In our busy life, reading books often feels like a luxury that we can’t afford. However, thanks to social media, we can now access the wits and smarts of others in just 140 characters. Here are five women writers you should follow on Twitter to add more spice to your timeline…
Facebook, it is way too late and I am way too sober for this line of interrogation. pic.twitter.com/42bNhZaQqk
— Alana Massey (@AlanaMassey) May 7, 2017
The writer of ‘All the Lives I Want’ is known for her candid, frank writings about life, culture and women’s issues. Her short hot-takes on topical subjects will make you think twice.
I can't help myself I am a cliche american anglophile obsessed with the british monarchy and I cannot intellectualize myself out of it
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) May 4, 2017
— Meg Cabot (@megcabot) April 16, 2017
The author of The Princess Diaries is very active on Twitter, sharing interesting articles and pictures.
Japan's slogan tees are lit. pic.twitter.com/kUeKdqFcjg
— Gyan Yankovich (@GyanYankovich) March 13, 2017
The Aussie writer was previously working at Buzzfeed, CLEO and Dolly. Yankovich’s relatable tweets are a breeze when you’d rather not read anything Trump-related.
Buying pre-distressed denim is like buying those bags of cut up romaine instead of a head of lettuce.
— Sable Yong (@Sabletoothtigre) April 27, 2017
Sable Yong is the definition of girl-crush: she’s the Beauty Digital Editor at Allure and the bassist for post-punk band Decorum. Follow her for all relatable women conundrums.