Bye bye writer’s block.

So, you have an incredible story to write. One day, you wake up feeling all inspired. Your vocabulary has magically improved in your sleep and your mind is racing at full speed with all the plot twists and dramatic turns you could add in your story. You don’t even brush your teeth, don’t even have… Continue reading Bye bye writer’s block.

The Old Mentor’s Final Mission.

Older and wiser, the Master Assassin Ezio Auditore, now the Mentor of the Assassins Brotherhood, journeys to Masyaf – the then Assassins Stronghold, to find the library of legendary Alatir. Wishing to seek his knowledge and wisdom, his mission is interrupted when he finds the Templars already hunting for the library. Entering the never ending… Continue reading The Old Mentor’s Final Mission.

Book Review: Fish!

Choose your Attitude, Play, Make their Day and Be Present. Fish! (A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results) is a short parable which teaches the reader exactly what it says that is how to be productive and enjoy work regardless how boring the work may be. Fish! has four principles, which are simple,… Continue reading Book Review: Fish!

Book Review: And Thereby Hangs a Tale

And Thereby Hangs a Mediocre Book. A Jeffrey Archer collection had been tucked away in my family book cupboard for years. I suddenly became interested in his works, and I thought it would be a good way to get introduced to his stories by reading his short story collection. But it turned out, I should… Continue reading Book Review: And Thereby Hangs a Tale

Book Review: The Tiny Wife

‘A short novel with unusual occurrences, weird characters, and a meaningful message.’ The Tiny Wife is a novel by the Canadian author, Andrew Kaufman. (of the hit novel ‘All my Friends are Superheroes’) I came across this novel while randomly hunting for books at a local book store. I had never heard of the author… Continue reading Book Review: The Tiny Wife