Category Archives: Autobiographical

Honing my illustrations skills, and making it as a freelance writer

Lately I have been getting back into the old habit of sketching and refamiliarizing myself with illustrations software. Check out some of my illustrations below. For anyone interested in hiring out my expertise here is a link to my pph … Continue reading

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My Crazy Boss

He is so crazy, but he’s cool, mainly because I have known him longer than I have known anyone else. He is so crazy that he infact convinced me to write this stupid post comemorating him and his nonsensical ideals. … Continue reading

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Anonymous and the destruction of Zionism.

Whilst the Arab leaders and politicians bawww and cry, whilst they scramble amongst themselves and have little meetings, there’s a war going on outside, one they are very afraid of. This war is one fought for the benefit of the … Continue reading

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Redesigning My Book Cover

So many people told me to do it, and finally it has been done. Earlier this week I wrote a long post about book covers and how they can influence our perception. Well I’m hoping that this can somehow influence … Continue reading

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Reading at the ICCL

Yesterday I was afforded the pleasure of reading some of my poetry at the ICCL (http://www.iraqiculturalcentre.co.uk/en/) They are an Iraqi cultural centre based in london. I must say I really enjoyed the experience. I read some poetry and an excerpt … Continue reading

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Book covers, laminate type and other headache inducers.

Book covers are perhaps the most elusive thing to a writer, writers write, and consequently, most writers buy books based on merit as opposed to packaging and cover design. I have found that over time, my taste and my choice … Continue reading

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Stop waiting, nothing is going to happen…

When you are capable of thought and critical judgement as an adult, you can truly see how hopeless you were as a child and how illogical you were as a teenager. And the latter is the worst of the three. … Continue reading

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