The awesome people over at YA Highway have a blog road trip going on, and it's all about following. On Twitter, that is.
Their question: If literary characters had Twitter accounts, whose tweets would you follow?
I read this and thought: "WHOA! Stalker time!" (as opposed to Borat's 'sexy time!', which I often blurt out in front of complete strangers...).
Okay, peeps. Here's my list of literary characters I would stal-
I mean, I would follow on Twitter:
1) Stefan and Damon Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries series
Can you imagine what their tweets would be like?? Stefan brooding, Damon bitching. Hilarity ensues.
Severus Snape from the Harry Potter series
I'm not too convinced that Snape would agree to Twitter, but if he did, I'd be glued to my computer. The man's not only a brilliant wizard, but his double agent experience would be fun to read about. Plus, he hates everything. Who doesn't love a character that gets pissed so easily?
Katsa from Graceling.
Not only is she a kick-butt heroine and fiercely independent, but I see parts of myself in her. Not that I can beat people to a pulp or anything... I'd like to, though. That'd be nice.
Also, it would be cool to read about her life as Po's leading lady. *swoon*
Grover Underwood from the Percy Jackson series (book version, though).
I say book version because Grover's much more introverted, awkward and funny as a literary character. The movie version was trying to be all suave and hip, which was funny, but my Grover is the sweet little satyr who plays Hilary Duff songs on his reed pipes. I bet his tweets would be all about eating soda cans and fearing death. Super.
5) And last but not least...
Sam Roth from Shiver
Love songs, poetry, the suckiness of winter, books--these are all things Sam would tweet about. And I have no problem reading about them :D
So what say you? Who would you stalk... I mean, follow... on Twitter?