Thanks to Sasha for sending me this link to a Telegraph article on tweets as literature. Some tasty examples below from Tim Collins' Little Book of Twitter. Meanwhile the air is thick with exciting projects and collaborations forming - none quite ready to tweetblogblababout just yet.
jamesjoyce: Man walks around Dublin. We follow every minute detail of his day. He’s probably overtweeting.
charlesdickens: Orphan given £££ by secret follower. He thinks it’s @misshavisham but it turns out to be @magwitch
The Catcher in the Rye
jdsalinger: Rich kid thinks everyone is fake except for his little sister. Has breakdown. @markchapman is now following @johnlennon
Pride and Prejudice
janeaustin: Woman meets man called Darcy who seems horrible. He turns out to be nice really. They get together.
Bridget Jones’s Diary
helenfielding: RT @janeaustin Woman meets man called Darcy who seems horrible. He turns out to be nice really. They get together.