Set in the 1800's this story is about Joyous Fiona MacQuarrie, a Scottish witch who couldn't fully control her magic despite help from her aunt. Joy wanted to go to her maternal grandmother's cottage with her familiar, an ermine weasel named Beelzebub because her aunt had to go to North America. However, fate had other … Continue reading Bewitching by Jill Barnett
Due to the material advancement of the world, the young generation tend to be more and more independent. Not having time for family and depending on social media rather than face-to-face interactions can isolate one from developing real relationships. Depression and loneliness go hand in hand. One doesn’t need to be physically alone to feel … Continue reading Depression and loneliness in our society
Ever since the advent of the internet, we have depended on everything available from emails to news to games and movies. However, technology has its drawbacks as it can’t give you everything. Since Google started in 1998, many improvements have been made and it has incorporated so many other services. It is also the most … Continue reading Is Google reliable?
As the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup has kicked off, we see that women have come a long way in making their place in a male dominated profession. From the ancient civilizations, women have participated in different sporting activities even before the Olympic Games. In the ancient Greek civilization, the Heraean Games, dedicated to the … Continue reading Women in sports
Biographies of many people, especially celebrities are written. There are also some written about true life events like war and crimes. This book is about a true-crime writer Alexandria Weston who had written a story about the life and death of serial killer Elias Pratt. She however, gets murdered during the last stop of her … Continue reading The Devil Died at Midnight by Cheryl Bradshaw
Written by a UK based international best-selling author, this novel is a romantic comedy of errors. The story follows Samantha, a lawyer who is so much focused on making a partner at a law firm that she keeps on postponing other activities such as seeing friends for the sake of her career. However, one mistake … Continue reading The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella
Facebook is again facing allegation. This time, the co-founder Chris Hughes said that the CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acquired ‘unprecendented and un-American’ power. Hughes, together with politicians such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren, has asked for the breakup of Facebook. The social media has caused a lot of scandal. It has been used by terrorists and … Continue reading Facebook – A blessing or a curse
The honey hunters, also known as the Gurung tribe in central Nepal have been collecting honey from cliffs for centuries. Having no modern equipment or protection, they use the method of their ancestors. Ladders made from hand-woven ropes and tangos, long sharp bamboo poles with which the honey combs are extracted and dropped into baskets. … Continue reading The honey hunters of Nepal
Man is a social animal. What does this mean? It means that man has to belong to a particular group of people or to a particular place. For that, many people imitate others to be accepted. Likewise in social media, most people will have many friends or followers. It doesn’t mean that all those people … Continue reading Do social media define you?
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) was discovered and named after a German psychiatrist and pathologist, Alois Alzheimer in 1906. It is a neurodegenerative disease which causes memory loss, mood swings and lack of self-care to the extent that the patient can’t recognise anyone and loss of body functions leads to death. It is more common in the … Continue reading Finding treatment for Alzheimer’s disease