Author: Suzanne Buyole

Accounts executive at Hill+Knowlton; a public relations and integrated communications agency with 88 offices around the globe with creative strategists, content creators and storytellers and houses our first global ‘Centre of Creative Excellence’.

For as long as we can remember book clubs have existed, enabling people who love to read, to come together, read a book and discuss key highlights. In some rare occasions, some book clubs have had the opportunity to host authors. This is no mean feat as authors often have tight schedules or are separated from their readers due to geographical distance. Twitter provides a platform for readers across the world connecting them to their favourite authors wherever they are on the globe. Twitter allows one to follow the authors timeline to get an update on the recently launched book…

How Twitter is Connecting Authors and Book Lovers via @theMagunga
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