SHORT STORIES: “LOSE HER”

“You can’t die on me! Not today! Come on!”, he huffed, as he performed the chest compressions. She had collapsed in the corridor a few minutes ago, when everything had been extremely normal, just like every other day. They had all showed up to the hospital at their appointed time for the routine morning rounds. Whilst … Continue reading SHORT STORIES: “LOSE HER”

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“Did I lie?” [April 14th, 2018]

I told her that her second or third heartbreak won’t hurt as much as her first one does right now. I lied. I know that I am a terrible person for saying so, but I really wanted her to believe that for a second so that she would stop clinging on to his memories and … Continue reading “Did I lie?” [April 14th, 2018]

“Deep rooted resentment…” [April 12th, 2018]

I thought all the resentment I had for him was long gone by, since it’s almost been three years since it happened. But something happened today, and I felt that rising back up, as if it was never gone. I realised that my resentment is so deep-rooted and I feel terrible about it, because the … Continue reading “Deep rooted resentment…” [April 12th, 2018]

BOOKS: “TRULY MADLY GUILTY” – LIANE MORIARTY

Category: Fiction Zombies: 3.5/5   Summary: It tells the story of Sam and Clementine, an ordinary yet busy married couple trying to balance work and family life. After the couple is invited by Clementine's old friend Erika to a neighbor's barbecue party, a spiral of intrigue, lust, and betrayal is unleashed.    Comments: I read … Continue reading BOOKS: “TRULY MADLY GUILTY” – LIANE MORIARTY

Not a good day… [April 9th, 2018]

The title says it all. Why? Well, because of a number of things. Let's start off with the first being that I go back to uni tomorrow, that being that today was the last day of my extra short spring break. In all honesty, going back to the endless classes and lectures, which without doubt … Continue reading Not a good day… [April 9th, 2018]

BOOKS: “RAGDOLL” – DANIEL COLE

Category: Crime fiction / Thriller / Mystery  Zombies: 5/5   Summary: ONE BODY. SIX VICTIMS. NO SUSPECTS. A body is discovered with the dismembered parts of six victims stitched together, nicknamed by the press as the 'Ragdoll'. Assigned to the shocking case are Detective William 'Wolf' Fawkes, recently reinstated to the London Met, and his … Continue reading BOOKS: “RAGDOLL” – DANIEL COLE

BOOKS: “THE HATING GAME” – SALLY THORNE

Category: Fiction / Romance  Zombies 3.5/5   Summary: Debut author Sally Thorne bursts on the scene with a hilarious and sexy workplace comedy all about that thin, fine line between hate and love. Nemesis (n.) 1) An opponent or rival whom a person cannot best or overcome.                        2) A person’s undoing                        … Continue reading BOOKS: “THE HATING GAME” – SALLY THORNE

SHORT STORIES: “CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM”

Every time someone asked me what is my favourite flavour of ice cream, I would answer vanilla or strawberry, which never felt right, because partly it wasn’t the truth. I liked those flavours. Actually, I loved those flavours. But they weren’t my favourite. Every time someone around me got chocolate ice cream and offered to … Continue reading SHORT STORIES: “CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM”

BOOKS: “HIGHLY ILLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR” – JOHN COREY WHALEY

Category: Fiction / Young Adult Zombies: 5 out of 5   Summary: Sixteen-year-old Solomon is agoraphobic. He hasn't left the house in three years, which is fine by him. Ambitious Lisa desperately wants to get into the second-best psychology program for college (she's being realistic). But how can she prove she deserves a spot there? … Continue reading BOOKS: “HIGHLY ILLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR” – JOHN COREY WHALEY

100 NOTEABLE DAYS: DAY#16 [APRIL 3RD, 2018]

So I went out today with a friend.  I had ice cream, went window shopping, had lunch and then went grocery shopping. It felt so normal and just saying that I had a normal day kind of makes me scared that I will end up jinxing it. But today was definitely not an ordinary day, … Continue reading 100 NOTEABLE DAYS: DAY#16 [APRIL 3RD, 2018]