Thirty Seconds Tales #21: The Reader

She was like an oasis of quietude in an ocean of cacophony. Bent upon a book, meditating on the world that its gossamer words must have woven around her like a cocoon, she exuded a calm that did not pervade, neither did it intrude upon the bustle around her. It ensconced her like an eggshell…

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Random Gyan #17 – Home To A Bookworm

  A good book feels like home. When you leave it’s world behind, you yearn to get back to it. You find yourself uncomfortable in the real and present world that feels alien to you. You seek those who have read the same book and you connect with them like compatriots of the same nation.…

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The Book That Inspired Me To Write: We Were Liars

via The Book That Inspired Me To Write: We Were Liars All writers have that one book that moves them to the point where they find themselves prompted to write like the author. It may not be their favourite book, it may be flawed, or even a failure, yet there is something within its covers that…

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Origin by Dan Brown – A Review

‘Where do we come from? Where are we going?’ When read in context with the mystery surrounding the origin of life on Earth and what our future holds, these two questions grab you by the eyeballs. Dan Brown knows how sensationalism works and he makes sure that these two questions are ubiquitous in the entire…

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Setting up Your Book | Self Publishing on a Budget

I found this excellent and very informative article on setting up your book when you are self-publishing. This blog contains some very interesting topics, all about self-publishing. This is a goldmine of information for new writers like me 😀 Do check out the full article by clicking on the link below and his website for…

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