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7. YALSAblog Tweets of the Week – October 17, 2014

A short list of tweets from the past week of interest to teens and the library staff that work with them.

Do you have a favorite Tweet from the past week? If so add it in the comments for this post. Or, if you read a Twitter post between October 17 – October 23 that you think is a must for the next Tweets of the Week send a direct or @ message to lbraun2000 on Twitter.

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15. YALSAblog Tweets of the Week – October 10, 2014

A short list of tweets from the past week of interest to teens and the library staff that work with them.

Do you have a favorite Tweet from the past week? If so add it in the comments for this post. Or, if you read a Twitter post between October 10 – October 16 that you think is a must for the next Tweets of the Week send a direct or @ message to lbraun2000 on Twitter.

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  • Wed, 14:05: My dog is walking through the house with a stolen cat food can dangling from her furry tail. Not too slick there, Gabby.
  • Wed, 14:06: RT @jlmarti1: Every time someone asks my favorite book I give a diff. answer. I'm not intentionally lying but it's such a confusing questio…

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  • Tue, 00:49: I love being a writer, but my job should really involve more mini pigs and puppies because ... Well, just because ... all jobs should.
  • Tue, 00:57: I love this girl's Where's Waldo shirt.She gets the children's book writer vote. #WatchingBlinds #thevoice

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22. Can You Crack J.K. Rowling’s Riddle?

J.K. Rowling (2)Yesterday, J.K. Rowling wrote a post on Twitter about the projects that have kept her busy as of late which include the screenplay for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. One fan responded to her and confessed that she likes to analyze Rowling’s tweets.

Rowling has since posted a riddle for her fans to dissect: “Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry! My wand won’t tolerate this nonsense.” Do you think you can crack Rowling’s riddle?

Below, we’ve chronicled the exchange in a Storify post embedded below. What do you think?

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23. My tweets

  • Tue, 21:02: This is what is happening on my desk right now. "This" is a whole lot of cutting. I should hashtag… http://t.co/95ajlIpNID
  • Tue, 21:13: I should probably carry maps when I walk through town because I am always trying to explain directions to lost tourists. Maps are helpful.
  • Wed, 01:43: I wish the guys on #supernatural had some Krav Maga training or something. Maybe? Too easy? Doesn't allow for enough unconscious times?
  • Wed, 01:44: Also, I don't care who you've shared your body with; it seems a brain should only be knocked unconscious so many times. #supernatural

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25. J.K. Rowling’s Anagram Has Been Solved

J.K. Rowling (2)On October 6th, J.K. Rowling created a riddle that ignited a storm of activity on Twitter: “Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry! My wand won’t tolerate this nonsense.” Harry Potter fans became obsessed with figuring out the answer. Rowling kept the conversation going by tweeting hints.

More than 24 hours later, Emily Strong (a.k.a. @EmyBemy2) solved Rowling’s anagram; the author named her “The One True Hermione of Twitter.” According to Time, Strong is “a PhD student at the University of Sheffield who regularly updates her own blog and describes herself as a lover of ‘all things Harry Potter’ in her Twitter bio.”

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