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"Tell me about the Dyatlov Pass..."

Note: This post is the twenty-eighth installment in my author’s commentary for City of Exiles, covering Chapter 27. You can read the earlier installments  1,081 more words

Writing

Istanbul's Sunken Palace (Through Dan Brown's Inferno)

Sultanahmet, Istanbul- Basilica Cistern. I read about it in Dan Brown’s Inferno. Yerebatan Sarayi, meaning sunken palace. “Follow deep into the sunken palace…”


“As far as Langdon could see, the floor of this underground world was a glassy sheet of water- dark, still, smooth- like black ice on a frozen New England pond. 175 more words

Travel

A Compilation of movie reviews from my Facebook statuses: Part I

Memories: The Malayalam Movie

(Starring: Prithviraj, Vijayaraghavan, Nedumudi Venu, Meghna Raj, etc)

Watched Memories. What can I say? Mind blowing. Excellent.  Fantastic. Too good. The movie is all this AND even more, in spite of some unnecessary stuff. 460 more words

Memories

Inferno by Dan Brown

Okay, so my nan had been telling me to read this book for a while, saying I would really enjoy what it is about as I am nearly always ranting about the world and what needs to be done to fix it. 521 more words

Books

Dante's Inferno

“[…] Its a fucked up world that we live in […]“
- Skylar Grey, “Religion.”

I’m currently reading Dan Brown’s “Inferno”, based on Dante’s description of the underworld in his epic, …

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How to Decode Your Book's Jacket Copy

It’s okay if your book fits in this formula. There are many good books where nothing technically happens, for instance. But here’s a handy way to figure out how your marketing team is talking about your novel/memoir/collection. 276 more words

Timely Concerns

Short Film of the Week: Your Lucky Day

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