Sunday, 23 August 2015

The Brevity of Twit - K.D. Rose


Synopsis: From the author of "Inside Sorrow" , Readers Favorite 2013 international Silver Medal for Poetry.
Humor in 140 characters or less.
A witty walk through the minefield of tweeting, twitter, and the many uses we have socially for it. From serious poetry to a scandalous take on improper grammar, this fast paced take on the brevity of chatting in 140 characters or less will have you falling in love with tweeting all over again.

Review: I had a lot of fun reading this little book! K.D. Rose has mastered the art of satire and funneled it into 140 character punches. The Brevity of Twit is packed with a compilation of her Twitter gems, interspersed with funny stories about trending topics and Twitter etiquette. While those are the clips that kept me laughing, her 140 character poetry is actually amazing. It's clear that Rose has a great deal more to offer than fantastically clever sarcasm and witty puns—she is also a profoundly talented poet. She has mastered the art of Haiku, formulating poetry that fits perfectly within the confines of the Twitter soap box. That feat aside, the poetry is really good—and I look forward to reading more of it (and think you should too). And so, off to follow K.D. Rose I go…


Amazon Link: The Brevity of Twit: Poetry in 140 Characters

I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book by Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for my honest opinion, which this is. This post contains an affiliate link, which means that if you click on the Amazon link and buy the book, I may receive a commission.


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