October 29th, 2019


My tweets

  • Mon, 12:34: RT @janinegibson: Boris Johnson's "inflammatory language" tracked to spikes in toxic tweets aimed at MPs, analysis of over 2m tweets by @FT
  • Mon, 12:56: RT @tcpolymath: * Parents died mysteriously * Perceived as a wastrel playboy * Incomparable manservant * All interactions are with people w…
  • Mon, 16:05: Ursula K. Le Guin’s Playful and Profound Letter-Poem to Children About the Power of Books and Why We Read… https://t.co/o3o69i7OS2
  • Mon, 17:11: J&K Block Development Council election results: New Delhi hails new and youthful leadership, but disregards local d… https://t.co/8ryODtiBkS
  • Mon, 17:24: Been out all day and come home to find Brexiters talking rubbish about the Vienna Convention again...
  • Mon, 17:37: RT @AdamBienkov: Boris Johnson addressing the nation last month: “I want everybody to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask B…
  • Mon, 17:46: RT @davidallengreen: From 9 September Tory MPs in tea room had devised "twenty" legal plans to avoid Article 50 extension Twenty, they ha…
  • Mon, 18:50: The Bastard of Istanbul, by Elif Shafak https://t.co/sWqQK5Ii68
  • Mon, 18:50: RT @JenniferMerode: In the (signed) letter accepting EU extension offer, Boris Johnson says he has responsibility as PM "to protect the UK'…
  • Mon, 19:25: RT @Mij_Europe: Possible hitch to Lib Dem-SNP Bill for 9 December election. Labour MP Stephen Doughty will table amendment calling for 16…
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Tuesday reading

Normal People, by Sally Rooney
The Calcutta Chromosome, by Amitav Ghosh
The Camelot Club, by Brian Killick

Last books finished
The Nannies, by Brian Killick
Luck and the Irish, by Roy Foster
The Heralds, by Brian Killick
The Bastard of Istanbul, by Eilif Shafak
The Computer Connection, by Alfred Bester
Beneath The Dome, by Brian Killick

Next books
Two Brothers, by Ben Elton
The Bluest Eye, by Toni Morrison