A Sampling of Tweets
— Lenny (@lennyletter) February 25, 2016
“CHOCOLATES FOR BREAKFAST", the novel that gave me my name, has been reissued! An f-in great read http://t.co/O8sgSC6S5x amazeballs xc
— Courtney Love Cobain (@Courtney) October 7, 2013
This re-release was perfect after my Sylvia Plath love reignited at Smith. Chocolates for Breakfast by Pamela Moore: http://t.co/o0hlzLZRa9
— Melissa Walker 🇺🇸 (@melissacwalker) July 31, 2013
@BookCellar Moores! Everything I haven't yet read by Lorrie Moore; Pamela Moore's CHOCOLATES FOR BREAKFAST.
— plumb tuckered (@eggandart) June 22, 2013
dear someone, please bring Chocolates for Breakfast by Pamela Moore back into print. i want to read it.
— Marisa Atkinson (@totesmarisa) July 28, 2012
— Emma Straub (@emmastraub) January 7, 2011
Below is one of the first tweets about the reissue. A student at Lowell High– Jack Kerouac’s old high school. Note the Massachusetts usage of “wicked,” as in “wicked smaht.” It’s perfect. If Courtney Carnevale ever finds her way to this page and posts a comment below, she gets a free copy of the book.