As we always into our daily chores. Sometimes we may take a break but, sometimes we don’t. But when we sat for some innovative or creative work, we find our brain as a blank page. In the hassle of daily chores, we forget our desirous innovative perspective. So, to refill your imaginative craves, movies and… Continue reading Significance of good movie in your life?
Ring around the Rosie. A pocketful of posies. Ashes, ashes. We all fall down. Derived from the Great Plaque of London in 1665. A reference to a rose-colored pustule on the skin that developed a ring around it and indicated that one was infected. Sufferers would carry a pocketful of poises is an effort to… Continue reading Inferno- A Review
–By Annie J Hi Folks!! Work in a hassle is always there regardless you are at work or home. You cannot stop your racing mind. You will feel like you are up to doing an unending job. (As if someone tagged every kind of work at your brain.) Results in anger/frustration and passivity. So here… Continue reading Why Journalling is Necessary?
Humanity’s deepest desire for knowledge is justification enough for our continuing quest. And your goal is nothing less than a complete description of the universe we live in.” In this book, Stephen W. Hawking laid down his years of groundbreaking research in theoretical physics into the form of a book. He aims to “explain how… Continue reading A Brief History of Time- A Review
Darkness does not win because it is strong. It wins because the lamps stop fighting. Book: Suheldev Author: Amish and An Immortal Writers’ Centre Book Genre: Historical Fiction This book belongs to Indian historical fiction. The writers’ did a great job by bringing such a legendary unsung hero in limelight. The patriotism is dripping from… Continue reading Suheldev- A Review
She was the only consort that dared accompany the Pandavas on his final, fearsome adventure when she fell, she did not weep, but only raised her hand in the save farewell. The narrative shorts with the scene of Great Yagna, the Birth of Draupadi and his brother of Panchaal, story swings between flashbacks and present,… Continue reading The Palace of Illusions- A Review
“…aren’t we all pawns in the hands of Time, the greatest player of then all?” The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Synopsis Its a message to those who say Feminism is a 20th-century thing. Need to turn the pages of history like Ramayana and Mahabharata and pick any female protagonist of that era.… Continue reading The Palace of Illusion-Synopsis
Who Doesn’t Want to Have SUPERPOWERS in Them?? Begin your week with PERKY PROMPTS. Unleash your superpowers to takeover every task on your table. THAT WILL BE AWESOME!! So, come back from dreamland, and have a break with little reading of prompt at Monday evening with your snackies. Sand Crux A wide window with ragged… Continue reading Sand Crux- Prompt Writing
Hey Folks!! Though I am in the process to de-clutter my schedule. So, long awaited and equally pending prompts are here. I’ll try to put up prompts on every promising Thursday.✍️✍️✍️✍️✍️✍️✍️✍️✍️This time I try to portrait a situation or you can say a story in a form of recipe procedure.🥙🥙🥙🥙🥙🥙🥙🥙Enjoy this with evening snackies or… Continue reading Promising Thursday Prompt~ Evanesce- A Recipe
“I’m a feeling wild. Maybe the most dangerous of all, because I’ve got a human brain to go along with the “wild” part.” “Everyone wants life. Everyone needs life. So, it’s better to give a chance to somebody because everyone deserves life.” Synopsis No man’s Land is an edge of your cliff thriller. It is… Continue reading No Man’s Land- A Review