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Book Review: On Writing By Stephen King

“Just remember that Dumbo didn’t need the feather; the magic was in him.” So finally I completed my favourite author’s memoir. Well, technically it was a small memoir and writing guide. It isn’t a normal memoir, because King only tells us some snapshots of his life in half of the book and later half is […]

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Book Reviews Nonfiction

Book Review: Atheism: A Very Short Introduction by Julian Baggini

“If we pretend or imagine that life’s purpose lies outside living itself, we will be searching the stars for what is underneath our feet all the time.” Oxford University Press has short introductions book series. Where every book gives you a short introduction to a specific topic. There are many others books like this which […]

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Writing

Cyclone [Random Diaries #1]

On Tuesday morning, I woke up with thunderstorms and lighting. I sat up on the bed, then walk towards the window and open the curtains. The outside wind was blowing with high speed, along with there the rain was pouring in strongly. I went to the bathroom, brush my teeth and put some clothes on. […]

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News & Culture

Thank You for 200 Followers!

Hey guys. This week my blog reached 200+ followers. Thank you to everyone who follows this blog. I am grateful to everyone who has liked, commented and ready posts.  I started this blog as just something fun to do di in my life in this boring lockdown situation. Though I wasn’t good at writing, I […]

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5 Fantasy Series That I Absolutely Love

I love fantasies books. Whenever I felt bored and tired I like to read these type of books wherein these world there is so much fun going on. It always fascinating to me to enter worlds of magic and kings and queens, kingdoms. In this post, I will share my favourites fantasy series. There are […]

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Book Reviews Fiction

Book Review: Misery By Stephen King

“I am in trouble here. This woman is not right.” Paul Sheldon, the best selling author had a car accident due to which both of his legs are broken. He is saved by his “Number one fan” Annie Wilkes who takes him to her house, to treat him good. But soon paul realised that there […]

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Book Review: Dune By Frank Herbert

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will […]

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Book Review: Mostly Harmless By Douglas Adams

“He had a nasty feeling that that might be an idiotic thing to do, but he did it anyway, and sure enough it had turned out to be an idiotic thing to do. You live and learn. At any rate, you live.” This is the fifth novel in Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series. While […]

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Book Reviews Nonfiction

Book Review: Brain Droppings By George Carlin

“YOU KNOW? When you’re young, you don’t know, but you don’t know you don’t know, so you take some chances. In your twenties and thirties, you don’t know, and you know you don’t know, and that tends to freeze you; less risk taking. In your forties you know, but you don’t know you know, so […]

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News & Culture

Lessons I Learned From How To Stop Worrying And Start Living

I recently published this article on medium.com  where I wrote simple lessons and techniques to stop overthinking and worrying about everything. This lessons are from book How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie. I read this book when I was so stressed about my life and future. Though this book didn’t magically […]