Twitter is a social network that lets you write very short content at a time. The short content update is known as a tweet. Using a service like Twitter is sometimes called microblogging. Many authors make use of Twitter as part of their book promotion. You can find a list of authors on Twitter here
Here is our latest coverage of Twitter:
How Many Words is That? (2018-04-16): Find out word counts for different types of writing from tweets to novels including short stories, fiction, novels and more.
Hachette Tests Book Sales Using Twitter (2014-12-08): Hachette is launching a new way to buy books: through Twitter. Promoted titles can be purchased on the author's Twitter: each title comes with a bonus.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jennifer Egan Tweeting Short Story (2012-05-25): Pulitzer Prize winning author Jennifer Egan is tweeting a short story on Twitter.
R.L. Stine Shares Short Story on Twitter (2012-02-16): Author R.
Author's Tweeted Novel Now Available in Paperback (2010-07-14): Author Matt Stewart has released his tweeted novel, The French Revolution, in paperback through Soft Skull Press.
Fake Character Twitters Written By Freelancers and Screenwriters (2010-03-23): As most people are aware a lot of effort goes into creating the fake Twitter accounts and blogs that tie-in with television shows and movies.
LSSU Publishes 2010 Banned Words List (2010-01-21): Reuters reports that Lake Superior State University wordsmith's have published a list of banned words for 2010.
Twijote Project to Put Text of Don Quixote on Twitter (2010-01-14): Fans of Cervante's Don Quixote de la Mancha are determined to put
the entire book on Twitter, one tweet at a time.
J.K. Rowling Joins Twitter (2009-09-29): Tired of other people impersonating her, J.
Author Alice Hoffman Criticizes Book Critic on Twitter (2009-06-29): The L.
Author R.N. Morris Serializes His Novel on Twitter (2009-03-20): R.
Hot Trend: Microblogging on Twitter (2008-05-05): The hottest trend going right now is microblogging on Twitter.