7-Imp Has Succumbed

h1 March 29th, 2011 by jules

I never thought I’d say this, but there’s a first time for everything, I suppose: I am now on Twitter. I am doing this solely to announce blog posts and my weekly Kirkus columns. And to do my part to better follow others’ announcements in the realm of children’s literature. I can tell you right now, though I’m willing to be proven wrong, that I expect I won’t be terrifically active over there. I’ll merely be sharing links about children’s books. Here and there. Now and then.

I guess I never officially announced, too, that I’m also on Facebook and use it to mostly—but not always—link back to 7-Imp posts and jibber-jabber about children’s lit. If you’d like to better keep up with 7-Imp that way, the info you need is on this page of the site.

So, back to Twitter: Come find me @SevenImp, if you’re so inclined. I’m new to this. Humor me. And help me if I stumble? Merci.





5 comments to “7-Imp Has Succumbed”

  1. Jules, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by twitter. It is a fabulous resource and community. I know it’s not for everyone, and I thought it wasn’t for me either and that I’d rarely tweet, but I was quite wrong- I love it.


  2. Thanks, Boni. See you there!


  3. I’m just jumping on the Twitter bandwagon as well. Welcome aboard!


  4. Thanks, Leslie!


  5. We have a library Twitter feed (@WebsterLibrary), which I have access to and post to, although mostly I just Don’t Get It. We’re following you now, though, Jules. Yeah, that’s right: the WHOLE LIBRARY is watching you.


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