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Follow Friday: Tweets to Read

Follow Friday: Tweets To Read

For this week’s edition of Follow Friday, we present Tweets To Read and we look into the writers who have made us cry for the big screen’s couples time and time again.   It is no surprise that the movie industry has banked on romantic films but these would never come to be without great writers.   The film industry discovered skilled writers who crafted the words….. that brought us tears and heartwarming moments altogether.

First up is the legend himself, Nicholas Sparks (@NicholasSparks).

A globally-celebrated author of some of the most celebrated romantic novels and movies, he has become a movie producer himself and is currently awaiting the premiere of his new-book adapted movie, The Best of Me (#thebestofme).   From classical movies about first loves such as The Notebook to tear-jerkers such as A Walk to Remember, netizens on Twitter need to follow Nicholas Sparks for that surge of romance on their feeds.

Secondly, we have Cameron Crowe (@CameronCrowe)

Since his debut as a screen writer, he has been hailed as one of the most original writers with his uncanny screen and word play.   One of his more famous works are Vanilla Sky and Elizabethtown.    These movies have brought an intelligent romance to film and has helped not just couples, but individuals searching for spiritual enlightenment through love.

Last but not the least is John Green (@JohnGreen)

An upstart writer and screen writer, John Green began his career as a novelist before hitting the big screen.    His latest movie-adapted book, The Fault in Our Stars, has gathered an astounding number of film audiences while his other books share the spotlight with his witty, homely style of childhood drama and young love.    Clearly a treat for young adults, books such as Looking for Alaska and Paper Towns have propelled the young writer to new heights in both literature and film.

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