User Overview

Followers and Following



Total Followers - Last Year
Daily Follower Change - Last Year
Daily Tweets - Last Year

Tweet Stats

Analysed 16,286 tweets, tweets from the last 172 weeks.
Tweets Day of Week (+0:00h)
Tweets Hour of Day (+0:00h)
Tweets Day and Hour Heatmap (+0:00h)


Last 50 tweets from @nytimesbooks
In an effort to deepen our understanding of race and racism in America, we asked writers to share with us the texts that have done the most to deepen theirs
Every Work of American Literature Is About Race: Writers on How We Got Here
The ingredients for an escape from the city are scattered around a child’s bedroom on the opening pages of "Hike," Pete Oswald’s solo picture book debut. Observant readers may guess what’s in store just by ticking off the items, but surprises await
3 Picture Books: How to Hike, Camp, Relax in the Great Outdoors
The trajectories of these books, their heroes and their authors offer a cautionary tale about the danger of creating speculative fiction that’s a little too truthful for comfort
These Radical Black Thrillers Fantasized About Dismantling the Police
Sam takes us along for an intriguing ride, showing what it's like to inhabit someone else's space and care for someone else's child, to be pulled by the siren song of other people's lives — their trappings
For many addicts, "one step at a time" is easier said than done. In her new memoir, "Quitter," Erica C. Barnett chronicles her own journey to a life without drinking.
Elin Hilderbrand is doing carefully orchestrated in-person events to celebrate her 25th novel, "28 Summers"
Elin Hilderbrand Will See You Now, From a Safe Distance
In "Bonnie," Christina Schwarz imagines what it was like to be in the passenger seat alongside Clyde
When Bonnie Met Clyde
Unfortunately, this fine-grained if wide-eyed celebration of the ’60s and its ethos too often curdles into swoony set pieces
David Mitchell Brings His Novelistic High Jinks to the Swinging 60s
"What works in this novel is its Kafkaesque sense, through Pew, of free-floating anxiety and mortification of a sort that is impossible to define and thus impossible to soothe." @DwightGarner
A novelist, a theater artist and an editor discuss moments when they’ve revealed their disabilities for the first time. “It wasn’t until I started trying to meet men online that I suddenly had to confront my cerebral palsy every time I had a conversation.”
Lynn Steger Strong reviews three new novels exploring the trials and triumphs of modern womanhood
New York Times Books Retweeted ·  
A most wonderful and terrifying part of my childhood.…
"If you’re going to do something, go all out. Shoot for greatness. Do not check the box, blow it up."
“I didn’t realize it at the time, but when I came out to my family, in addition to their acceptance, I was asking for their understanding of those limitations,” the novelist Helen Hoang writes about sharing her Autism diagnosis with her family
How I Came Out About My Disability
"Has Pew fallen to earth, like the extraterrestrial in the David Bowie movie? Has Pew suffered a kick from a horse? Has Pew, like Kurt Vonnegut’s Billy Pilgrim, come unstuck in time?" @DwightGarner reviews Catherine Lacey's new novel.
When it opened in 1960, the Vapors — a nightclub with an ostensibly illegal backroom casino — was “as plush and glittery and showy as anything Las Vegas ever dreamed of,” Bill Clinton's mother, Virginia, wrote
Cavorting in Hot Springs, Ark., During Its Sin-Soaked Heyday
By the Book: “I wish for the day when Black writers — especially women — are free to write whatever in the world they want. And are fairly paid for the thing they wrote,” says Sarah M. Broom.
The Very Sweet Way Sarah Brooms Mother Showed Her Love With Books
While most authors are Zooming like crazy, Elin Hilderbrand is presiding over carefully orchestrated in-person events at independent bookstores on both coasts
"My father built a place where you could do whatever you wanted. There was a joy and freedom in that, even when people were getting enemas from the water slides or chased by snakes in a human maze."
Action Park Looks Back in Amusement and Terror
In her fifth novel, "Bonnie," Christina Schwarz gets inside the head of one of the most notorious criminals of the 20th century. Did you know Bonnie was a poet before she met Clyde? Neither did we.
When Bonnie Met Clyde
Utopia Avenue’s young guitarist isn’t lying when he sings and plays the blues: More than any of the other band members, he knows about psychic suffering.
David Mitchell Brings His Novelistic High Jinks to the Swinging 60s
Prof. Lucius Barker was an expert on racism in American politics, a delegate for Jesse Jackson at the 1984 Democratic National Convention and a mentor to future politicians, like Senator Cory Booker. He has died at 92.
Lucius Barker, Expert on Race in American Politics, Dies at 92
"This is a book that’s been written from pain and is designed to hurt." @jenszalai reviews Mary L. Trump's "Too Much and Never Enough."
"Everything points toward the same explanation: that your ex-husband, Jack, has killed your daughter." So begins Camilla Lackberg's tense thriller, "The Golden Cage."
In The Golden Cage, a Kept Woman Grabs the Keys to the Kingdom
A new book, "Burning Down the House," traces our current political deadlock back to Newt Gingrich's rise in the 1980s
When American Politics Turned Toxic
Mary L. Trump's family memoir has "an undeniable power, even if its narrative is bookended by Mary’s strenuous efforts to put her training as a clinical psychologist to use," says @jenszalai
All in the Family Dynamics: Donald Trumps Niece on the Presidents Clan
In "Raising a Rare Girl," Heather Lanier writes about the expectations she had for motherhood — and how she shifted gears when the daughter she had was not the "Superbaby" she expected
What Happens When Your Baby Isnt Who You Expected?
Mary Trump doesn't just air the family’s dirty laundry, she washes and folds it, too
In frat houses and the N.F.L., on farms and basketball courts, American men face a reckoning in two new story collections
Whats Wrong With Men in America?
Chris Wallace's contribution to the continuing debate over whether it was right to drop atomic bombs on Japan is to examine the decision day by day
A Day-by-Day Re-Creation of Trumans Decision to Use Nuclear Weapons
No good can come of male social clubs whose privileged fellows refer to themselves as “the Lost Boys”
Murder, Murder, Everywhere
"Becoming Duchess Goldblatt" is an anonymously written memoir of a Twitter personality known as — you guessed it — @duchessgoldblat
"A Peculiar Peril” is equal parts “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell,” “Futurama,” “Mary Poppins,” “Curse of Chucky” and David Lynch’s hallucinatory adaptation of “Dune”
Jeff VanderMeers Young Adult Novel Is a Madcap Magical Mash-Up
Barnes & Noble used lockdowns around the country as a chance to refresh more than 350 of its 614 stores, moving furniture around, painting walls and bringing in new books
With Stores Closed, Barnes & Noble Does Some Redecorating
Ernestine has much to discover on her first camping trip, in Jennifer K. Mann's new picture book: Lake swimming might include live fish. Hiking is not the same thing as walking. But there are wonderful things as well
The ingredients for an escape from the city are scattered around a child’s bedroom on the opening pages of "Hike," Pete Oswald’s solo picture book debut. Observant readers may guess what’s in store just by ticking off the items, but surprises await
"I knew I wanted to rip these stores apart and put them back together in a different way," James Daunt said. "And then suddenly: ‘Oh my goodness, they’re all shut. Let’s get to work.'"
With Stores Closed, Barnes & Noble Does Some Redecorating
In male versions of the road-trip crime novel, the guys manage to have a lot of fun between the car chases, highway shootouts and other daredevil conventions. For women, the open road looks a whole lot scarier — and much too scary to joke about.
3 picture books offer the physical joys of the great outdoors to families ready to roam free
3 Picture Books: How to Hike, Camp, Relax in the Great Outdoors
In their new book, "Big Friendship," Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman argue that platonic relationships deserve as much attention and tending as romantic ones
Keep Your Friends Close, and Keep Holding Them Closer
Recently revamping many stores was part of a broader plan to revive Barnes & Noble, a difficult task to begin with that has become a lot more formidable under the weight of the pandemic
With Stores Closed, Barnes & Noble Does Some Redecorating
When it comes down it, what's the one thing that makes writing so hard?
What Is the Hardest Part of Writing?
Register for Trendsmap Access
Login via Twitter to start your free trial now

Don't have a Twitter account? You can also register via Facebook

* Analytics, alert and visualisation tools require additional authorisation
Existing users can login

Our trial allows access to only the 8 hour timeframe for this page.

A Trendsmap Plus subscription provides full access to all available timeframes

Signup Now