Emily Kate Johnston is a forensic archaeologist. She has lived on four continents, including summers spent in Jordan experiencing the desert first-hand. Her inspirations come from her work, travels and her university studies in Biblical Hebrew and Arabic. She loves telling stories, and has been doing so across different mediums for over ten years. She is the author of A Thousand Nights, a beautiful retelling of The Arabian Nights and Kingdom of Sleep, inspired by Sleeping Beauty.
@realDonaldTrump has become bored of the presidency. Only his tiny hands continue the work #TinyHandTrumpsTheWorld
by @andrewdobbuk - 10 days ago
Just swam 1200m in this lake (I'm somewhere in that photo). Really enjoyed it. Can't wait to swim a mile! https://t.co/sQULqlnGco
by @andrewdobbuk - 9 months ago
I'm proud to have worked on https://t.co/2krnE1VsXn Thanks Douglas Adams #towelDay2016 @panmacmillan https://t.co/ujaknTYBJ7
#indieamnesty at Filthys Nottingham m https://t.co/yo4YcC0eI6
@WestDiscGolf I was considering rigging up a Heads up display to my sunglasses #LeMans24
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