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Twitter, Tina the technical writer, and tears on a Sunday afternoon.

HAPPY WORLD BOOK DAY, NERDS! I was wondering what I should blog about today and thought, “hey, what’s your most favorite topic–the one you can never stop talking about? Write about that.” My favorite topic? Myself. What can I say, I’m a narcissist. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Guess who’s got two thumbs, speaks limited French, and finally got…… Continue reading Twitter, Tina the technical writer, and tears on a Sunday afternoon.

Listicle

7 things only people who read while commuting by public transport will understand.

Like me, you probably read when you commute by public transportation every day. And, like yours truly, you’ve probably experienced all of the following, too. 1. When you get into a really crowded train or bus, but forget the crowd when you open your book. 2. When you smell your book and catch a commuter…… Continue reading 7 things only people who read while commuting by public transport will understand.

Chai break

Chai break: How do you work on your blog posts?

Chai break is a periodic feature on This is Lit to discuss concerns that every book blogger has. This is meant to be a lighthearted discussion that you’d have over tea and the only reason for it not being called Discussion Post is that the site’s author thinks that would be too mainstream. Pfft. Welcome,…… Continue reading Chai break: How do you work on your blog posts?

Chai break

Chai break: Why reviews just won’t cut it anymore

Chai break is a periodic feature on This is Lit to discuss concerns that every book blogger has. This is meant to be a lighthearted discussion that you’d have over tea and the only reason for it not being called Discussion Post is that the site’s author thinks that would be too mainstream. Pfft. Have…… Continue reading Chai break: Why reviews just won’t cut it anymore