Did you ever get a feeling that however normal your life seems, something sinister is always lurking around. Something, hidden in the shadows, is observing you and trying to get closer every second. That feeling came true for Adelaide when she revisited one of her childhood vacation place with her present family. Suddenly, the sweet … More (Review) US by Jordan Peele
Sitting in my car, I didn’t know what to do next. The car was standing in the middle of the road. My phone was ringing. Someone was calling but I was just not in the state to answer. I didn’t want to think the answers to where I was, or where have I been or … More The ‘final’ final blow…
“The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a story of two ordinary people, living in an extraordinary time, deprived not only their freedom but their dignity, their names, and their identities and it is Lale’s account of what they needed to do to survive.” The book is written from the perspective of Lale Sokolov, who found … More (Review) The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
Posting a poem written by one of my friends who chooses to remain anonymous. I’m trying to get her to post on this platform. Whoever reads this, please post your honest feedback. I think she got potential that should not go unappreciated. If you agree with me, please let us know. The One This kind … More A Perfect Run!
I’m going away and there’s nothing you can do about it. You regret shouting at me over the phone. How we were fighting and you slammed the phone in the middle. Your last words to me were, “You are a nobody and you always will be!”. You’re crying because you feel it’s your fault I’m … More To: My harshest critic, my unconditional fan
If you’re looking for a mindblowing movie to watch this weekend, stop searching and watch Searching. Ever since I watched John Cho in Columbus, I was in awe of his performance. After that, he proved his mettle once again in the Exorcist by acting both as a loving orphanage caretaker and a grief-stricken man possessed … More Searching – Review
Friday Fictioneer! Every week Rochelle provides us with a picture on which we have to write a complete meaningful piece in just 100 words. This week’s photo prompt is provided by Sandra Crook. To read more stories for this prompt, click here. My daughter loved that abominable stack. She always used to climb it and … More Blame