Life without it by Sara Marzougui

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The way we flirt, sleep, eat, talk, drive, even walk in the street, all has metamorphosed because of one little device: smartphones. A satire about textoholics, involving two best friends, a successful entrepreneur, a mysterious artist and a challenging 60 day bet …

About Sara Marzougui

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Sara Marzougui, a journalism major turned flight attendant, was born in Tunisia, North Africa. After graduating from Florida International University in April 2010, she freelanced for the Miami Herald, but soon realised her true dream was to write books, not new articles.
Published April 9, 2012 by Sara Marzougui. 228 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fresh on the New York dating scene, Dalinda is ready for a new start and, with some prodding from her sophisticated, BlackBerry-wielding friends, a new phone.

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