YA on Twitter

Lately I have been trying to get more into Twitter. While generally speaking, I still have very little to say for myself, I am gradually finding some young adult fiction-related goodness on there that’s too good not to spread around. 

Because if there’s one thing we always need more of, it’s possibilities for procrastination!

(I really, really don’t need more of that at all). 

Here are a few of my favourites: 

I wish I had thought of doing this.

I’m sure most of you will know this girl already. She is a wonderful book blogger and vlogger and her Twitter is the home of the much loved #ukyachat. A few weeks ago it was about feminism. Obviously I love it. 

She wrote Only Ever Yours and Asking For It and her Twitter account is a constant stream of feminism and cultural criticism. Right now it’s a really great place for all things Beyonce. 

What are some of your favourite bookish Twitter accounts? Recommendations please.

Author: Lydia Tewkesbury

27. Loves a good story.

11 thoughts on “YA on Twitter”

  1. I love twitter and I’m on it a bit too much, yet I don’t think I have favorite bookish accounts like that. I just enjoy reading other tweets about books, people fangirling about a book coming out, authors just doing their thing, and being a bit crazy at times. Twitter is such a great place, ahah :p


    1. Omg I wasn’t aware of that one! It’s so funny. Thank you. I am following it now. I will check out the others as well.

      I can see Twitter turning into a massive new source of procrastination for me…


  2. I ADORE twitter. XD I’m probably on there way too much, tbh, but it’s such a fan place to be and also super easy to connect to people. :’) I need to follow Louise O’Neill after this. XD And I do like the tweeters who do funny things or #bookwormproblems. I do a lot of those myself. IT’S SO MUCH FUNNNNN. ;D

    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!


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