Why ‘Summertime’ Will Push You to Write Again

Ordinary yet challenging, these two adjectives are sometimes repetitively associated with Coetzee's works. Sudip Bhattacharyya thinks he can justify that the nobel laureate's artistic balance between these two, can be a trigger for freelancers and amateur writers - "A book should be an axe to chop open the frozen sea inside us". Ordinary like a rusty axe... Continue Reading →

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  James Baldwin, when he wrote it, was a struggling black author yet how he managed to write the novella from the perspective of a white-skinned blonde American in a first person narrative, is a difficult question to answer. Part of the novella's charm lies in deception and no wonder, a reader willing to be... Continue Reading →

ANTICIPATION: Books of 2019

Every new year comes with a bucket, full of promises for a book-lover. We readers, by the general habit of our nature, read throughout the whole year only to reach the next reading year. New books, new covers, and perhaps new authors. There are just so many books to look forward to - from historical... Continue Reading →

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