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Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi - Book Review

Homegoing is a novel spanning two centuries and following two lines of a family starting with two sisters; one married off to an English slave trader, and one shipped to America as a slave. 670 more words


Carroll in CreativeLand

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – Lewis Carroll, ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Why I Didn't Write Today

Reading a new book

A few months ago I picked up a very sword and sorcery style fantasy, a bit reminiscent of David Eddings’ work (I love his Belgariad series and have re-read it several times) and several other epic fantasies that I’ve read. 482 more words


WordPress forum

have you met an avid reader?

the one who likes your writings

one who comments thereafter

the one record the sightings

WordPress is full of wisdom… 66 more words

Daily Prompt


i remember taking a stroll

to a lane for the brave and bold.

bashing what we crave, we have been told

to be careful and to never be alone. 165 more words


A Letter from a girl

I would like to thank you mom for teaching me that it’s my duty to cover myself with ¬†curtains before coming out of the house. 571 more words



What goes on behind the scenes in the Kasama-SSC office? Read the rest of our interview with Governor Fermin and Vice Governor Assunta. 474 more words