Hello all. Its been a long while I hope you all are doing well and been staying safe. Today’s author interview, I am featuring Sowon Kim- a South Korean author, translator, and social entrepreneur who lives in Peru. As the daughter of missionaries, she moved to Peru with her family when she was just three … Continue reading Interview with Sowon Kim
21 things I learnt by the time I turned 21.
What must be done has to be done. Whether you complain a lot, or you don;t complain at all, it still has to be done. Nobody likes complainers, really nobody does. Venting is fine, but if you keep doing it over and over again, people won’t like it. And then you’ll get stuck in it. You’ll … Continue reading 21 things I learnt by the time I turned 21.
Book Review: My Brother’s Spare by Shira Behore
This is an eARC I received in exchange for an honest review. Hello all. Today I’m going to review another amazing book, titled, My Brother's Spare written by Shira Behore. Summary: The book is about a Noble named Valeria Anson teaming up with an assassin named Rowan Marrow to find her mother’s murderer. Despite her … Continue reading Book Review: My Brother’s Spare by Shira Behore
Author interview with Piper Bee
About the author: Piper Bee is a YA author and indie storyteller who recently published Joy Summer Love Playlist, a book mainly revolving around college-bound singer Joy Becker and her romance between JIn Park along with her other relationships. Piper Bee’s debut novel is an adorable love story with a watermelon-sweet love triangle where music … Continue reading Author interview with Piper Bee
Hello. I'm Varrick. Welcome to my humble blog. I'm so glad to finally launch this.So...who am I? I am a recent graduate of Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore, with a trade diploma in Information technology. People around me know me for being a diehard crime fiction lover and writer. My favourite works of fiction include … Continue reading Introduction Post
A little guide to survive tertiary education from a trade school graduate
1. You don't want to be that lost soul who realises he has nothing useful to contribute when the assignment period comes. Or that guy who feels the weight of a common test three days before. The anxiety and stress will be crippling. At this stage in school, you’ll want to avoid as much unnecessary … Continue reading A little guide to survive tertiary education from a trade school graduate