crying.— Bill Barnes (@billba) June 10, 2012
S Joinson"s engaging lst novel A Lady Cyclist's Guide to Kashgar: trag, & hope for 2 sets of characters living a world & many decades apart.— Nancy Pearl (@Nancy_Pearl) June 8, 2012
Prize for best eye-punching title goes to My Heart Is an Idiot: Essays by Davy Rothbart (Sept., Farrar) #bea12— Heather McCormack (@HuisceBeatha) June 6, 2012
And here are a few things to read on your lunch break:
Read an excerpt from How To Build An Android: The True Story of Philip K. Dick's Robotic Resurrection huff.to/KDyMKT— HenryHolt (@HenryHolt) June 8, 2012
And, of course:
♫ Red Panda sittin' in the snow. N. A. P. P. I. N. G. ♫ twitter.com/EmergencyPuppy…— Emergency Cute Stuff (@EmergencyPuppy) June 4, 2012
Have a good one!