Twitter provides some pretty funny and clever literary quips and we’re proud to be a part of the Twitter literary community. Over the last couple of days, the #LiteraryTypos hashtag has been trending to hilarious effect, showing some real imagination and creativity.
These games are so much fun to get involved in, but they’re also a great way to find new followers and seek out all the best literary members of the Twitterati. Here are a few of our favourites from the #LiteraryTypos hashtag, why not head over there and get involved yourself?
— Yaron Melman (@NrouteHQ) April 14, 2017
Some people even got a little political about the entire thing.
— President Bannon (@POTUSteveBannon) April 14, 2017
While others used hilarious visual aids
— Kevin Gonzalez (@typekev) April 14, 2017
Barnes & Noble stepped in to remind us that #LiteraryTypos aren’t really a joke in the funniest way.
The typos continue over on Twitter right now, check out the latest ones here or tell us your own in the comments!
Tolkien’s maps are recognisable for the font and sketch style of art which Dan has recreated perfectly.
“I like to think the maps allow people to imagine where they live in a Tolkien style.” he told the BBC.
He adds that the maps are “not drawn with accuracy in mind”, and are more an artist’s impression of each area.
He has currently drawn nine out of fifteen parks, including the Lake District, Dartmoor National Park, and the Brecon Beacons. Find his work, and to order your own, at his website.
Each series of 4 fifty pence pieces includes a Peter Rabbit design – the only character to be included in each separate release. Previous designs have included Mrs Tiggywinkle, Jeremy Fisher, and Tom Kitten.
2018’s collection includes Peter, Flopsy Bunny, The Tailor of Gloucester, and Mrs Tittlemouse.
Anne Reardon from How To Cook That brings us her top ten books cakes of all time- as voted by her followers. She asked viewers to vote for their favourite book and after thousands of replies she tallied them up and ended up with a Top Ten Books list to include on her celebration cake.
The result is amazing! See how many well-loved books you can spot in the video below.
Animals have such a positive influence on people, and Reading Addicts are no exception. We love to read about animals in both fiction and non-fiction, and books that feature animals have proven to be so popular that they’ve inspired EIGHT of For Reading Addicts’ quizzes!
Having a furry friend by our side can be comforting and, at times, relaxing despite cats being so obsessed with sitting on books and papers… The pleasure of having your furry hot water bottle right with you releases all the right chemicals in your brain so you can relax and disappear into a book properly.