Readers & Writers United (1st edition)

In Interactive, Link, Publishing, Readers & Writers United, Reading, Twitter, Writing on 02/11/2010 at 02:07

Now, I don’t know about you, but I mostly use Twitter for two reasons; firstly to connect with fellow bookworms and writers alike, secondly because it’s a quick RSS-like feed of daily news and information about topics I like. However, a Twitter-timeline only allows me to see Tweets of those I follow.

Using Paper.li, I created the Readers & Writers United newspaper, which offers a clear, daily overview of useful links (shared on Twitter) that are related to the love for reading and the art of writing.

Readers & Writers United - 1st edition

Readers & Writers United - 1st edition

If you’re on Twitter, you can sign up to receive one Tweet a day with a link to that day’s Readers & Writers United newspaper. Also, you can follow me there, my name is @ElsieStills.

Readers & Writers United

My newspaper focuses on a variety of topics related to writing and reading. To make reading easier, the articles are organised in topics such as Stories, Media, #writing, Education, Art & Entertainment, Health, Photos, Technology, #reading and Business. Please note that all articles in these topics are related to reading and/or writing.

The first edition of Readers & Writers United contains articles such as:

Edition 1 - Stories

Edition 1 - Stories


In today’s Readers & Writers United, the Stories part features the following articles:

Edition 1 - Health

Edition 1 - Health


In this edition’s Readers & Writers United, the Health-menu contains the following articles:


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