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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We Are The World Blogfest –

The end of the first month this year brings us to the 10th month of the We Are The World Blogfest. I can’t believe that it will be a year soon since we started this initiative to spread positivity in this world that is every day witnessing increasing violence, dissonance and hatred. My best wishes…

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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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Books That Are Home To Me

It was Jo March who said, β€œSome books are so familiar that reading them is like being home again.” Last night I was watching the movie Little Women, and though I’d read the book years and years ago when I was still a school girl, last night was my first time watching the movie. I…

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The Perfectly Imperfects Are Here Again!

Hola People! Hope this week has started off well for you. Mine didn’t. I’ve been under the weather and am going around doing what I do with tissue paper thrust up deep in my nose. Oh god, I hate colds! Don’t worry, the state of myΒ rudolphed-nose isn’t what this post is about. I have three…

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The Waif From The Book

Once upon a time, a girl fell into a book. Lost she was afore, she found her place in its folds. A new life she weaved for herself with its words, Master and slave, she became the centre of this world. Erelong the book came to an end, And as the last of the gossamer…

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