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I will forever be in debt of Mark Forsyth. For it was his innovative book – The Elements of Eloquence – on rhetorical figures that set me on a greater curve in learning and understanding literature and not only of English language but also … Continue reading
The word throwers – are the ultimate and most socially advanced forms of humans – as far as subject of language and societal interactions and relationships are concerned. To attach no value to your words, and throw them at random and … Continue reading
I am an honest man. Completely. 100%. “Purely honest”. So honest that the Greek God of Honesty, Eilikrineiusus, swears upon me when she sits with other Gods and plays poker. So honest that I have no neuron-wire going between my … Continue reading
Tales from the mouth of a wolf
Magic, Demons, Cyborgs, Criminals.
Surely some revelation is at hand.
tagging along for the ride
News about my latest paintings and poems
For lovers of reading, writing, travel, humanity
Reading my way through Time Magazine's 100 Greatest Novels since 1923 (plus Ulysses)
Humor and Motivation for Writers and Other Dreamers
A Library of Literary Interestingness
A Story Begins Today
failure of holophrasis
If I swore not to describe my heart, would it stop beating forever?
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Dispensing unsolicited opinions since 2004
"There is much in little" or a delicious take on the everyday
Books, reviews and all things worth reading
Indian Patent Office (IPO) News & Trends
Turning your ideas into money
musings about medical and biotechnology patents and other intellectual property
paintings and poetry
Exploring, creating and celebrating the writing life
A blog of books, reading and world literature
A little about everything, a lot about nothing.
Writer. Blogger. Chipmunk enthusiast.
We can rebuild him. We have the technology... Drier. Hilariouser. More satirical than before.
Listless: Lacking zest or vivacity
A Meddling Robot in a Human's World
Making it big in business after age 40
Reading from a writer's perspective... and vice versa!
A suggestion a day from the Williamsburg Regional Library
What classic will you read?
The written word is the only saviour this world needs.