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Short Stories Writing

A Witch in Mountain [A Short Story]

Dawn was beginning to turn from grey to orange at the approach of the sun. Birds were coming out of their nests and starting to sing sweet songs for this lovely morning. Little animals and insects were also making noise declaring that day was finally up. The fog was clearing up as the first rays […]

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Short Stories Writing

The Road [A Short Story]

It was half-past ten and Michael was finally going to his home after a long evening at work. He was driving his car though he bought it as a second-hand car but it was in good shape and still had low mileage. He was feeling sleepy, he wished if he had an apartment in the […]

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Writing

3 Simple Habits That You Should Follow Everyday

In this fast forward world, It is difficult to maintain good habits whereas you can get easily into bad habits. We also don’t get time to work on self-improvement as lots of time gets spent on jobs and schools. And when we get time on holiday we probably spent on binge-watching series on Netflix. Habits […]

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Writing

Why self-help books aren’t that much helpful

If you go on Amazon or any bookstore you find hundreds and thousands of self-help books. In these times, most people are sad and demotivated. Everybody is looking for answers to how to be happy or how to live the good life. Most of them tried to find it in books. When we get to the […]

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Book Reviews Fiction

Book Review: Dragon Keeper By Robin Hobb

“That is true. I could not prevent what was done to me, nor can I change what people made of me. But I know what I am and have decided to continue being what I am.” Dragon Keeper is the first book in Rain Chronicles. Rain Chronicles is sequel series to The Liveship Traders. It […]

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Book Reviews Nonfiction

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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Short Stories 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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Book Reviews Nonfiction

Book Review: The Diary Of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

“It’s really a wonder that I haven’t dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” In 1942, with the Nazis occupying Holland, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl and her family fled […]