Look who’s reading Dracula:
— Emily Reed (@emthesooner) October 5, 2011
Reading Dracula right now, it's mighty good!
— Joelle Yeo (@joelleyxj) October 5, 2011
Reading Dracula for the month of October is a great way to bring in the New England fall: http://t.co/x40MRpaO
— Austin Walters (@ac_walters) October 5, 2011
@drewm I'm enjoying a free copy of Dracula. It is October, after all.
— Andrew Hahn (@andrew_hahn) October 5, 2011
Finished reading Jekyll and Hyde tonight. Great story to get you in a Halloween mood. Also recommend Stoker's Dracula.
— Suburbageek (@JLCwrites) October 5, 2011
Ahh, listening to the awesomeness that is Bikini Kill and reading Dracula. Afternoon well spent.
— Clare (@clareology) October 5, 2011
Reading Dracula with wife, who just asked, 3/4 of the way through the book if "Neener was gonna die?" #literacyishard
— Lee McLeod (@father_lee) October 5, 2011
Downloaded Dracula to Kindle. Read it years ago after seeing Louis Jourdan's perfect Count on PBS. Excited to read it again.
— Judith Deborah (@JudithDeborah) October 4, 2011
reading Dracula in the bath
— Kirsty Mullins (@kirstymullins2) October 4, 2011
Fell asleep reading Dracula and watching Breaking Bad. Dreamt that a band of vampiric meth heads was terrorizing Durham.
— Lisa Klarr (@klarrify) October 4, 2011
Job Hunting fruit picking and reading dracula #whatihavebeendoing
— Alexander (@Ward345) October 4, 2011
Start reading Bram Stroker's Dracula, the year 1897 edition, on iBooks.
— bulandini (@bulandini) October 4, 2011
Really can't be bothered with this essay I may just leave it till later and just read Dracula
— Grace Dodkins (@graciedodkins) October 4, 2011
@ItsGarryInnit Dracula is incredible. I love it. Haven't read 'screw' yet but I have it here. Seen a few adaptations too. Good?
— Adam Armstrong (@AD_ARMY) October 4, 2011