22 Oct. - James Bond in 140 characters
Fifty years ago this month, the first James Bond debuted, a memorable new character was born, and today fans around the world share their passion for all things Bond. Author Charlie Higson (@monstroso) will take to Twitter on Tuesday for a special live-tweeting event to celebrate Ian Fleming’s Bond novels in 140 characters or less.
Tweeting in chronological order, Higson will distill Casino Royale, Live and Let Die, Moonraker, Diamonds are Forever, From Russia with Love, Dr. No, Goldfinger, Thunderball, The Spy Who Loved Me, O.H.M.S.S, You Only Live Once, and The Man with the Golden Gun.
He will also host a live Q&A session on Twitter on Tuesday between 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. ET. Bond fans can tweet him questions using the hashtag #BondTweets.
24 Oct. - Live tweeting with @ScandalABC
For all of you @ScandalABC fans out there, we have launched the #AskScandal events page where fans can ask their favorite cast members questions each Thursday for the next three weeks.
New Xtreme Sport - acting while tweeting! #AskScandal
— kerry washington ( @kerrywashington) October 19, 2012
Oct. 24 - #LegendsOnTwitter - @NeilYoung
This coming Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET, our #LegendsOnTwitter series features Twitter-newbie and rock legend @NeilYoung, who will be doing a live Twitter Q&A with his fans from his Northern California ranch.
Look forward to talking to all of you music lovers. Will be doing a #TwitterLegends Q&A with fans about #PsychPill before the release!
— Neil Young ( @neilyoung) September 25, 2012
#Halloween: Tweeting with the stars
This week @abcnetwork hosts live Twitter chats for the Halloween episodes of their prime time shows. Starting on Wednesday, Oct. 24, and ending on Halloween night, fans of @abcnetwork primetime can join in the conversation with cast members and fans alike.
Just had our table read for our Halloween episode. Haven’t laughed that hard in so long #Suburgatory
— Carly Chaikin ( @carlychaikin) August 13, 2012
See you next week!
Posted by Rachael Horwitz - (@rachaelrad)
*Editor's note: As of November 2017, Twitter has increased the character count of Tweets in certain languages to make it easier to share what’s happening.
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