What does immortality mean? Why do humans crave it so much? What is the point of living forever when there is no end in sight? These were the questions that ran through my head as I came out of the cinema hall. My husband and I had just watched ‘The Age of Adaline’ and I… Continue reading His daughter (Fiction)
Her eyes were a soft hazel colour. His eyes were a dark bottle green. Her hair was as yellow as the rising sun. His was greying prematurely. They saw each other three times before they were to properly speak to each other. The first was across a library – a public library for neither of… Continue reading Jenny and Edison – the story of every lifetime (Fiction)
So recently, my life has taken a turn in a weird direction. In a span of 2 weeks, things have been turned upside down and new developments are beginning to take place. And I’ve started a writing workshop that I hope will make me improve my writing style so that I can successfully complete a… Continue reading Fully focussed on writing now – Baby steps
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……..