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Wittiest Tweets

Ever wonder how awesome it is to have a book about Twitter’s wittiest messages and updates? Well I think its great for a Twitter user like me to have a copy. Harper Collins is publishing a book, which will hit your favorite book shops on October 6, 2009. The book is entitled Twitter Wit compiled and edited by a freelance author in San Francisco and Twitter user Nick Douglas. Though Twitter Wit is not affiliated with Twitter Inc., a Twitter co creator Biz Stone is also helping for the book.

Just a month after announcing a restructuring that led to layoffs and the shuttering of an entire division, HarperCollins Publishers hopes to jazz up its book lists by opening a new imprint.

This fall the company will publish 21 new hardcover and paperback original titles under the It Books imprint, focusing on pop culture, sports, style and content derived from the Internet, like a planned collection of Twitter posts called “Twitter Wit.”

The imprint will be led by Carrie Kania, who is currently publisher of Harper Collins’s paperback unit, Harper Perennial. Read More.

If you want to contribute and sumbmit your wits, just visit Twitter Wit, or follow @twitticisms, and sign in. Read FAQ.

Pre-Order this book at Target worth $10.19.

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Dan Brown

Dan Brown

Dan Brown’s New Book, The Lost Symbol, Set for September Release
Dan Brown made the Catholic Church’s enemies list for “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels and Demons” and lived to tell about it. His third book in his Robert Langdon series “The Lost Symbol” will be out in September to tempt fate and Jesus again.

Author of the controversial book The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown is with yet again another novel in his Robert Langdon series. The Lost Symbol will be published in the U.K. on the 15th  of September by Transworld Publishers, a division of The Random House Group who has been publishing all of Dan Brown’s books.

“This novel has been a strange and wonderful journey,” said Brown. “Weaving five years of research into the story’s twelve-hour timeframe was an exhilarating challenge. Robert Langdon’s life clearly moves a lot faster than mine.”

And The Lost Symbol will hit the big screen. In fact, Sony Pictures are moving forward with an adaptation of the book with Tom Hanks in the lead role once again.

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