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~A Cauldron of Thoughts~

Book Review: The Lowland

There are few books you read because you are addicted to reading. Then some others because everyone else has read it but you, and then there are those books that you read because you know that somewhere between the pages,... Continue Reading →

3 Easy Ways to Proofread your Writing

No clue as to what I’m talking about? Worry not! Proofing or proofreading or copy-editing all mean the same thing - assessing your work before publishing it. And I just can't stress enough on its significance in building your reputation as... Continue Reading →

Apocalypse

A catastrophe affliction in disguise wilfully unfair prejudiced non-permitting the hearts to unite charred affections replaced for wrath so we could hurt and make bleed our lips met  only to bite into  the melancholy our minds battled with our bodies met only to strip  and insult our conscience... Continue Reading →

Book Review: My Cousin Rachel

I would love to believe that it is this very thought that set the tones for 'My Cousin Rachel' for Miss Maurier. One likes to wish! I wondered how it could be that two people who had loved could yet... Continue Reading →

To blog or not to blog?

Blogging. Not everyone's cup of tea, eh? It takes your life blood and sweat and what not. To start is not easy, to keep going is even more tough. But you know what the good news is? You’ve kicked aside... Continue Reading →

Bewitched

And all the fairytales she’d read and the princes she'd secretly loved and the castles she’d hoped to live in and the magic  she’d expected to feel. They had come right back to bewitch her days and charm her nights... Continue Reading →

Pen & Paper

She barely existed in the world of people; those faces, masks of lies and deceit. She concealed her joys and tears, for her companions - the pen and the paper. ~~~~~~~ Asha Seth

If…

If words could release the rues I’d write a 1000 page book If tears could beat the woes I’d cry out an ocean and more If pores of the skin could subsume the deluge I’d plug each pore with grit... Continue Reading →

Let Go or Not?

I’ve come to believe that certain philosophies in life don’t really vouch for much. Take for instance, letting go of people you can't imagine life without. A lover who left, a family or friend who passed away. A beloved pet that died.... Continue Reading →

la douleur exquise

And ever so slowly I fell in love with you while watching you lost in worlds far away from me with the way you lose yourself in stories drifting to unreal places desiring fictional novices when you scribble hurriedly when you smile... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Imperfectionists

#MyThoughts: Sometimes, it's good too take a chance with books and authors unheard of. As a reader, I'm quite eccentric. If I'm trying an author for the first time, I check out their quotes. Well, and if the quotes stick with... Continue Reading →

The First Book I Read

The love for reading is a welcome inheritance from my father. I couldn’t have had it any other way. I wouldn’t have! I can hardly recall when I began reading books by myself. But what I do remember is that... Continue Reading →

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