Imagine this: you just read through a really good part (or better yet, you just finished the book!) and so the reward you get for doing so is cramping legs and a stiff neck, as well as a reminder that you don’t live in that other world? Very disheartening, at best.
You know Shazam, right? It’s great for identifying songs playing in the background, right? Well, what if we had this for people… You’d never have to wonder why certain people look so familiar but you just can’t place them ever again!
You know how you’re psyched for the summer, but you just want nothing more but to stay in and read? (Boy, can I relate?!)
Hate to disagree, but I don’t think we could ever progress enough to ever outgrow Shakespeare – we are constantly recycling story ideas from his plays again and again. … [A]s long as stories are still alive, we are never too old or even too cool for Shakespeare. Period.
So, needless to say, this piece is mainly going to be filled with tweets relating to BLM, as well as black and LGBTQ lit; however, if you do make it towards the end of the piece, there are some tweets that are similar to the ones you’ve seen in my previous tweets pieces.