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Book Review

Book Review

Layaly El Corona: iRead’s Short Story Collection by Aspiring New Authors

As difficult as dealing with the global spread of the Coronavirus and the world-wide lockdown was, it is these hard circumstances that inspire creativity...

Diwan November Reads for Fall 2020

Check out this November's Diwan book recommendations about traveling, leaving your comfort zone, power, war and culture. 1. Half by Sherif Loutfi Half is a call to...

AUC Bookstores: Migrant Dreams: Egyptian Workers in the Gulf States

Social and cultural anthropologist, Samuli Schielke delves deep into the lives of migrant workers in Migrant Dreams: Egyptian Workers in the Gulf States (AUC Press,...

The 10 Best Books for your Mental Health

By: Aliaa Elsherbini For world mental health day, here are the 10 best books that take a deeper look into mental health and its different...
Ronnie Close: Cairo’s Ultras

Author Ronnie Explores Cairo’s Ultras in his New Book

Ronnie Close is a writer, filmmaker, and assistant professor of visual media at the American University in Cairo. His book Cairo’s Ultras: Resistance and...
iRead's October reads

iRead Mystery and Thriller Spooky October Reads

The month of October offers some inspiring reads. Fall is in full swing offering the perfect time to sit back and relax with a...
October's book recommendations

Diwan’s October Reads about Success, Art and Balance

It's hard to succeed in a fast-paced life but Diwan has all the tools and tips you need to get you started with October's...

Diwan’s September Reads about Happiness and Love

We all know the past period has been tough on everyone, that’s why Diwan’s best books to read in September recommendations for September will...

A Recipe for Daphne: Old Love, Historic Recipe & Family Intrigue

Nektaria Anastasiadou is the author of the forthcoming A Recipe for Daphne. She is the 2019 winner of the Zografeios Agon, a Greek-language literary...

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How to Become a Good Listener

How to Become a Good Listener

We mostly listen to jump to conclusions or interrupt with our own opinion and point of view on the matter, especially if we don't...