Hello there! Are you another victim of Twitter who has given up their life to constantly scroll through your feed?
Okay, maybe I’m being overdramatic but it’s way too easy to lose track of all your senses when you’re scrolling through Twitter. It’s a weird space in the sense that it can be the source of all my happiness and excitement due to my friends and the the wonderful, funny tweets but it can also be a toxic place of stupidity and plain bad opinions.
But whatever may be the case, I’ve probably encountered millions of funny and simply weird tweets in the past few years. This made me think what if tweets could be a book or a book blurb?
And now we’re here 🙂
I Turn Random Tweets Into Book Blurbs
I asked people on Twitter whether they would like to submit any tweets for this project and everyone was super excited 🙂 So without further ado, let’s start with the first tweet.
A group of kids stumble upon a board game called Corona which sucks them into a sci-fi dysptopia world where they must stop the evil cheeto king Trump from unleashing all hell and getting everyone killed with the Co-vid19 virus. If they’re able to beat Trump and the game everything will go back to normal, like it was in March but the more time they spend in the game, the more is starts merging with their reality. Will they get back their old lives or spell out the doom for the rest of humanity?
I straight up cackled when I saw this tweet because oh my god, if only! This entire year feels like a game of Jumanji and whoever’s playing better win this game.
“Be the bigger person.” It’s the mantra Aisha has always heard and followed. She was the bigger person when her step-brother was given the kingdom just because she was a princess. She was the bigger person when they killed her lover because they believed he had polluted her mind. She was the bigger person as she watched her brother destroy their kingdom and accuse her of treason. No more.
Now she’s out for blood and revenge as she tries to lead a rebellion against her brother and claim the throne that is rightfully hers. But as she journeys through the kingdom, Aisha wonders if she can even save it. Can she take the kingdom for herself before all hope is lost.
I’m not completely satisfied with this book blurb but it’s the only thing that came to mind so let me know what you think.
Alan has no idea how long they’ve been stuck. Everything keeps happening over and over again. It’s like they’re living through every day in several alternate dimensions to the point they’ve lost track of how time is even passing. All they can do is crawl through every moment of life while dealing with a massive headache. But one day they meet someone who’s experiencing the same thing they are. And then another, and another, and another. As more and more people join, the chaos increases and Alan must try and figure out what’s happening and how to fix it before all the alternate timelines make them go crazy.
Okay, this is so weird. Like if I were to right this I won’t even know where to begin but on the other hand, I would love to read something like this!
All Sana wanted was to live a normal life. Finish school, get the town council to revamp their library and maybe ask out her crush? But this winter, a shady magical power seems to have awaken in their small town, leaving gruesome dead bodies in its wake. With half the town dead and her entire family slain, even at the doors of death, Sana wants to put a stop to this, she wants revenge. She makes a bargain with the god of feral hogs, tying her life to the feral hogs in the jungle, The more she strays from the jungle the weaker she grows. She has another chance at life but will she be able to make the best of it?
I can’t stop laughing!!! This is the most hilarious tweet I’ve come across and I just couldn’t help myself as I wrote this ridiculous blurb, lol.
So yeah, this is one of my shorter posts?
I honestly wanted to do more tweets but my creativity gave up on me and I didn’t have enough tweets. Then there was this one tweet that I could die for but the account went private, kill me.
Still, I had quite some fun writing this post so I want to put it out anyway 🙂