a curse so dark and lonelyI had my first experience with live tweeting my reactions to a book these past two days, and I have to admit I found it rather fun. Of course, I feel like it could be a lot more fun if it involved more people, since that might give it somewhat of a book club feel. But then again, I could be wrong, since I never actually managed to find a book club that I enjoyed. Regardless, I had a lot of fun with it.

Preventing myself from giving out spoilers was hard though. You see, a lot of my reading experience involves predictions. The unfortunate thing about that comes with the fact that predictions often involve a lot of what is going on within the novel. It’s hard to predict things without giving away some spoilers. Now, granted, if I’m just guessing and I get it right I don’t personally think that counts as a spoiler. It’s a tricky line to walk.

And now the big question is: do I continue live tweeting reactions to the books I read?

I had fun, but I don’t know if it’s something worth doing. Which brings me to…have any of you ever live tweeted reactions to a novel? How did it go? Did you enjoy it? Would you do it again? Really, any thoughts you have on the matter feel free to drop in the comments below! I’d love to hear them!

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  1. I’ve done the occasional live tweeting while reading. For some books it makes them easier to get through, others are so shocking that I feel the need to share my reactions. It can be fun what seeing what people react to when live tweeting about a book. And who knows, the tweets might just convince someone to pick up the book!
    I enjoyed the tweets as you read ACSDAL 😊

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