I tried to be normal and I failed. Believe me, I wish I could succeed at being normal.
Blindly chasing a vague sense of success isn’t motivating enough. Until you find something worth doing, you won’t do anything.
In reality, we are the generation that is most likely to incite change at this very moment.
“I realized that Facebook is just a black hole where your time goes.”
“I am very impressed every time I see you in the woods. You seem to realize when you are being watched…”
Is it too early for the baby to have a Facebook page??
As Waterstones announces a Children’s Book Prize shortlist of fine authors, most of them women, questions again surface around how the industry is handling a growing crisis in male readership.
Facebook is turning us into narcissists.
1. Reduce the number of “friends” you have.
A long overdue slap in the Facebook to the lie that “men don’t read”: We couldn’t ask for a better bookish role model than Mark Zuckerberg. The challenge for the publishing industry is to use Zuck’s “Year of Books” to build our male readership.