A series to comment upon depression, the stress of living life and the insanity of being a human, through the mind of Ashley.
This was a book gifted to me by my father when I was a kid and only recently did I get to know that his love towards detective novels was what I had inherited and it wasn't just my mother's love towards literature. Back then, I tried to read the book but I couldn't quite... Continue Reading →
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Pablo Neruda is an old Malayalam movie where the protagonist falls in love with a person who gifted her a book full of Neruda’s poems. It’s funny how our brains have the capacity to find minute details like these stowed away in a... Continue Reading →
If you know what tree-tree is or if you want to find out, give this a read!
A short-story I wrote back in 2013 - my first attempt at writing a short-story for a competition. Even though the writing style I use is extremely different and I think nothing like the protagonist here, this one is close to my heart and will remain so.
I had not expected to write a book review for quite some time since the conditions were not favorable for me to write at all (atleast when I wrote this, it wasn't) but a book by Dan Brown is something worth postponing other trivial things for and as I began reading Origin, a million thoughts... Continue Reading →
This was a post I scheduled to be published in April and I think none of us expected this great scientist to pass away so soon. I considered changing the sentences to reflect his death, you know, replace all the 'is' with 'was' and the like but my mind did not comply so here goes,... Continue Reading →
Just a nod would have sufficed and I would have told you that all the fights you picked with me meant more to me than they probably meant to you. I would have told you how I dreamt of spending the happiest days of my life by your side. I would have finally disclosed to... Continue Reading →