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February Tweets that ‘Twas

 

February Tweeter (c) Laura Lavrack

It’s time for a round up of the best Tweets that ‘Twas. Instead of choosing the best of the week, we’re doing the best of the month. Much harder to choose because there are so many good ones!

Here are my top 5, Letterman style, and after you check them out, maybe you’d like to share your top 5 for February?

5. Amanda Flower @aflowerwriter I’m now the registrar for Bouchercon 2012. My first official duty was adding Sara Paretsky to the attendee list. How cool is that?

4. Marcy Kennedy @MarcyKennedy Do you believe in second chances? Tolkien did http://bit.ly/zP2JG5

3. Karen McFarland  @KarenMcFarland_ How to make this the best Leap Day ever!http://bit.ly/sC7N57

2. Debra Kristi @DebraKristi Immortal Monday: The Castle of Vlad Dracula “The Impaler” http://twrt.me/0sdljw

1. PetaPixel @petapixel Stunning photos of the northern lights floating over an Icelandic volcano: http://bitly.com/y8Jif7

Your turn. What were your 5 favorite February Tweets that ‘Twas?

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