Reading Twitterville, it’s easy to get the feeling that I’m back in my home state of Texas, surrounded by friendly neighbors, family and loved ones. Sort of a small town feel, where people leave their doors unlocked and even strangers welcome you warmly.
Some readers may challenge this description—isn’t Twitter a wild west environment, a raging river of commentary, observations and random chitchat?
But by framing it this way—as a “place” we can relate to—author Shel Israel set the stage for what turns out to be an engaging page-turner. (more…)