Madam Pam

Madam Pam, one of Mum's acquaintance is having dinner with us tonight. I've heard about her from a series of mum's gossip with her other friends, she was with no husband or children and just arrived from the states. Mum was more than glad to have her take dinner with us, as she had previously … Continue reading Madam Pam

Becoming You

So many efforts and attempts to be better. Watching others have the advantage you’ve always seek, staying in the shell to not becoming vulnerable. Every time and last we still keep pushing. Sometimes its relationship triangle, work stress, or even ambition verses family. We tend to look up for a sign that is significant or … Continue reading Becoming You

Anxiety?

“What makes you anxious?” The nurse straightens the needle tip to adjust it content, just then I feel my anxiety set in. My body shiver with heart beat running at spinsters, there was no escape to this, sudden heat filled my stomach as I stare through what seems like a dead sentence. I try as much as possible to avoid the hospital, not because of the smell like most of my friends, or the irritation from the sight of blood like my sister, but because of fear for Injections. Myself like many … Continue reading Anxiety?

Suicide Awareness

‘People who take their lives don’t want to die, they just want to stop hurting.’ The World Health Organization estimates that close to 800,000 people die each year from suicide. And for every 40 seconds someone die due to suicide. Alarming right, but what drives this individuals to want take their own lives? Sometimes it’s … Continue reading Suicide Awareness

Lost in Bloomden Valley

I recommend this for children and young readers. 😍

Writer's Tale

When illusion meets reality, imagination stops and magic begins

Going through hundreds of children’s fiction books written by different authors in individual writing style, it gives sound idea and enthusiasm to write one by your own.

Exactly, same happened with me. When I read more children fiction books and related content, various ideas started buzzing in my mind. The stories were automatically built up, waiting for proper narrative structures to be molded into.

Out of flowing streams of ideas in my mind, I nurtured one and shaped it into a form of book. Result: I successfully got my first children fiction bookto be published, namely ‘Lost in Bloomden Valley’.

It is a short story book which is written specially for children to read peaceful and light content. The story is about a ten-year old girl who is suffering from schizophrenia (a rare mental illness). The book is not sci-fiction or…

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