Oprah Winfrey has used Twitter to inform fans that her first new book club pick in a year will be announced on Friday, September 18.
Winfrey sought to whet book-lover’s appetites when she Tweeted that she had “never made a selection like ‘this’.”
Winfrey’s most recent pick was David Wroblewski’s The Story of Edgar Sawtelle. The book morphed into a word-of-mouth hit last summer and, later, a blockbuster.
Winfrey’s endorsement is a powerful boost for a new book.
The week of September 14, meanwhile, looms up as a major date for the publishing industry. Senator Edward Kennedy’s True Compass will be released, to be followed by Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol.
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The Danish band has reportedly been using twitter to the best of their advantage in regards to promoting their music. Unlike some musicians such as John Mayer who seems to like using twitter only to waste his personal life while bouncing on and off the idea of self-ruin, the Raveonettes have been posting demos of their as of yet unreleased material on their twitter account. Instead of pointless facts about themselves or their lives, the band are actually making some useful material available to their fans and encouraging them to offer as much feedback on the music as possible. It seems it still takes a bunch of Europeans to teach the experienced guys and gals over there in Hollywood how it’s done.
Kim Kardashian has shown off her new short ‘hairdo’ on Twitter – then revealed it is just a wig.
The reality TV star told fans she had cut her brunette locks.
But her Twitter ‘followers’ were quick to call her out, claiming it was a hairpiece.
And on her official webpage, Kim, 28, revealed that the transformation was done for an O magazine photoshoot – and that she got help from celebrity hairdresser, Ken Paves.
Kim previously hit headlines when she posted pictures of herself in a blonde wig online.
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A photograph of Demi Moore with a gap between her front teeth appeared on Twitter last week, it was reported in the US.
Moore appeared to be reporting herself from the dentist’s chair in four photos of herself smiling with the gap and a paper bib and sunglasses.
“Keeping it real,” wrote Moore of the four pictures.
The movie star has graced hundreds of magazine covers as a fortysomething who refuses to age.
She explained that she was trying to keep herself grounded by showing the unglamorous shots.
Later, she was reported tweeting: "Thank god for modern dentistry."