The perks of being a fiction reader

Reading by the lamp light at the corner of the room, many a times I have been asked the same recurring question, “Why do you read so many fictional story books?” And I always answered the same recurring answer “Well, I like living in a dream.” Now, come to think of it, it is just…

Cinderella on the street

I recently heard about three minor girls living in a small hut, all alone in a deserted place, that is devoid of any kind of communication, not even a telephone tower. This real life misery of those little girls got me thinking. An author created a story,about child abuse, isolation and exploitation.Put the victims thereand…

Childish Memories

I have coined down a short memory of mine in the form of a built-up story. Hope you all like it! I was going to throw up or at least I was feeling like I would because of the topsy-turvy terrain created at a bargain for a road. We were travelling in our car on…

Short fiction books fewer than 150 pages

You have just started reading a book, but after reading, let’s say a, 100 pages you just want it to end. You start to really don’t get the vibe of the book and want to DNF (did not finish) it, but the other side of you says it is not “holy” to just leave a…

Fantasy Book Series To Read If You Haven’t Already

“When someone told me I lived in a fantasy land, I nearly fell off my unicorn.” –Anonymous We all have grown up listening and reading fairy tales. The fantasy world has always accepted us, social pariahs, with open arms. Not only the outcasts but everyone, in general, has found refuge in the world inside the…

Story Behind Stars: A Collection of Constellation Mythologies

Among the things that fascinated our younger self was the stars, the other being stories. The night sky filled with the moon and the twinkling stars have always grabbed the attention of the living world. We have wanted to reach the sky and discover its wonders; if not in a spaceship then maybe through our…