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african romance novels

I ticked the box ‘Literature’ for categories and tags, but I am not sure if this is correct. I do not now want to delve into a discussion on what minimum quality should be present to be entered into the fields of Literature.  29 more words


Dirty Tricks - a short story in seven parts: part 2

I take a bit more interest now that I know we’ve got to keep an eye on these Father Christmas people and the first time I switch over to the news, getting protests from the wife but taking no notice of her, there they are. 444 more words


Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

All the Light We Cannot See

By: Anthony Doerr

530 pages; historical fiction

Summary: Marie-Laure LeBlanc was only six years old when she went blind. She lived in Paris with her father who did everything he could to make her life easier for her. 235 more words


Choice of the Heart

Most of the times, there is more than one choice in our life; and it matters how those decisions are taken. All the time, the self-proclaimed people keeps asking us to take decisions from the mind instead of the heart. 678 more words


Questions of Morality

The opening scene of a novel is a very powerful and important scene. It sets the reader up with the necessary information for the story to begin, introducing us to the main character and begging the initial question, ‘Do you like him?’ Most of the time, we don’t catch the full importance of the opening scene, which is why, more often than not, I end up re-reading it right after I’ve finished the novel. 2,090 more words


[P.J]-Chapter 1

I had seen game play videos before and my father had shown me a fair amount of concept art but nothing could have prepared me for the real thing. 3,699 more words



Don’t go. Stay.
The night is deeper
when your voice remains inside my voice
and our eyes stare at
demons stalking, stealthy,
in the middle of the mist. 125 more words