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Meet Dora…

It really has been a busy week in the world of soztheo.me. I have been delighted to have been involved in the Writerly Yours #NailbitersNovel Blog Tour. This week has also been a busy week on The Blog Tag Group, where the weeks… Continue Reading →

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Tech-No-Go-No…

I’ve seen Terminator, The Matrix, iRobot
I know what the future holds

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Momma…

What do I have to say about mommy blogging – well, I’m not a mommy for one, I’m a daddy; b) I do have a mommy (it was her birthday this week… Happy Birthday again Mamoo); 3. I am in… Continue Reading →

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Defending Madiba

I cannot believe that we live in a time where on the day of Elie Wiesel’s death, the day that Night fell upon the light it produced, that today of all days, I am penning a post entitled ‘Defending Madiba’.

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The Road Home

It’s been an exciting week on The Blog Tag though, as the group of inspirational bloggers have been dealing with a week themed travel

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Narcissus

Oh… It all makes sense now… It’s a pathology, Shame for you… Sorry about the criticism. Well, maybe not so much. – Now that I know your name… I understand… You are lacking. I actually feel sorry for you. – It’s… Continue Reading →

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Controversy: My Emptying Cup of Give a F–k!

Trigger Warning: Political and racial commentary Johannesburg, South Africa, 2016… Well, one stupid post by a stupid Real Estate Agent threatened to overthrow all that is positive about the South African Dream… The South African Dream, and ideal, the legacy… Continue Reading →

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The End of a Week of Books

Heya all 🙂 It has been a really busy week for me personally, and I missed a day of blogging yesterday, but not for nought – it’s hard work being a family man, so I thought I would take the time… Continue Reading →

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The biggest lesson I found in a Book…

The theme on The Blog Tag this week is books, the challenge for the day,  “tell us about the biggest lesson you learnt from a book and why it is important to you“. I was troubled by the task at hand, especially… Continue Reading →

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#tdc1619 #ChroniclesOfAuCT: Struggle…

Like in all those good stories her Nan used to tell her, the struggle was real. It was immense, perceivably insurmountable. There would be many obstacles. There would for sure be many tears. There may be death. Hopefully there will… Continue Reading →

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Beloved – A Book Review

Is it possible to say that an entire novel is a metaphor? Well I just inferred that it was, so I guess that question is settled… When I was was in my twenties I commenced a BA in English Literature,… Continue Reading →

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Sunday Night in Jhb

It’s a cold Sunday Night in Johannesburg and a week of creativity comes to a close. As you may know if you have been following me, I have been participate (rather lightly) in the DS106 Digital Storytelling course, although this… Continue Reading →

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Who is the Alien? – DS106 #TDC1616 Daily Create

I’ve really had fun with this weeks movie activity – with some belated posts coming to the fore… I find myself in the stars – Today on DS106 we had to come up with a repeated word poem – mine… Continue Reading →

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Movie Week Q&A + #TDC1615 &1614-ish + a week round up

Yoh, it’s been quite a week a I tell you! Juggling will be the word that exists in summation of this first full week of June 2016, I almost feel like I never got to give my full this week… Continue Reading →

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Female Characters in Film… – “The Good” List

I was going to write a post listing my favourite movies vs my least favourite, that changed halfway through my brain perusals as I soon realised just how much I was a fan of the female protagonist. There is something… Continue Reading →

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Those Magic Minds, those Kings of Screens…

Oh if only they had got it right, Those Magic Minds, those King of Screens, If only they had brought it home, So I could rest safely in my dreams… – If Sydney’s mom on Alias, Irina Derevko of the… Continue Reading →

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Aleen?

Story Time… Once upon a time there was little boy whose world was torn apart when his parents got divorced. It was 1986, and at only six years old Daddy was not at home anymore… 🙁 Even Home wasn’t at home… Continue Reading →

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