Earlier this week, we asked readers to submit their favorite possible tweets for Elvis’ meeting with Nixon in 1970.
Little did they know that they were competing to get a free copy of the book!
The comment with the most votes below by Monday will get a free autographed copy of Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.
Next week, we’ll post a new “Tweet in the Blank” and another opportunity to vote on the best submitted tweet! (So get ready)
Twitter Historian on April 29th 2010 in 1970s
What did Elvis tweet right after meeting with Nixon in 1970?
Leave us your best tweets in the comments!
Twitter Historian on April 27th 2010 in 1970s, The Book, Tweet in the Blank
Such difficult decisions. Johnny’s tweet is from the book Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World, along with other famous singers throughout history like Elvis, Michael Jackson, and Confucius. The book comes to bookstores around the U.S. and Canada in just 8 days!
Johnny Cash (@johnny$): What to wear, what to wear…
Page 105 in Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World
Twitter Historian on April 19th 2010 in 1970s, The Book
TrickyMe (Richard Nixon): Messed up @PaulaDeen’s recipe again. I am not a cook.
Twitter Historian on January 21st 2010 in 1970s
From Twitterstorian Sean Tucker:
J.Ed. Hoover: @TrickyDick Closed my investigation into Manolo Blahnik. Would feel bad but these shoes are FABULOUS!!!
Twitter Historian on September 3rd 2009 in 1970s