Although Kate was the daughter of a US senator, she had no interest in politics. She left her old job and her boyfriend to be a national news correspondent in New York. So, imagine her disappointment when she had to cover politics in her new job in Manhattan. To add to her misery, her boyfriend broke up with her soon after her move. Just when she was on the verge of embracing regret as her primary emotion, destiny intervened. Someone started leaving thoughtful gifts for strangers throughout the city.
When Corona met a Real Human!
Corona took my job and, with that, all my hopes for a better future for my family. Just when I was confident that my daughter would have a future in a better school, corona crushed my and my daughter’s dreams. My wife was not in favor of my decision to enroll our daughter, Sheena, to one of the most prestigious colleges in Delhi. In her backward opinion, girls should focus on cooking, cleaning, and other household chores. I had put my foot down.
Animal Killer – A Novel by B.Lee Baker
In his debut novel, Animal Killer, B. Lee Baker makes a powerful case for treating animals with kindness as they, too, are God’s creations. Lou Pastor (or Louie) hunted animals passionately. He considered hunting as nothing more than a sport. Consequently, his incredible hunting skills earned him the nickname Animal Killer. In a tragic and…
#BookReview: Snow City by G. A. Kathryns
Reviewed by me for Readers’ Favorite In the very unusual yet enticing story entitled Snow City, G.A. Kathryns has managed to trigger those stirrings of my imagination that I didn’t even know existed. The protagonist, Echo Japonica, has been in Snow City for as long as she can remember, which is actually just a few months….
I, too, Dream of Jeannie! #FridayReflections
A dreamy Gemini never stops envisioning the world more than what meets the eyes. Whether you believe in sun-signs or not, I, being a Gemini, must insist that the typical characteristics of a Gemini are immersed in my blood. I do not see the world as it is; I see it the way I would want…
Paint the Canvas of Life
Many have tried to capture the essence of life within the boundaries of words. The problem with the life is that its scope is too vast and the concept way too subjective. Some define a life by success, others by one’s attempts at success. A few people swear that a life can only be enjoyed…
Need of the Hour: Grains of Commonsense
With an advent of PR and social media marketing, separating right from wrong has become more tedious task than ever. I see images of models flaunting crop tops, and it takes all the strength residing inside of me to realize these are not practical for me. Not that I can’t wear these, but I must…
Are you weak? #FridayReflections
In the recent past, I have read one book and watched a movie, both of which have one common beginning; however, the reactions of the leading characters to this beginning are worlds apart. In the movie, a husband loses his wife and kid by the hands of a bank robber. That bank robber was running…
A Failed Plan for Redemption – A Fiction #FridayReflection
Chapter.1. A Shocking News “The Top 100” program, as the name suggests, broadcasts the top 100 headlines of New Delhi every day at 4 PM on news channel The Daily Headlines. Everybody knows that not every 100 headlines are, actually, “headlines.” Last ones are always the fillers, which are reported only to make the name of the program credible….
Fear – The Mother of all Superstitions
Don’t start a journey if a black cat crosses your path. If someone sneezes, pause and drink water before leaving out the door. If somebody says the name “salt” or “oil” you should not go out. A woman must not wear white or black color once she is married. Do not eat onion and meat…