20 clever writers with eye-catching Twitter bios

20 clever writers with eye-catching Twitter bios


I’ve become such an advocate of Twitter. As a word-based social platform, sweet tweets simply speak to me. You can use Twitter to curate knowledge, instant news, and professional content. As my colleague and mentor @adamcgunn likes to say, “Facebook is where you share silly stuff with the people closest to you. Twitter is where you share your best, professional content with people you hardly know.”

The more I use it, the more I #loveit.

Even if you’re not on Twitter, you can still appreciate creative word wrangling in 140 characters or less. On Twitter, your bio is your key tool to share who you are, what you’re about, attract a following, and find new friends.  Naturally, writers have an edge in this space. The following are impressive writers I’ve found in my Twitter explorations over the past year. They’ve inspired me in unique ways, and I appreciate their love of words. Mind you, these are NOT ranked – each writer has their own unique flavor, so I opted for ABC order. Gander through, and you’ll see some wordbliss! For your convenience, I’ve hyperlinked so you can easily follow them too. And without further ado…

@AnnieGreen14   A wannabe writer trying to write that novel I’m sure is in me. 

@ArchangelAnders   I wrote a book. It has vampires that don’t sparkle, redneck zombies, jinn pimps and a normal guy caught in the middle. Further, I have a cat, Mr. Hate.

@BareFoot_Writer  And the words, they flow through my finger tips, covering the white pages with black. Creator of adult fairy tales with a heathy dose of magical realism.

@Brenna_Lauren I’m a writer. There’s a serenade being sung, a stranger just smiled at his soul-mate and somewhere, someone just fell in love.

@HLGonzalez00  Writer, actor & minder of plenty of things that are none of my business. Author of a little humor book, The Lone Finger, on BN.com & Amazon.com.

 @jghellum  Multimedia journalist, soc med specialist, crowdsourcing enthusiast. Left my ad career behind to tell people’s stories. I blog about branding for journalists.

@JHouston89  Always on, word-struck storyteller, chaser of 4 great kids and one linear husband, passionate life embracer 

@JodyNeilRuth  I write. I drive. I get in trouble                

@K8Ehawkes @skyhookmktg Creative Writer. Blogger. Frisbee addict. Mormon. BYU grad. Millennial. Thrifter. Suns/Dbacks fan. Eater. Singer. Runner. Wiggler. 

@JohnMc_Lpool  Once an engineering lecturer, I am now an actor and writer who does lots of other things to keep the wolf from the door. Oh, and I often coach people in writing

@LouisaMawsoI’m a writer. I spank sentences into shape. I also make artisan jewellery.

@natalienorton   Passionately in love with real life and the words and photographs that capture it. Blogging at  www.natalienortonblog.com

@NoMeatballs   Wordologist. Artisanal message maker. Pixie dust sneezer. Dog lover. Wine drinker. Lead Copywriter @brainsonfire. Not a fan of meatballs.

@reagankreynolds  seeker of truth, writer, avid reader, designer of Glory Tree Flowers. challenged to write a tweet story a day (8/2/12-…)

@RichardLouden  I’m a journalist. My first novel, out soon, is The Girl with the Haunting Smile. Okay, you guessed it’s a love story. But that’s all you’ll guess right.

@thewritermama Christina Katz. Writer of books. Coach to many. Platform whisperer. Task-master. Social artist. Media magician. Feminista. Happy wife. Proud mama. Pet servant. 

@TiaDobi   Copywriter. Marketer. P.T. Barnum in a skirt producing intelligent creative to sell your stuff.  

@TravisErwin   A big hairy Texan, unafraid to read or write a good love story. Or a rum swilling carnivore with a story to tell. You choose.

@WildeAtmosphere   I feel words all day long. They reach inside me. Tug at my heart. Make me think. Want to share. My Atmosphere. Would like an agent for my memoir, White Bees.

 @wordsdonewrite   Blogger, former broadcast journalist & book/mag editor, winner of 8th grade Best English Student award, Slurpee fan, & sucker for a good adjective. #NMX Editor.

Encore, you say? Don’t mind if I do. I’ll throw my bio in the mix as No. 21. If you’re on Twitter, let’s connect!

@delighted2write   Writer celebrating words at delightedtowrite.com. @marketstar marketer by day, Comms grad student by night. Gluten-free traveler. Tweets & spunk are my own.

Now you’ve browsed through these bios, I’d love to hear: What are your thoughts on Twitter? 


  1. Thanks so much for including me on this great list.

  2. i am honored as well to be on here! i bet it was the part about “wiggler,” right? 🙂 i am stoked to check out these other people as well…they are cracking me up!

  3. I am flattered, Crystalee! Thank you for including me in your list!

  4. Thanks for the mention, Crystalee! I’ll be sure to connect with any of these fine folks who aren’t already in my Twitter stream. Thanks for the compilation! 😉


  5. Crystalee,

    Thank you so much for the mention! I am honored…and looking forwarding to adding some dynamic, smart folks to my Twitter stream.

    Happy Thursday!

    Amy Taylor

  6. Thanks for the listing. It’s a great idea.

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