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3/22 @ 7:29 AM
vintagebooks - And thank the legal team from @panasonic who prevented Don DeLillo from using that word as his title. Instead, we got the great White Noise.

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3/22 @ 7:26 AM
bookdepository - Brilliant! RT @davidwalliams https://t.co/WUOD1UrPKE

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3/22 @ 7:25 AM
vintagebooks - Joseph Heller's Catch-22 could just as easily have been Catch-18 https://t.co/loNRNMPC30

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3/22 @ 7:20 AM
vintagebooks - Or Among Ash-Heaps and Millionaires; Under the Red, White, and Blue; Gold-Hatted Gatsby; and The High-Bouncing Lover #Gatsby

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3/22 @ 7:19 AM
vintagebooks - And The Great Gatsby went through more ridiculous names than a celebrity couple's second child: 'Trimalchio in West Egg' anyone?

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3/22 @ 7:15 AM
sarahw - Belgium, btw, has a bad (unsolved) history of attacks already. https://t.co/XJm6JarPGz

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3/22 @ 7:14 AM
vintagebooks - And can you imagine the iconic 1984 with any other title? Well, Orwell originally plumped for The Last Man in Europe.

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3/22 @ 7:10 AM
vintagebooks - No prizes for guessing which novel was originally called both The Jewboy, Wacking Off, and A Jewish Patient Begins his Analysis. #Portnoy

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3/22 @ 7:10 AM
AlgonquinBooks - https://t.co/CwyHf6ELf6

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3/22 @ 7:04 AM
vintagebooks - As #BoatyMcBoatface shows, getting the right name is hard - even for books. Which novel used to be 'Nobody's Fault'? https://t.co/xLrsTAf7g6

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3/22 @ 7:02 AM
sarahw - Oh no, Brussels. https://t.co/ypgmUAd0AN

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3/22 @ 6:30 AM
vintagebooks - If you're an author at #LBF16 I'll be at #AuthorHQ to talk social media. Come say hello (in 140 characters or less) https://t.co/al2TfcL3Tg

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3/22 @ 5:23 AM
vintagebooks - All that great poetry we shared for #WorldPoetryDay and your favourite was the joke one about bacon. Mmmm, bacon https://t.co/IVPB0akObo

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3/22 @ 5:20 AM
vintagebooks - And you can hear an extract from @taniajam's Dylan Thomas Prize-nominated novel here https://t.co/VBkn7Y7bww https://t.co/2Q3Xy5rdCH

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3/22 @ 5:17 AM
vintagebooks - You can hear Dylan Thomas Prize nominee @AndrewPoetry reading his work in this interview https://t.co/TWlsDyOdde https://t.co/4WF1gcXkO7

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3/22 @ 4:43 AM
FaberBooks - Congratulations to @MaxJohnPorter on the @DylanThomasPrize shortlist for Grief is the Thing with Feathers! https://t.co/0cIImPAZtk …

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3/22 @ 4:42 AM
FaberBooks - Congratulations to @MaxJohnPorter on the @DylanThomasPrize shortlist for Grief is the Thing With Feathers! https://t.co/0cIImPAZtk

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3/22 @ 4:10 AM
vintagebooks - 'phenomenally talented' shortlist' for International Dylan Thomas prize features @AndrewPoetry and @taniajam Whoop. https://t.co/c4Y6Vdn2XB

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3/22 @ 12:08 AM
RonHogan - Later on, do they advocate a cautious approach to new technologies, comparing the Cuban government to the Amish? https://t.co/r1yltmqTNw

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3/21 @ 10:56 PM
RonHogan - “...I’ve been writing science fiction in a town where a traffic jam is three cars behind an Amish buggy.” https://t.co/Q7OxepPKr8

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3/21 @ 10:34 PM
sarahw - I hope he truly found peace. https://t.co/pibu8SRL4S

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3/21 @ 9:39 PM
RonCharles - Trump's repeated use of the phrase "the Muslim thing" is historically resonant in the scariest way.... https://t.co/c4m2ymSmgN

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3/21 @ 9:37 PM
librarythingtim - Andy Grove escaped Hungary during the 1956 Revolution, later founded INTEL. Tomorrow's Andy Grove is dying in Syria or escaping to Germany.

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3/21 @ 9:37 PM
nationalbook - Junot Diaz in a conversation with New Yorker critic Hilton Als on Literary Criticism and Race https://t.co/6BemBtvKIC

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3/21 @ 9:31 PM
RonHogan - DID YOU KNOW: @realDonaldTrump’s perpetual grasping for money may be overcompensation for his tiny little fingers? It’s possible.

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3/21 @ 9:30 PM
BNBuzz - At #BNReadouts, a sample of @JP_Books' new Alex Cross story, "Cross Kill": https://t.co/mN3u0RnPTv https://t.co/yNg9rICImo

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3/21 @ 9:23 PM
TatteredCover - "I am making a movie for you, it's just a very low budget movie, on the page" - Joyce Maynard

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3/21 @ 9:12 PM
TatteredCover - Joyce Maynard speaks to a rapt audience at our Colfax store. https://t.co/oXUOHC2hVj

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3/21 @ 9:11 PM
RonHogan - Ha ha, J’onn is eating “Choccos”! Giffen-Dematteis JLI fandom for the win! #Supergirl

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3/21 @ 8:49 PM
RonCharles - Sanjeev Sahota’s YEAR OF THE RUNAWAYS shortlisted for @dylanthomprize. It’s fantastic: https://t.co/zGC0ul4iMV https://t.co/4E8wKVWzLW

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3/21 @ 8:35 PM
RonHogan - So there’s a party going down around here? https://t.co/5lLFANeNxN

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3/21 @ 8:35 PM
RonHogan - FUN FACT: If Corey Lewandowski’s nickname among the Trump press corps isn’t “Horst,” it should be. #kidstoday #nosenseofhistory

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3/21 @ 8:34 PM
torbooks - Read "When We Were Heroes," a Wild Cards story by @AbrahamHanover: https://t.co/aNTtvdexTc https://t.co/DaGFyF07Av

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3/21 @ 8:23 PM
sarahw - Yup https://t.co/vqLTNgvbSs

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3/21 @ 8:02 PM
nationalbook - 5 Books for Understanding Women’s History https://t.co/swkLz8xjyS via @grammarly

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3/21 @ 7:20 PM
FaberBooks - 'And was all the time merging with a unique endeavour To bring to bloom the million-petalled flower Of being here.' – Philip Larkin

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3/21 @ 7:20 PM
ChronicleBooks - Thinking about applying to our Design Fellowship? Here are some things to know: https://t.co/98Qsvkmuk0 https://t.co/gQJvO1KnMP

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3/21 @ 7:16 PM
BNBuzz - "Brewing coffee": an ideal opening move in any technological innovation. https://t.co/CSnACaWlDI

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3/21 @ 7:11 PM
torbooks - David Slaton is the perfect assassin. Read a sneak peek of Ward Larsen's ASSASSIN'S SILENCE https://t.co/XTQ5YT1cz3 https://t.co/PBGjauAs7p

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