I love poems and one of my favourites is Roald Dahl's Television. Telling us the importance of reading. Now, I love to read and I keep telling people to always read. Not to gain knowledge, although yes, that is one of the benefits, but reading can have an amazing impact on our soul and of … Continue reading READ!
When I was in secondary school, English was one of my weakest subjects. It was so terrible that I could never pass ‘C’ grade. That was the time, I decided to take up reading. Then, I had another set of problem, there was no comprehension. But, I kept on reading anyways, but the improvement was … Continue reading Why Do I Read Books
I am always in the quest for stories. That is what I do actually, everyday. I make a living meeting people, talking to them, asking them questions and construct their stories. I love stories and love writing them. Though not all stories gave me pleasure, in fact most of them gave me a lot of … Continue reading I Love Stories
Do you believe that you could actually know me better by reading the book I read? Or rather..books I chose to read. Especially the ones that I hold dear in my heart. I do not know that for sure. Nobody ever told me. I’m just wondering that would it be possible that even though that … Continue reading Know Me From Books
If I were to tell you what would be one of the most moving books I’ve read to this date, it would be ‘What Is The What’ novel by Dave Eggers. I picked up the book during a school out/clearance sales at one of the bookstores in my town last year. It is a yearly … Continue reading What Is The What
Alright, I never done this thing, but I'm super excited and super scared too. Okay...seriously. I have no ideas how it goes, but I really hope and pray that I could reach out to as many people as possible. I know that there are MANY...generous people out there that would help. I really hope that you … Continue reading Sponsor A Book, Leave A Mark
"The Pacific POW's who went home in 1945 were torn-down men. They had an intimate understanding of man's vast capacity to experience suffering, as well as his equally vast capacity, and hungry willingness, to inflict it. They carries unspeakable memories of torture and humiliation, and an acute sense of vulnerability that attended the knowledge of … Continue reading Unbroken