10 Facts About the Historical Tweets Book

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We just sent the book off to the printers, and we couldn’t be more excited.  It’s destined to be the year’s #1 best-seller in the crowded history/Twitter/humor category, hands down.

SO, now that the book is done, we bring you:

10 Little-Known But Totally Inspiring True Facts About
Historical Tweets:The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World

  1. The book has 144 full-color pages.
  2. For all you spatial thinkers, it measures 8-1/8 inches wide by  5-1/2 inches tall.
  3. The cover art was created by artist Barry Blitt, whose work is often seen on the cover of The New Yorker.
  4. The book features 50 of the best tweets from the Historical Tweets site from 2008 to now.
  5. The book contains over 8o brand new, never-before-seen tweets.
  6. New tweets from the likes of T-Rex, Socrates, Merlin the Magician, The Vikings, Napoleon, and Gorbachev.
  7. The book also features all-new types of Twitter-esque humor like conversation stacks, tag clouds, and hate tweets.
  8. Besides @historicaltweet, you can follow our whole team on Twitter: authors @alecmcnayr and @abeard, our humor and fact checker @dbrisco, our editor @ryandoh, and our agent @kate_mckean (she’s popular).
  9. Of the new tweets in the book, our personal favorites are Agamemnon (Alan) and Isaac Newton (Alec).
  10. The book is on sale for pre-order for as low as $9.45 right now.

We hope you’re as excited for the book as we are. As always, thanks for your support.

Alan & Alec

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on February 26th 2010

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