The South Asians are freaking out. The Lankans are freaking out. The Americans are freaking out. Okay fine, maybe I’m just exaggerating, a bit. Or maybe I’m not. Let me ramble. The girls have it bad. Bad-der, correction. The brown girls have it worse, or what I mean here is everyone from the brown lands … More The Singles’ Anxiety: An Invisible Pandemic (Part 1)
On a spectrum, I’ve been tossed into happy. Long awaited but not expected, I can feel myself recovering from what has been unveiled to be a once fractured mind. As I walk now, the billowing cold air that sliced at me last winter now feels silky, soothing cinders long burnt by fire. The condition from … More The Fractured Mind
Nazran Baba, Chief Creative behind the Literartist, was among a handful of artists selected to feature in AOIS21 Publishing, LLC’s inaugural yearly literary magazine: “AOIS21 Annual.” The magazine has a wide circulation and describes itself as “a compendium of poetry, short stories, book excerpts, photography and art” that features thirteen contributors from around the world whose works … More AOIS21 Annual Literary Magazine
Will keep this real short. I honestly didn’t think I’d reach this milestone anytime soon. I also hadn’t set a timeframe for myself when I began because The Literartist bubbled from my own self-interests, particularly the need to express myself. Along the way, however, article after article, I noticed that my writing seemed to trickle … More The Literartist Hits 50,000 Views!
Oooh la laa. Isn’t this brilliant! The muggles are going rampant upon discovering that J.K. Rowling has been secretly writing under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith! Ah, scandal! Ever the more brilliant isn’t it when an invisibility cloak falls off your shoulder and we see what we should be seeing for the first time. Why Rowling, … More J.K. Rowling Exposed! Oops, There Goes Her Invisibility Cloak
I liked it more than I didn’t. “Hem hem”. Before embarking on “The Casual Vacancy”, check-in those memory stuffed suitcases of “Harry Potter” at the cupboard under the stairs. There will be no need for wands, muggle! No need for robes, and certainly, no need for magic. Well? Tut tut—off you go! Ah, but crisp … More J.K Rowling’s "The Casual Vacancy": A Review
It started in my parents’ bathroom. If anything, this is my first auto-biographical entry. Sometimes I do flirt with the idea of journal entries, like releasing waves of unceasing narratives that gush into the internet, but then again, I find myself thinking against it. Who knows. One thing is decided; that is, no*thing. With college … More Harry Potter, Deathly Sweet
This is a very different blog post compared to everything you might have read thus far. It is explicit in nature and should not be read by anyone under 18 years of age, unless you have parents’ permission . Now anyone who is under 18 that actually read this is no doubt eagerly going to … More How on Earth did the FCC Not See Through Gaga’s Poker Face? My Naughty Discovery