I’ve always loved writing. It’s the reason this blog exists. It’s also the reason that I tend to ramble when I’m recounting a story. It’s definitely the reason that my ultimate dream is to become a published novelist that wins fame and accolades. So when The Ladies Finger put out a notice that called for interns… Continue reading Project TLF
Books about cricket are difficult to write. Firstly, there aren’t that many people who would actually read books about a game that could take 5 whole days and still end without a result. Secondly, the cricket genre usually involves journalists and/or former cricketers reliving a certain series (for example the Ashes, the World Cup), autobiographies… Continue reading Why you should read ‘Second XI: Cricket in its Outposts’
There comes a moment in life, a turning point, when everything that you have ever known changes. Your outlook on what you took for granted and even your random thoughts begin to take a different shape. I’ve had that particular moment now twice in my life. The first time came when my father passed away… Continue reading RIP Hughesy……..
It’s been 6 months into my new job and it’s been great so far. I’m having loads of fun at the office with 4 other guys and while our views (on most things) differ, I’m also learning loads from the people at work and recently concluded a rather satisfying experience covering the Asian Games from… Continue reading Do I really want to leave?
2014 is half done and already we have had 2 World Cups, countless bilateral series and 3 Grand Slams not to mention the F1 season also being halfway towards its completion. The domestic football leagues were wrapped up and are now 5 weeks away from resuming their new season. The Hockey World Cup final in… Continue reading The brilliant year of sport…. And???