More work. Less writing. Utterly exhausting. The reading bit was good, though.
A short review of Stephen Hawking's bestseller.
The title is self-explanatory
Read. Worry. Read a little. Write. Read again. Bite nails. Read. Write. Read more. Write even more.
A hectic month follows a slow one. Whoops.
Reading Challenge 2017 I have been participating in the Goodreads’ Annual Reading Challenge every year since 2013. Those Reading Challenges are rather basic as they are essentially just reading resolutions each user makes for the New Year. And that’s exactly what I did. Only in the last year or so did I discover more rigorous… Continue reading My Year of Reading Women
An overview of my last year and a half, and the road that lies ahead.
This time it was a friend of my parents, Tina Sani, a renowned singer of Urdu ghazals and someone whom I respect very much, who recommended to me a book, titled The Time keeper, written by an author I had never heard of before. I immediately added the book to my burgeoning To-buy list of… Continue reading On Reading Mitch Albom’s The Timekeeper
Feeling bored one Sunday afternoon and unsure about how to occupy my time, I decided to take a look at the Brain Pickings website. It had been several weeks since I had visited the website so my decision made sense. And it turned out to be a good idea, for I came across an article,… Continue reading The Crossroads of Should and Must — My Journey, So Far
To the one, Who became my little brother, Today, you’d have turned 17, and might have been starting Sixth Form, or A-Levels, this September. I wonder what subjects you might have opted for. You and your brothers were always into Maths and Science, so maybe you would have chosen A-Level Maths and Further Maths, or… Continue reading A Letter That Was Written Too Late