Smackdown Books 2017

Arlene's smackdown17 book montage

The Memory of Things
Hour of the Bees
The Gospel Truth
Ultraman, Vol. 1
Ghost
The Bunker Diary
Echo
Trouble Is a Friend of Mine
Footer Davis Probably Is Crazy
The Hired Girl
An Ember in the Ashes
The Porcupine of Truth
Enchanted Air: Two Cultures, Two Wings: A Memoir
Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans
Goodbye Stranger
Beautiful Blue World
The Blackthorn Key
One
Updraft
All American Boys
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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Last Round? Twitter Posts!

Good Sunday morning fellow Mighty Smackdowners!

I've just finished reading our zombie pick - nothing by janne teller - which Brad wrote about in his post on The Unwritten vs. nothing. Not surprisingly it has been commented on the most out of all the books which is why it appears in our right hand sidebar beneath our one-of-a-kind Mighty Smackdown art.

New at the top of our right hand sidebar is a Twitter feed of my comments just having read nothing. No need for me to say any more because I think the tweets say it all.

If you are already on Twitter and know how it works, please jump in.

If you are on Twitter already but not really sure how it works, when you tweet, please add the hashtag #mightysmackdown. Before I selected it, I checked that it has not been used yet, which it hasn't. When you add the hashtag, we are then able to search for any posts that contain it. This is what a search page for #mightysmackdown looks like right now. Each time someone tweets with #mightysmackdown in it, it will be added to the top of the page.

That is also how I am able to feed all the posts into the right hand side as every time there is a new tweet with the hashtag it will automatically appear on our blog.

If you don't have a Twitter account, please sign up for one. Once you are in, type your tweet in the What's Happening box including #mightysmackdown. As the hashtag is 15 characters you will then only have 125 characters including spaces to say what you need to say. If, like me, you had more to say, you can post a series of tweets as I did. Just remember to include #mightysmackdown in each one.

Happy tweeting/micro-blogging!
Arlene

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