Egypt’s revolution: in Tweets

A highly recommended book I recently reviewed – how the Egyptian revolution unfolded, as told by Cairo-based Twitter users. I think it might even be the first book of its kind published in this format. The story of the Egyptian revolution told through the eyes of Cairo-based tweeters By Alice Johnson There is only so […] [...more]

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14 Punctuation Marks That You Never Knew Existed

  The Lovely people at Buzz Feed know their punctuation! How many of these do you know? I’m not sure if I believe the exclamation comma… Post by Jack Shepherd     Dagger Also called an Obelisk. This bad boy (on the left), and its two-headed friend (on the right) the Double Dagger or Diesis, […] [...more]

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Why I write

It seems this is an obligatory blog post – for writers to write why they write. To list their reasons, specify their work ethic, explain their craft. So, here’s my list. Why I write 1. To empty my head of all the words overrunning it 2. To tell everyone my ideas 3. To become a […] [...more]

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