Wherever Tomorrow Is

Tomun was an unusual man. Despite his enthralling anecdotes, no one knew where he came from. His battered passport was the only thing that stood out amongst his bare minimum possessions. He looked to be about 70, but you wouldn’t have guessed so from his demeanor. His frail hands had more might than the office-goersContinue reading “Wherever Tomorrow Is”

Book Review — Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino

Italo Calvino enthralls his audience by spinning vivid descriptions of “invisible” cities. He uses the medium of culture, narration and imagination to convey the conversations between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan. Kublai Khan being the mighty emperor demands that Marco Polo account his journeys around the world. What transpires after, is a treat to one’sContinue reading “Book Review — Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino”

Book Review — Around The World in 80 Days by Jules Verne

Phileas Fogg is an extraordinary man. He is rarely daunted by the potholes in his way and equipped with a steadfast determination, attains what he so wishes. During a game of whist, a casual conversation turns to a challenge which sends Mr. Fogg on an adventure around the world within eighty days. Needless to say,Continue reading “Book Review — Around The World in 80 Days by Jules Verne”

2 years of blogging and life is only getting brighter.

I made a decision a few years back. To set my mark on the literary-media sphere. To write to my hearts content and not hold back when it came to words. Be it of joy, scorn or even abash. I have stuck to that promise and written without hesitation – a novel, some articles publishedContinue reading “2 years of blogging and life is only getting brighter.”