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Guardian BooksLondon2009-02-26
@GuardianBooks2,010 days
News, reviews and author interviews plus tweets from the Guardian and Observer books team
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We found 197 favorite tweets.
RIYKA @RiykaLondon
@CocozzaPaula @GuardianBooks this is brilliant! So am not the only one who hears voices!!
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Guardian Cities @guardiancities
Boston in books: readers' picks gu.com/p/4vj8e via @GuardianBooks
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GeorgeStreetBarGrill @GeorgeStreetBar
@edbookfest @GuardianBooks looks fantastic from our restaurant windows guys! Prosecco on ice for all those feeling thirsty book lovers.
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Helen Stanton @Helannsta
and now for the best part ....sitting in sun in garden with Review section of @guardian @GuardianBooks 😎📚
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Liliane Ruyters @RuytersLiliane
@GuardianBooks thanks for the honest insight into cover blurbs #nathanfiler confirms what I always suspected. Blurbs are mere advertisements
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Tim Hannigan @Tim_Hannigan
@GuardianBooks @martabausells mocking #blurb conventions Who's Who in British Climbing - which actually is brilliant! pic.twitter.com/0LNyb64lgS
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Patries @PatriesPHVR
@GuardianBooks True! The 'now a major motion picture' announcements are worse. Both add nothing in terms of a review and ruin the cover art.
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Mary Hopewell @MaryEHopewell
@GuardianBooks I never read the reviews. I can judge for myself whether a book is 'epic' or not. I want a blurb to tell me what it's about.
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Ealasaid Munro @Ealasaidmunro
@GuardianBooks Increasingly blurbs are there to tell you how a book will make you feel- just like those ViralNova videos. That's not enough.
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Dr Shaunie @drshaunie
@GuardianBooks Hangover Square, Patrick Hamilton - dark but good in Greene/Highsmith vein
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Alison McManus @McManusAlison
@GuardianBooks How to Be a Heroine by @SamanthaEllis27. All my favourites when I was growing up; how could I forget Franny and Zooey?!
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David A. Gaspar @DavidAGaspar
@GuardianBooks Tonight I'll begin reading LOST FOR WORDS, the new novel by Edward St. Aubyn (whom I've never read before).
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Rebecca Hall @AdventureGreece
@GuardianBooks "The Island" by Ray Bradbury. It's a bit too real for me, but good to be shaken up once in a while. bit.ly/1cE7XRY
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Uproar Comics @Uproar_Comics
@GuardianBooks We're reading "Look Who's Back" by Timur Vermes. Really brilliant satirical book ;)
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Gwen Smith @Gwendolyn_Smith
Also, for all of my library-loving followers - bit.ly/UFidny @GuardianBooks
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sigridir @sigridir
woot! An entirely unsurprising 10/10 on the @GuardianBooks fantasy covers quiz tinyurl.com/p5pqzjk.
I think I own them all.
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It's John @odd_really
@guardian @GuardianBooks 10/10, sad sack that I am.
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Julie Crisp @julieacrisp
I got 10/10 on Quiz: Can you identify these fantasy books by their covers bit.ly/1kYipW5 via @GuardianQuiz. I should hope so!! :-)
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Alexander Velky @AlexanderVelky
@GuardianBooks have some insult with that injury!
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Alice H. @Alice_AML
. @GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness my grammar books at the office. Summer! 🏄🌞🌊🍸 pic.twitter.com/OIsyp4LfPz
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g.m. manghìna @gmmanghina
@GuardianBooks: A book for the beach: The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins gu.com/p/3qjpb/tw pic.twitter.com/6IPArtVIhI
Good Idea!
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Wigan Libraries @WiganLibraries
@GuardianBooks - I really enjoyed #Wake by Anna Hope: believable characters and moving, without being schmaltzy.
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Shilpa Rathnam @shilparathnam
Supremely ashamed to admit haven't read ANY of those “@GuardianBooks: Readers' 10 best books of the year (so far) gu.com/p/4v5e3/tw"
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Wigan Libraries @WiganLibraries
How about a nice poem for Tuesday? This one, choice of Carol Rumens via @GuardianBooks last week, is evocative: mpnt.me/4q0cg
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Flora Kennedy @InnerWild
@GuardianBooks @PiersTorday Poor Tom Kitten! This scared me then, still scares me now
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fionamaree @fifimaree
@GuardianBooks Just finished The Vanishers by Heidi Julavits - creepy, surreal and clever, loved it.
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Lara Gallin @laragallin
@GuardianBooks The beach, the bed, the sofa, the garden in fact any of his books anywhere at all for me.
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Piers Torday @PiersTorday
@trialia @GuardianBooks Apologies - my bad...another reason why he should always only be referred to as 'You-Know-Who'
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Sam McLoughlin-Ellul @SamJoMc
@GuardianBooks @PiersTorday This story used to scare the hell out of me!
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QuercusBooks @QuercusBooks
Fantastic list of animal villains by #DarkWild author @PiersTorday for @GuardianBooks: theguardian.com/childrens-book… @QuercusKids
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Angie @Comeonmurray12
@GuardianBooks @PiersTorday that's why I don't like rats !
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Foxed Books @FoxedBooks
Ten best books of the year thus far according to @GuardianBooks readers. What's your top read of 2014? theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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New Writing North @NewWritingNorth
@arembooks @GuardianBooks I have to admit, my 'to read' pile would be smaller if i wasn't so dogged! xTamm
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Dolly Garland @DollyGarland
@GuardianBooks and more reasons to write in books kaizenreading.com/5-reasons-why-…
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Charles Lambert @charles_lambert
@IsabelleGrey @GuardianBooks Sweet indeed, Belle!
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Kings Tutors @KingsTutors
Have you read any? RT @guardian: 10 best books of year according to our readers buff.ly/1kMdV4P @GuardianBooks buff.ly/1kMdSWK
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TheIllustratedForest @theleafpickers
An interesting article on animal villains in children's books. Poor Tom Kitten wrapped up in pastry! @GuardianBooks theguardian.com/childrens-book…
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Willoughby Book Club @willoughbybooks
On a positive note, if you're struggling for reading tips, you should check out @GuardianBooks top 10 of 2014 so far: theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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Iain Maloney @iainmaloney
Interesting piece on the @guardian @GuardianBooks on the ties between Scottish literature and nationalism: theguardian.com/books/2014/jul…
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kay ly @kayly0270
@GuardianBooks Karin Slaughter's latest book 'Cop Town'. I wonder if it will be as gripping as the previous ones
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avidreader @avidreader217
@guardian @GuardianBooks American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld - first few chapters have drawn me in already :-)
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Bokhyllat @Litteraturcitat
@GuardianBooks The Curious Incident Of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon. Hilarious!
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Sarah Hirons @sarahhirons1
@guardian @GuardianBooks Tenth of December by George Saunders. Dark, disturbing, and making me laugh out loud on the train.
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Senita Rani @senitarani
@GuardianBooks Theodora by @stellduffy - beautifully descriptive with engaging protagonist - loving it so far! #readwomen2014
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Monika A. Skowrońska @e_weatherwax
@guardian @GuardianBooks Finishing "Generation Loss" by @Liz_Hand I should pick up books at random more often.
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Hodders @Hodders129
@guardian @GuardianBooks 'I am Pilgrim' by Terry Hayes. So far, gripping.
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Rosie Heptonstall @RosieHep
@guardian @GuardianBooks The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. Very long but accessible and brilliant.
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Patricia Crowther @PatriciaCrowth3
@GuardianBooks Already done The Selection and We Were Liars in three days, now onto Anna and the French Kiss - all are brilliant YA reads:)
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Rowland Manthorpe @rowlsmanthorpe
@GuardianBooks The Dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin. After so many dystopias, it's weird and thrilling to read a utopian novel
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Siobhan F @Shibbs79
@guardian @GuardianBooks wolf Hall By H Mantel. Really enjoying it
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Soapy @StefanSouter
@guardian @GuardianBooks - nice bottle of #Bushmills & #Aberlour on the shelves 😳
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Barrie Thomson @barriethomson
@GuardianBooks 'Racing Through the Dark' by David Millar. Candid, compelling tale of the pressures on pro cyclists to succeed @millarmind
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Books and Liliane @BooksandLiliane
@GuardianBooks just started reading The Lie by #HelenDunmore. First pages are very promising. Threat of something bad about to happen.
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The Novel Project @novelchronicle
@GuardianBooks Reading Falling Man by Don DeLillo. Not sure I'd recommend tbh. Feels like the 9/11 aspect was tacked on and not integral.
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Emma Shearly-Sanders @emmagotmarried
@guardian @GuardianBooks I am reading Butterflies in November. Highly recommend, it's the best novel I've read in years
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Jute, Jam and Joy @JuteJamandJoy
@LynnCherylEde @GuardianBooks Read it last summer and i too found it relaxing- great bedtime reading!
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Duke Silver @dribblingfram
@GuardianBooks Stoner was excellent. This is shaping up to be even better. pic.twitter.com/nqpIDz6Q7m
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Sam Rennie @samcsrennie
Another Monday, another six books added to my to-read list. Thanks, @GuardianBooks you're a blessing and a curse (I CAN'T READ THAT QUICKLY)
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Madeline Toy @madstoy
10 best books of the year so far by @GuardianBooks readers! Including With a Zero at its Heart by @charles_lambert theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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Natalie Taylor @NatalieRobson
@guardian @GuardianBooks Barricade by Jon Wallace. Witty, intelligent, action fuelled sci-fi road trip.
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Conor Hanlon @ConorFH
@GuardianBooks Im reading that bottle of bushmills.
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Robyn Barker @Barkelby
@GuardianBooks Just finished Muriel Spark's The Comforters. Unexpectedly very edgy while completely 1950s.
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Pompeysal @Pompeysal
@GuardianBooks #nowreading The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson. Funny and eccentric like his bestselling 100 yr old man
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David Joseph Brady @WolfPenguined
@GuardianBooks I'm about to start working my way through this lovely lot. Awesome week ahead #bookadayuk pic.twitter.com/1HsXLtubQA
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Lynn Ede @LynnCherylEde
@GuardianBooks I'm reading 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' - unusual yarn, relaxing & I long to join Harold on his walk each night!
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Anthony Behan @technopolitics
@guardian @GuardianBooks I'm mostly reading Bushmills.
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Guy Evans @guyaevans
@GuardianBooks pic.twitter.com/x9nVofiTX1
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Sam Jordison @samjordison
@leedslibraries @GuardianBooks Hey that’s lovely! Thank you!
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LeedsLibraries @leedslibraries
Vote for your favourite book in the #NotTheBooker with @samjordison @GuardianBooks. Read more in our blog today ow.ly/ziM5M
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Janet Murray @jan_murray
This is so wrong!! buff.ly/1qjRs6X
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Boo Bam Books @BooBamBooks
@guardian @GuardianBooks I remember being told off for this when we had to hand the books back at the end of the school year!
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VanessaGoldenEgg @VanessaHarbour
Aaarggh pencil only please Our readers really do write in their books – here are pictures as proof gu.com/p/4v3b6/tw via @guardian
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coco anderson @CocoAnders
@GuardianBooks I love reading other people's book notes! Benefits of charity shop books.
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Emily Cooper @taaVirtual
@GuardianBooks @DollyGarland I don't think I could bring myself to do it!
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Katherine Plumbe @KforKathy
@GuardianBooks @DollyGarland

Paper clips, highlighters, pencil underlining and lots of notes in the margins thats what happens to my books
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Margie Orford @MargieOrford
@isobeldixon @benrwms @BooksLIVESA @GuardianBooks I always write in my special books - & I love finding the notes other readers have left
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ellie @norahmoo
@GuardianBooks @DollyGarland My academic txtbks are covered and love finding notes, inscriptions in secondhand books, hate turned corners!
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Grzeg @Grzeg
@GuardianBooks Saddos!
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Alison Donnelly @1alisondonnelly
@guardian @GuardianBooks
Sacrilege!
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Barbary Spencington @Telibarb
@guardian @GuardianBooks NEVER!
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Pam Shurmer @mazabuka1
@guardian @GuardianBooks I thought everyone wrote in books (but in pencil!)
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cardiff confucius @cardiffconfuciu
@guardian @GuardianBooks i always write in mine but my writing is so bad i cant read my own writing when i refer back #textbookfrustration
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Greg Lloyd @roundtrip
.@GuardianBooks I use color coded PostIt tape flags:
Green quote; Red-Orange-Yellow key point (in order); Blue fact pic.twitter.com/cSizLuufP5
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Mo @modoran_mo
@GuardianBooks yes, but only the good ones. I also love reading what others have written.
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Joanne Dixon-Jackson @joannedj
@GuardianBooks Not since I was a student, and that was only in pencil.
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Barbara Watt @Barbwatt
@AberdonianRach @GuardianBooks What?! Write in books?! No no no no no. I agree with Rachel. #Sacrilege
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Sabina Stoynova @StoSabi
@GuardianBooks yes pic.twitter.com/pYP4N2Aye8
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Rachael @AberdonianRach
@GuardianBooks No! That would be sacrilege! #cherishbooks
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Leanne @TrustMeandRun
@GuardianBooks Only in pencil! I do it in the books I'm researching and studying
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Matías ★ Usategui @Bruno_Matias_U
@GuardianBooks I write notes on my books all the time. I do it because that's what we were told to do with our bibles pic.twitter.com/cpnZ638bH4
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Dave Cullen @DaveCullen
Yes! I’m trying to cut down, but can’t stop. RT @PublishersWkly: Do you write in your books? | pwne.ws/1nA8wOm @GuardianBooks
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Sam McLoughlin-Ellul @SamJoMc
@GuardianBooks I used to write my whole name (including middle names) on the first page when I was younger, but that's it.
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Elin Cath @elincath
I'm not an animal RT @GuardianBooks Do you write in your books? ow.ly/2KirxX
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Andrew Tuck @andrewtuck77
@GuardianBooks only in pencil
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Gemma Bristow @konallis
@GuardianBooks No. Books outlive their owners and it's nice to keep them clean for the next inheritor.
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Pegs @Miss_Peg
@GuardianBooks write in my...I can't even finish that sentence. Never! I don't even like breaking spines.
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Ashling Larkin @AshlingLarkin
@GuardianBooks Sacrilege! I'd generally get inexpensive 'for study-notes' copy and/or make photostats, without breaching copyrights :-P
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Josh Francis @Joshfrancis93
@GuardianBooks I write in books I give, I also love second hand books with messages from people. They are stories themselves.
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Pickerington Library @pickeringtonlib
Never (well, at least not library books =) )! RT@GuardianBooks Do you write in your books? ow.ly/2KirxX
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Lisa Koogle @LisaKoogle
@BookTV @GuardianBooks Definitely depends on the book. When I'm shouting at the author, definitely.
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Books and Liliane @BooksandLiliane
@GuardianBooks No, though I used to when I studied English literature. My books were study material then, now they are for pleasure.
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Little Toller @LittleToller
This will make you smile, @agent_luck, a wonderful #onsilburyhill review by Paul Farley in today's @GuardianBooks gu.com/p/4vx8a/tw
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Jörg Oldeleer @oldeleer
@GuardianBooks Actually I do! 😁 pic.twitter.com/fQki97cUhV
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Book Worm @Bookworm_SA
@GuardianBooks Yes, and I do it in ink.
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Harriet Shing @ShingvWorld
. @GuardianBooks @psychopoesie @GdnChildrensBks this quiz is quite possibly the best thing since being eight.
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WCL @wcl_library
Neat @GuardianBooks Q&A with Michael Morpurgo on World War I, talking to 11 year old Fernando and 14 year old Orli bit.ly/1mpbieG
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WritersCentreNorwich @WritersCentre
Great article via @GuardianBooks on technology & writing, featuring @joedunthorne & @ZoePilger: theguardian.com/books/2014/jun…
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Missy DeHart @Coffeefrog
@tommyknocker78 @GuardianBooks I just finished it. All hail @StephenKing
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Missy DeHart @Coffeefrog
@natmiller @GuardianBooks such a wonderful book!
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Steve French @tommyknocker78
@GuardianBooks Mr Mercedes by Stephen King - I'm really enjoying it. Love it when King does straight thriller!
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Nat Miller @natmiller
@GuardianBooks Khaled Hosseini's And the mountains echoed... Can't read it fast enough to find out what happens next :-)
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Ian Enters @IanEnters
@GuardianBooks Cast, Poetry Business Book of New Poets, and Adichie's Americanah- both brilliant, absorbing and strong. @poetrybusiness
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Lucy Coats @lucycoats
Thanks for the #CKG14 live feed, @GuardianBooks. I feel like I'm actually there. Go @bcb567! Great speech on reading/literacy. 100% agree.
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Irvine Welsh @IrvineWelsh
@GuardianBooks Indy debate hijack: might JKR not be eligible for Scotland under the new residency rules?
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Kate @KateSLP
@guardian @BookshopEye @GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness as a child sitting in the children's section of my dad's bookshop in Warwick!
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Quill And Canvas @quillandcanvas
@GuardianBooks this is a bookstore and art gallery in Gurgaon, in India you may want to add. pic.twitter.com/c0pm9VXIzN
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RichardBooth's Books @BoothsBookshop
@BookishBecca @GuardianBooks yes, that's us! Well spotted Becca
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Adél Groenewald @Adelgreen
I got featured on @GuardianBooks with my bookshop memories. gu.com/p/3q7b8
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Bookish Becca @BookishBecca
@GuardianBooks: Bookshop memories: your pictures and stories gu.com/p/3q7b8/tw
Sure this is @BoothsBookshop ?!
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Michaela Moser @michaelamoser
Sehr schön (sentimental) “@GuardianBooks: Bookshop memories: your pictures and stories ow.ly/2IsUNX
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Jonny Geller @JonnyGeller
This is a lovely idea - @GuardianBooks asking for memories and pics of fave bookshops theguardian.com/books/booksblo… pic.twitter.com/hGq7RqNUVT
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Alexander Burns @afburns
Photo I took of my daughter in @recycledbooks made the Guardian! (about half-way down the page) theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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British Council Lit @LitBritish
Post your questions for Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell and hear the answers Thursday at 1pm over at @GuardianBooks theguardian.com/books/2014/jun…
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Jess Clark @JessicaPClark
How many have you read? The top 10 feminist books via Rachel Holmes, @GuardianBooks and @guardian. #histgender
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Heather Sneddon @heather_grace13
@GuardianBooks @Tussymarx What about Virginia Woolf : A room of one's own?
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Duygu @Kristeva_
@GuardianBooks What happened to Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora N. Hurston or Color Purple by Alice Walker ?
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Becky @becky_eumor
@GuardianBooks @Tussymarx Good list(esp Davis, Flaubert, Wollstonecraft Winterson). What happened to hooks' 'Ain't I a Woman?' @bellhooks
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anne matthews @buttercupday
@GuardianBooks @GdnChildrensBks I've had as much fun reading the Roald Dahl books to my sons as they've had listening to them!
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Kenji Barrett @kenjibarrett
@GuardianBooks The Rocking-Horse Winner by D. H. Lawrence
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Tamara Abraham @TamaraAbraham
My fave book as a kid :( RT @GuardianBooks: Spot the Dog creator Eric Hill dies aged 86 gu.com/p/3qvng/tw pic.twitter.com/hihVUfFnFM
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madeleine masterson @madeleinemaster
@GuardianBooks Don't look now by Daphne Du Maurier
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Helen Burrows @HelenAfterDark
@GuardianBooks @GdnChildrensBks recently read #demondentist by @davidwalliams and loved it! And cried like a baby at #Gangstagranny
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Emma Pass @EmmaPass
FABULOUS article from @NonPratt: "@GuardianBooks: Why adults shouldn't be embarrassed to read children's books gu.com/p/3qxcq/tw
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G Shrivastava @plaingeets
I definitely don't get embarassed! RT @GuardianBooks Why adults shouldn't be embarrassed to read children's books gu.com/p/3qxcq/tw
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Ian Enters @IanEnters
@GuardianBooks @GdnChildrensBks Why should children have all the fun?
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Ser Kal @KhalSir
@GuardianBooks @GdnChildrensBks In the last few weeks i've read 5 of @davidwalliams books.
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ChickswDictionaries @ChickswD
@GuardianBooks @Colorado_Review. We feel the same way! We hope our blog can be part of that small army of amateur #literary critics.
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Tri_Northern @trinort04
@GuardianBooks try theliterarytree.blogspot.com :-)
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Les Aaron @hubmaster
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness .browsing at the Strand was a wonderland of discovery. That's where I found Catch 22 & "V" & other prizes.
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Polly @IntervalThinks
@GuardianBooks @ImogenRW My father could only read MRJames short story on a crosschannel ferry as was too frightening to be read elsewhere.
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Kate Carter @katehelencarter
This reminds me of moving house house. RT @GuardianBooks: How to move 500,000 books –gu.com/p/3pqa4/tw pic.twitter.com/Yx6s0TbDcl
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Anne Borrowdale @AnneBorrowdale
@GuardianBooks @ImogenRW Tolkien is Germany. Read LOTR 2x in 3 wks age 17 - staying with German family but knew no German
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J-P Martins @JPStrategy
@GuardianBooks I recognised Foyles instantly. Mum was a librarian with a big account there and I used to meet her, rummaging among the books
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Eloise Roberts @lefthandof
9/10 on @GuardianBooks scifi book covers quiz! I guessed quite a few of these but I'll go with it theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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Michelle @bookclubforum
@UKTor @GuardianBooks I managed 9, most were educated guesses though :)
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Scott Stearns @The_Book_Nook
Apropos my efforts to finish GOLDFINCH, @GuardianBooks provides an overview of Donna Tartt and her work.
ow.ly/xrACR
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Richard Galbraith @ricgalbraith
@guardian @gothick @GuardianBooks 7 out of 10, kicking myself, i've read them all!
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Gareth Williams @gownautilus
Only 9/10. Darn! "@guardian: Quiz: Can you identify these classic sci-fi books by their covers? gu.com/p/3pk8e/tw @GuardianBooks"
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Grant Rintoul @GrantRintoul
10/10!!
@GuardianBooks: Quiz: Can you identify these classic sci-fi books by their covers? gu.com/p/3pk8e/tw pic.twitter.com/kDBVGu6PrO
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4tis @4tis
9/10 :-) “@guardian: Quiz: Can you identify these classic sci-fi books by their covers? gu.com/p/3pk8e/tw @GuardianBooks
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Gemma Storey @gemma_m_storey
@eMod_Adrienne @GuardianBooks 8/10. Yes...I am a geek. :-)
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Heather Leask @Heather_Leask
@guardian @GuardianBooks Nine out of ten. Almost a pure geek. Thanks.
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Ewa SR @EwaSR
"Almost a pure geek": I got 8/10: Can you identify these classic sci-fi books by their covers theguardian.com/books/booksblo… via @GuardianQuiz
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Picador USA @PicadorUSA
Thank you, @GuardianBooks, for recognizing the brilliance that is @alaindebotton and @augusten's Twitter. bit.ly/1rp5XXu
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Gollancz @Gollancz
Fiercely competitive over our @GuardianBooks SF book cover quiz results. Some of us are feeling a bit smug. theguardian.com/books/booksblo…
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Sian Cain @siancain
Re-reading 20000 Leagues Under The Sea for @GuardianBooks article; getting excited about choosing which London bookshop to buy it from.
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Nick Sidwell @nicksidwell
@GuardianBooks @GuardianNK Another excellent title is Young-Ha Kim's Your Republic is Calling You (amazon.co.uk/Your-Republic-…) Great Korean noir
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Inkology @InkologyStories
. @GdnChildrensBks It’s my experience that teens tell me what to read. And they are often right.
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Jerà ® @JeraZW
@GuardianBooks For me,web enables easier research. I write on pad,in ink.Old skool.Click when I hav to.Discipline.My pen is capped
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Oli Jeffery @ojeffery
I'm on Twitter, so yes. RT @GuardianBooks Is the internet an enemy of writers' creativity? gu.com/p/3p84c/tw pic.twitter.com/dMXBfYOlc6
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Shreyas @Qutubview
@GuardianBooks My mum's Sociology collection from the 1970s. pic.twitter.com/qR4RhZmbH6
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Deirdre Connolly @DeirdreAileen
@GuardianBooks pic.twitter.com/FIXfXNSMkf
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Chris Brooke @chrisbrooke
@GuardianBooks My #PelicanShelfie is here pic.twitter.com/wxnJT7zChw
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Dr Shaunie @drshaunie
@cccubookshop @GuardianBooks I grew up with Ladybirds! Especially the well-loved tales, such beautiful illustrations.
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kari howard @karihow
Feel its TONIC ACTION, @GuardianBooks. The ad on the back is even better than the cover. pic.twitter.com/N2Jw10lUsL
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Rob Campbell @robcampbe11
@GuardianBooks #PelicanBooks Have 'em & won't ever chuck 'em! Acquired years & years ago from many a 2nd hand shop. pic.twitter.com/tJIb9urH9S
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Dr Shaunie @drshaunie
@cccubookshop: . @GuardianBooks #pelicanbooks ? In my younger days o wondered why all bookshops had a section just about pelicans!
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patrisha robertson @eloquentpea
@northernmonkee1 @doodleloudesign @guardian @GuardianBooks I owned several of these books. How lovely to see their covers again!
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Charlie D @cjgdoc
@GuardianBooks #PelicanBooks oh and this too pic.twitter.com/0rBdi55qY6
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Charlie D @cjgdoc
@GuardianBooks #PelicanBooks No doubt there are some more are in the loft. Now have to dig them out! pic.twitter.com/W6Y6DBnsiP
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Paul Johnson @northernmonkee1
Fab review of the story behind Pelican books RT: @guardian gu.com/p/3zkbe/tw @GuardianBooks pic.twitter.com/F8ChXq3Q4I
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WritersCentreNorwich @WritersCentre
In need of a little break? Grab yourself a cup of tea and check out these comic collaborations from @GuardianBooks theguardian.com/books/ng-inter…
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Exoskeleton @MarikenTonis
@GuardianBooks pic.twitter.com/5zHFHQYM6Z
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Kate Woodward @spugletkw
@GuardianBooks A slightly later reprint of Hubbard's Grasses - 2.95 in 1981, but the book still gets consulted! pic.twitter.com/x75DpKACnk
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Foyles Bookshop @Foyles
RT @orionbooks: Read Gillian Flynn's debut comic with @davegibbons90 on @GuardianBooks. Vigilante parents fight back! bit.ly/1lbRGbt
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W&N Books @wnbooks
Wow! Read Gillian Flynn's comic with @davegibbons90 on @GuardianBooks. Vigilante parents fighting!(cc:@shelleywriter) bit.ly/1lbRGbt
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Martin R Polley @HistoryMartin
@GuardianBooks Trade unions and the 19th Century at 5 bob and 2/6 respectively #PelicanBooks pic.twitter.com/yFRWf1PqQ5
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Emily S Organ @EmilySOrgan
@GuardianBooks not the lightest read #PelicanBooks pic.twitter.com/iU8WFESuIN
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University Bookshop @cccubookshop
. @GuardianBooks #pelicanbooks to soar once more, happy days! Can you spot the odd one out? pic.twitter.com/eJgRx6eOsY
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Thomas Thurman @tjathurman
.@GuardianBooks yes, quite a few! Here's one from 1939 and another from 1972. pic.twitter.com/ycZ2JvzhdB
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Andrew M @AM_HC
@GuardianBooks This is a lovely one! pic.twitter.com/bWW7h2BiWW
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Tim Gow copywriting @TimCopy
@GuardianBooks @PenguinUKBooks @paullaity Loved Pelican books, a staple of my student days - here's my little library pic.twitter.com/hnIa8lLyYX
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Viv @v_mills
@GuardianBooks That's the same edition my parents have and I read from 21 years ago.
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Sherlock Holmes @BennedictHolmes
@GuardianBooks I am only one person.
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cataqueña @mittesse
@GuardianBooks @guardian Avui a Catalunya molt bonica diada, nosaltres també la seguim aquí a Venezuela com les circunstancies deixen
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MUNICH BOOKS @MUNICH_BOOKS
@GuardianBooks
Pandora
I adore ya
I implore ye
Don't Ignore me.

#AdrianMole #Poetry
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Paul Walsh @Paul_J_P_W
@GuardianBooks
Pandora
I adore ya
I implore ye
Don't Ignore me.

Bad Adrian Mole Poetry
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GrrlScientist @GrrlScientist
New Books Party: books received this week | @GrrlScientist gu.com/p/3zx54/tw via @guardian cc @OUPAcademic @BasicBooks
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Si Fitsall @fallupgetdown
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Molly Bloom from Ulysses
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Helen Yang @hyyang
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness #JaneEyre
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Danny Webster. @dannywebster
@GuardianBooks Jo from 'Little Women'; Violet from 'What I loved'; Jane Eyre. @GuardianWitness
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JB @stockholmseoul
@shutupbanks @GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Ooh, good ones! McCaffrey's the Rowan, too.
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Sean E Gray @SeanEGray
@GuardianBooks Granny Weatherwax from the Discworld books - one of my favourite heroes from any book.
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Tom Whyte @TomWhyte
@GuardianBooks Kathy in Wuthering Heights. Complex and incredibly strong character. The rest of the cast can't help but revolve around her.
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University Bookshop @cccubookshop
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Colette's Claudine, Olivia Manning's Harriet Pringle, Hardy's Tess are a few of ours
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JB @stockholmseoul
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Kwan Li from The Hundred Secret Senses by @AmyTan
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Jason Winders @WesternEditor
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lyra Belacqua stands as one of my favourite characters of all time.
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