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Time to organise my thoughts: Honours, Day 1

Am officially now able to get into rooms:

Rooms which house interesting objects such as the following:

Two classes were had today.

One was the NonFiction Lab, 637 more words


UNDERTOW by Elizabeth O'Roark a Must Read


I am thoroughly enamoured with this story. It is well thought out and well written. Despite being written using flashbacks through the first part of the book, it flows well. 223 more words


Reading: Qissa- The tale of a lonely, powerful film

“Say this city has ten million souls, some are living in mansions, some are loving in holes; yet there’s no place for us my dear, there’s no place for us. 1,088 more words

Quick Reads!

Most Anticipated Titles of 2015

Yes I realise I’m a bit late on the uptake, but I just thought that it might be interesting to you guys, particularly if you’re like me and don’t follow the right blogs to hear about new releases and the like. 462 more words

The Short Story: Undertow

er mother was a wave. That was the way Alice told it.

“She had perfect hands. Sometimes, when we were sick, she’d play this game, draw on our backs, sweaty from fever. 1,350 more words