Friday Fictioneer! Every week, we get a chance to write a 100-word story about the photo prompt shared by Rochelle. This week, the photo is provided by Roger Bultot. Check more takes on the prompt why clicking here. She smiled at me. I smiled back. She seemed shy, totally my type. She was alone too. There were so … More Clearly, He’s Done This Before
Flash Fiction For Aspiring Writers! This week’s photo prompt is provided by Yarnspinner! For more takes on the prompt, click here. Something is wrong. They’re not letting me board the flight. I see it. It’s right there! All the other passengers have boarded, one of my friends too. Is it because I was late? It … More No Matter What! Stealing is Bad!
To find the textbook candidate for being a companion for life, it is essential to cross verify all behavioural traits which you might want the candidate to have. For this, it seems a perfectly rational solution to create a questionnaire and conduct a survey among potentials. You know, like an experiment. You can call it … More (Review) The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
A terrorist attack, stone cold killers, murders, blackmails and a polar bear! This book has it all! Two bodies are found in an oil camp in Alaska’s High Arctic. Another two are found two thousand kilometres away in a tar pond in Canada’s Northern Oil Sands. Soon, the detectives working these cases are about to … More Polar Bear Dawn by Lyle Nicholson (Review)
Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers! This week’s photo prompt is provided by Yarnspinnerr. Thank you Yarnspinnerr! For more take on this photo prompt, click here. After some exercise, we all were asked to lie down in the big hall, face up. The Swami was roaming around, asking us to let go of fear and tension … More Godman, Good Man?
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“People are like houses with vast rooms and tiny windows.” It says a lot about a book if you finished it in a day. But its a different experience for me as I get really excited to read a book which is the base of some movie which just hit the big screen, … More Review of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli