Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 4.5 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.  chrome

NPR Books

Acclaimed author Denis Johnson has died at 67; we're remembering him with this lovely piece from Nathan Englander:
Our latest installment of #ReadingTheGame takes on the epic experience that is Witcher 3:
ISADORA illustrates a year of wrenching grief in the life of legendary American dancer Isadora Duncan:
Josh Malerman of the High Strung moves closer to merging his jobs as writer and rocker with BLACK MAD WHEEL:
It's aliiiive!! Our Summer Reader Poll is back, celebrating comics & graphic novels! Cast your vote: #NPRcomics
process gif (kinda) for my @nprbooks illo- genre fiction switching up the publishing game with audio B~)…
Retweeted by NPR Books
A teen from the Bronx has a summer of revelations in THE EDUCATION OF MARGOT SANCHEZ:
Katherine Heiny's first novel for adults is warmhearted and funny, if occasionally wearing:
FLORENCE IN ECSTASY is "beautiful but exhausting," says critic @carmenmmachado:
It's the nuggets that shine brightest in THE GOLDEN COCKEREL & OTHER WRITINGS, says critic Lily Meyer:
The supermarket "represents the extraordinary luxury that Americans have at our fingertips," says Michael Ruhlman:
Imagine what it would be like to sit down at Simone de Beauvoir's desk:
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse offers a guide to raising resilient kids in THE VANISHING AMERICAN ADULT:
If short stories tend to leave you wanting more, Tessa Hadley's new collection BAD DREAMS will satisfy:
CHECK, PLEASE! is so darn cute, I spent an afternoon reading it instead of web-producing @Nulaby's excellent story
Slovak author Jana Beňová's SEEING PEOPLE OFF is a short strange trip, beautiful in its own way:
IN GENERATION WEALTH, it's more about wanting than having:
A Cambodian-American woman returns to Cambodia to unearth family secrets in Vaddey Ratner's new MUSIC OF THE GHOSTS
Two things, says @TheBookMaven: BASED ON A TRUE STORY is powerfully suspenseful. But it may not be based in truth:
Patricia Lockwood's PRIESTDADDY shimmers with antic, obscene life, though family quirk can obscure darker details:
Colm Tóibín goes far afield -- to shattering effect -- in HOUSE OF NAMES, his take on the story of Clytemnestra:
THE UNITED STATES OF ABSURDITY compiles 29 particularly American stories of insanity (and drunkenness):
For Hillary supporters, PANTSUIT NATION is a little like reading old love letters after a breakup:
Institutions aren't perfect, but they're the bedrock of democracy, says Condoleezza Rice:
Reading Lovecraft, Ruthanna Emrys found her sympathy with the monsters. She flips the Mythos in WINTER TIDE:
Twiends uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter.