I feel like it’s a little victory every time a verified person on Twitter interacts with me. I seriously get a little thrill and screenshot it. It doesn’t matter if it’s a favorite, retweet or reply, I get embarrassingly excited.
I already shared a few times famous people have showed me some love on Twitter, so you can check that out here.
I had just gotten my “Hello Boys” shirt from Mark Sheppard’s Represent campaign. Jon ordered it for me because he loves me. I put it on and tweeted out a pic because I thought it was ironic that I was wearing a picture depicting Supernatural’s King of Hell on Easter, so of course I tweeted it out, mentioned feeling like a heathen and justified my shirt choice with it being Salem Sunday! Then Shane West retweeted me, and I literally squealed (Jon as my witness).
— Tiffany Khyla (@tiffanykhyla) April 5, 2015
As I mentioned in my Dallas ComicCon post, James Phelps tweeted me TWICE!
I don’t know about you, but I love when celebrities take the time to blog. I have to admit that Claire was never my favorite person, because Adelind drives me crazy on Grimm, but after reading her blog and looking at her Instagram, I just started to adore her so much. Now I follow her on Twitter, and she literally cracks me up, and I love when she live tweets the show.
Okay, so Ellen’s never actually tweeted me or interacted with any of my tweets or anything, but she is following me, so I feel like that’s the first step in us becoming BFFs.
While I was in Las Colinas, TX for work, I decided to make the most of my time near Dallas and fit as many activities in as possible. My favorite night was when I went to see Matt Hires perform at The Prophet Bar. The day of the show, I was listening to his album nonstop, and in my excitement, I decided to tweet about it. I was pumped when he tweeted me back!
Ty Mayfield was the opening act for Matt Hires, and holy cow, he was amazing. I don’t know how people aren’t talking about him all the time, because he was so talented. I’ve been listening to his albums so much, and I can’t get enough. After his performance, I tweeted about him, and he favorited it.
After I discovered “Geronimo” for the first time last November, I pretty much had it on repeat for about a week. I loved it so much! After tweeting about my obsession, they favorited it.
I really think Caroline should’ve won the fourth season of The Voice. I was so mad at Adam for kicking her off. Of course, I’m still a fan of hers, and I’ve been loving her EPs. When I tweeted about it last September, she was kind enough to favorite it.
Xenia was another contestant on The Voice that I loved. She was on season 1, and she was incredible. I love a lot of the songs she’s put out, and I’m especially in love with the song “Hiding Places.” When I tweeted out about it, she retweeted me.
John is an up-and-comer in the country music scene. After hearing his collab with Cimorelli, I became obsessed, so of course I had to tweet about it. I was so happy when he replied!
As soon as I read in Jodi’s newsletter that there was going to be a companion novel to Between the Lines, I was so excited that I had to tweet about it, and then I was even more excited when she retweeted me!
While reading Sarah Dessen’s new novel, Saint Anything, I tweeted quite a few times, and Sarah Dessen was sweet enough to show me some love with a few favorites.
I became such a fan of Rainbow after reading Eleanor & Park and Fangirl, and she showed me some love by favoriting my tweets.
During NaNoWriMo, I was obsessed with reading through tips from Marissa, because she started out writing with NaNoWriMo before she was published, and that just really motivated me. Plus, Marissa is just an awesome person, and she had tweeted me in the past, but these ones were extra special because during most of 2014, I was trying to plan out my novel, and she’s one of the main reasons I decided to participate in NaNo in the first place.
After reading We Were Liars, I became a huge fan of E. Lockhart. This book hooks you from the beginning, and it’s this crazy mystery with a mind-blowing ending, and it’s just incredible. I was so grateful that she took the time to thank me TWICE after tweeting out about how much I loved her book.
While I was nearing the end of All the Bright Places, I realized that it was almost 1 am, but I was so close to the end, that I decided to just go ahead and finish it. I tweeted out my thoughts, and Jennifer was kind enough to show me some love with a retweet.
I was pretty enthusiastic about finishing The Program (though sadly I still haven’t read The Treatment), and I think this tweet that Suzanne favorited pretty much says it all.
I adore Leila Sales, and she’s tweeted me back before, but every time she interacts with me is exciting. She tweeted about the book cover for her new book, and I tweeted her back saying I loved it, because I do. It’s freaking precious. You can look at it here. Then she favorited my tweet.
When I was at Texas Teen Book Festival, I had an awesome little chat with Frank Portman while I was waiting in the book buying line, and he was peacing out. During one of the activities, I tweeted about the song he sang, which I still love, and he retweeted me!
I discovered Leila’s book when I went to the Austin Teen Book Festival, but I never met her because I didn’t buy the book at the festival. I later read it and loved it. She was sweet enough to favorite the tweet I published about reading her book, Nantucket Blue, and then she replied to a later tweet to thank me for reviewing it.
I love when well-known people interact with me on Twitter, whether it’s a celebrity, an author or even a well-known blogger or YouTuber. My dream tweet backs would be Emma Watson, Kristen Bell, Taylor Swift, Zac Efron, JK Rowling, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Zoe Sugg.
Have any famous or well-known people tweeted you? What famous people do you wish would tweet you back?