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Follow Me on Twitter

posted by Nell Minow

I will now be posting movie tweets as moviemom — or, you are welcome to follow my other account, nminow. Are you on Twitter? Let us know!



  • Beva Lee Oleson

    I look forward to following the movie tweets. However, I tried to sign up on Twitter a few months back and discovered my real name was already taken? I’ll try to follow along here on beliefnet, until I figure out the twitter thing.
    Sincerely,
    Beva Lee

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Ms. Oleson! You don’t need to join Twitter to see what I post: http://twitter.com/moviemom But it is easier if you have an account because you’ll get my updates automatically. I appreciate your comment and hope you will return here often and let us know what you think of the movies you see.

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