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Fragrant makes me think of the light, sweet smell of flowers and foliage; always a pleasant, positive scent. It’s gentle, but also powerful. It never fails to amaze me how smell can be one of the most evocative of our senses. 64 more words


"Secure the Shadow" Review

Hello Friends!

I hope you are all doing well this Friday, and get ready for a book review.

Secure The Shadows“, written by… 898 more words


Zarina Hashmi

Hashmi died earlier this year in London aged 83 after a life dedicated to art influenced by and responding to the partition of Pakistan and India. 39 more words


'The Silent Betrayal' by Momus Najmi - Review

Original, eloquently written and thrilling. A tale of deception that reads like a spy thriller but carries a much deeper meaning… 

Momus Najmi has written a thrilling story with an original and eloquent narration style where main character ‘Johann Blakemore’ candidly confides in the reader on a journey to lift the lid on his rich father’s sinister past. 288 more words


Weighing something up. Thinking things through. There are many phrases for trying to make a balanced decision, where all of the potential outcomes are taken in turn and measured. 78 more words


5 Thought Provoking Books and 5 Reasons You Should Read Them

Why should we read thought provoking books?

A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us – Franz Kafka

The reason is right there in the question, isn’t it? 800 more words


Fandango's Provocative Question (12 August 2020)

Wednesday. Fandango’s Provocative Question once again. I looked in my reader and what should I see? This week, Fandango asks:

Do you judge yourself by the same standards that you judge others? 216 more words