On 8th August, I crossed off one of my biggest milestone off my bucket list. I appeared in National television and gave a 12 minutes of interview regarding my talents in speaking in fluent Mandarin & singing in multiple languages. Coming from a family like mine, this was a massive achievement for the 4 of … More Of The Kite Runner & Of My Father
In recent times, I’ve seen various types of readers. I’ve seen fast readers, tasteful readers, emotional readers and there’s strictly sci-fi only readers. And then there’s me- An impulsive reader. I am not at all ashamed to say that I am so impulsive, my reading taste is highly unpredictable. I’ve took the liberty to decide … More What Kind of Reader Are You?
First of all, let me begin with how skeptical I am when it comes to Retellings.How is it even possible to re-enact a story with a little twist and expecting me to love it? That’s simply impossible! Secondly, I don’t really enjoy Sci-fi, (I know, I know). The idea of blending my beloved fairy … More 8 Reasons Why I Love The Lunar Chronicles
So, I’ve decided to post weekly round-ups of awesome stuffs that I found on the internet! 1) Being a selfiegrapher while you are alive is one thing, but coming across this particular post was certainly disturbing. Do you know, they used to take photographs of dead people back then? Check it out here. 2) I … More Awesome stuffs I found on the internet this week
Last night, my cousin and I finally hit the cinema for the long awaited chick flick- “Love, Rosie.” It was originally a book called “Where Rainbows End” by Cecelia Ahern. Knowing the movie coming out soon, I took the liberty to finish the book as soon as I can a week before. The book was, … More Love, Rosie – Book or Movie?
My kind of story are few. Ones that keeps me going without having me checking on how many pages I have left to complete the book. Ones that keep me feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Ones that makes me worried because there are only few pages left. Ones that catches me off guard. I’ve picked … More My kind of story.
I do. It’s called “The Color of Hope” by Susan Madison. I was a little over 12 years old, and was in the process of ‘discovering’ adult-themed books. My mom did not bought me the book, neither did I got it by myself. I remember borrowing from my cousin (who is younger than me by … More Do you remember your first adult book?
I have two worries in my life. 1) If I will ever die marrying the love of my life. 2) If I will ever die finish reading books I own. I told this to the love of my life and he said, “I can solve worry no. 1, but worry no.2 will only be resolved … More Do You Reread books?
I don’t even know if the word “Shockful” is legit in this context. BUT WHO CARES? So hey!!! how have you been? It’s been like forever since I even take an effort to update here. But I’ve been reading religiously. Because, now I have all the time, between travelling back and forth in the train! … More The shockingly shockful shocker
“…Satthiya you have great potential to write but…” I think my heart just skipped a beat. This is it. This is where I will actually consider resigning instead of being fired. And then he said, “I want you to be a Super Copywriter instead of just a writer.” Phew. I’ve been told that I write good … More So, today my boss told me…