Twitter Thursday is dedicated to all my twitter followers. To get nominated for a spot on Twitter Thursday all you need to do is follow me on Twitter at @lizzylessard and use your twitter account on Thursday! That’s it. Different followers each week. Five random followers were chosen this week:
Becky Paulk @ Book Bite Reviews
Becky Paulk is a book review blogger for the YA Paranormal Genre. On her most recent tweet, she added Pitch by Jullian Eaten to her to-be-considered for review pile on Goodreads.
Emily @ Confessions of a Bookaholic
Emily is a book review blogger for YA, Dystopian, and Paranormal Romance Genres. On her most recent tweet, she said
#WeHaveSimon #WeWantAlec, which I’m assuming refers to the cast of the Mortal Instrument movie in development.
Laurie Jenkins @ Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews
Laurie is a book review blogger for the Paranormal Genre. Her most recent tweets are about giveaways on her site. Check them out!
Kristen Holbrook is a reader, writer, and artist, who apparently is addicted to video games too. I know how that is. My personal FOTM is League of Legends. On her most recent tweet, she’s written nine pages in her notebook. Yay! Keep writing, girl!
Bryan Johnson @ Author of Yield (Book 1 in the Armageddi Series)
Releasing August 14, 2012, Yield is Bryan Johnson’s debut novel. You can preorder it from on paperback from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Ebook purchases can be made from the author’s website. On his most recent tweet, he was contemplating whether to market or work on the sequel. Sequel in my opinion.
Ex-fire chief Devin Bane rises above the thick clouds for an interview in Seattle and the promise of a better life. Packing up his carry-on items for their descent into the city, Devin is blinded by a distant flash, followed by the screams and chaos of a crash landing.
Outside the plane’s wreckage, a new nightmare surrounds him. Seattle’s iconic skyline is gone.
Searching for answers as he flees through the ruins, Devin and a handful of survivors are surrounded by the most primitive side of human nature. Plunged into the darkness of a broken society, their tattered souls are each tested by the horrors they face. Even if Devin can escape the city, a far worse danger now blocks his path back home . . .
Back to his family and the dawning of a changed world.