The danger of reading multiple books from a similar genre in a short span of time is saturation. And when many of those books are by the same author, it isn’t surprising when certain patterns start to emerge. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but when the writer is hyperly self-aware about utilising those patterns … More Looking for Alaska
Life, in my humble opinion, does come down to choices. And that is one of the main underlying themes of Gayle Forman’s If I Stay and Where She Went duology, though both deal with very different kinds of choices. The more often I write reviews, the more I realise how much I don’t really like … More If I Stay and Where She Went – Gayle Forman
This article of mine was originally posted a few years ago on a website that is no longer online. It is a sort of companion for this which I wrote for Sabotage Times (its title is misleading but that is on the then-editor not me!). So what better post to commemorate Throwback Thursday during an ongoing … More Growing up and the perks of being a wallflower
Through a sort of trial and error process over the years, I have realised that one of the more reliable ways of getting myself out of a reading slump is a good book from the YA (young adult) genre. But that wasn’t what I was thinking of when I started Paper Towns which had been … More Paper towns for paper people?
Here is my latest flash available to read on Zero Flash. You can read the rest of this 196 words vignette at https://zeroflash.wordpress.com/stand-alone-flash-pieces/