Word: Twitter Hashtag #90sABook Is All That and a Bag of Chips

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Last week, bookseller Barnes & Noble tapped into our collective nostalgia with its #90sABook hashtag on
Twitter, asking readers to reinvent popular book titles by pairing them with relics of the 90s. The Twittersphere happily obliged—and the resulting delightful, clever melds will amuse any literary buff.

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Do you have your own #90sABook idea? Follow us on Twitter @WritersDigest and tweet
us your best ideas with hashtag #90sABook.

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Baihley Grandison is the assistant editor of Writer's Digest and a freelance writer. Follow her on Twitter @baihleyg, where she mostly tweets about writing (Team Oxford Comma!), food (HUMMUS FOR PRESIDENT, PEOPLE), and Random Conversations With Her Mother.

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