I realize as a writer, I like short pieces more than large projects.
Well, sometimes. I can’t deny the satisfaction of finishing something
you’ve been working on for so long. I think it’s my affection with “moments”
that urge my attraction to short pieces. It’s like, one moment you’re at the intro
and before you know it, you’ve reach the end.
The life we lead isn’t one we’re suppose to know. It kind of just rides.
If you think too much about it, it won’t work out.
The reason we are who we say we are, is because – well, I don’t know.
I’m not suppose to be the answer. But the thought is provoking isn’t it?
In “Brand of the Week” I select a company/brand of high quality & design that I like and believe you might too. I also try to select unique brands that are hard to find anywhere else so you stand out! I do the work for you so all you do is purchase – or not. This week’s selection is British clothing brand “304#” – and yes, the hashtag is part of the name. Continue reading
In “Brand of the Week” I select a company/brand of high quality & design that I like and you might too. I do the work for you so all you do is purchase or not. This week’s selection is clothing brand “Tankfarm & Co.” The company’s slogan “Supplies for Gentlemen” fits just right for it as do their clothes for men of all ages. Continue reading
Suniti Namjoshi’s Aditi and the One-Eyed Monkey is a cross between a fable similar to Panchatantra and a traditional fairytale. Continue reading
Nnedi Okrafor-Mbachu’s Zahrah the Windseeker dwells in a beautifully crafted world of magical realism and fantasy, engrained with African culture, societal commentary, and wonderful adventure. Continue reading
Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories serves as an allegory of various problems that exist in today’s society, especially in the Indian subcontinent. Continue reading