Dating is hard. More so after pandemic ravaged us in unimaginable ways. Here's a short no guide essay on the turmoil's of dating in general.
I write about Blood Red Sky which promises to be a complete entertainer for all thriller and horror fans. Give this one a watch, highly recommended!
Sharing two examples on what made me laugh
Hey there! I wrote a short rhyming poem on turning 32. I enjoyed writing it hope you enjoy reading too 🙂 I've written prose on entering my 30s and if you want to read about them you can go here - turning 30 and here and here - turning 31. I will write a prose … Continue reading Turning 32 Birthday Poem
Many many ways to sayPlease stayDon't goHundred of daysSince we saidhelloChaos destruction madnessand twornadosWhen your shadow is cursedWhat is worseLiving low dying alone orDesiring you for Thousand more years
Content in local languages need a push and the short talk focusses on the future impact on embracing our local languages. The online workshop is part of WordCamp India 2021.
It’s Not Fair is a short horror flash fiction on the squashed dreams, and life cut short of a happy protagonist. With horror elements woven to show the grief of the protagonist take shape of evil, this tale is a snapshot of life as we know and read all the time.
Winter Bones is a poem about loneliness in the cuffing season
Farm bills and current political climate in India.
The truth about the horror genre is that it's inspired by reality often heavily. Our fascination with zombies/ undead goes long way back. The visceral body of decaying flesh stalks you and crawls for your flesh. They want to eat you. The dead wants to eat you so bad you feel you might just give … Continue reading Short Essay on Zombies