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Steve Martin To Publish Book Of Tweets And Donate Proceeds To Charity

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Steve Martin will be releasing a book of his tweets in the summer of 2012. The veteran writer has already had much success with the written word. Although, this next project is hardly a novel. More like a funny novel idea. It will be called, ‘The Ten, Make That Nine Habits, of Very Organized People. Make That Ten.’

If you’ve ever dreamed of being in one of Steve Martin’s books, you’d better start responding to his tweets ASAP. Some replies from his 1.8 million followers will end up in the book.

Martin tweeted, “Due to absolutely no demand, soon I’m publishing a book of my tweets. Many of your replies included! All my profits to charity.”

He does not specify which charity he will be supporting but Martin has previously been involved with food pantries and various health organizations. Or maybe he’ll donate the profits to an atheist organization. (If you haven’t heard his atheist hymnal, you should.)

Via The Syndey Morning Herald

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