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TweetBookz: The next level of TwitLit

Yes, Virginia, you can now self-publish your banal tweets for everyone to enjoy. TweetBookz is a new company that will publish your Twitter feeds as a hardcover book (for $30) or a softcover (for $20).

Works can be published in English, French, Spanish, or Hebrew, and bulk order discounts are available. 

From the TweetBookz press release:

To keep the tweets authentic, users are not allowed to edit past tweets or add new tweets directly to the books. Additionally, users CANNOT purchase books of other people’s tweets, although they can send gift cards to fellow Twitter users enabling them to print their own books.


Says TweetBookz.com co-founders, Jacob Shwirtz and Asael Kahana: “This is a fun way to look back on your favorite tweets and capture all the emotion of those moments to keep forever. It’s a great gift either for family, friends or just for yourself.”

What a precious keepsake to pass down to your children. “Today I couldn’t find a parking space. FML” and “Dang. Store doesn’t carry my fave brand of toothpaste” are sentiments that future generations will surely cherish for all time.


November 23rd, 2009

3:39 pm

Category: Book news

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