• How social media affects your reality.

    Thanks to my good friend Tolowoetan for pitching this topic idea. Hope I did it as much justice as you would have wanted. Social media is any application or website that helps to aid communication between people. They are interactive computer-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation and sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media ) . Few examples of social media includes: Instagram, facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, pin-interest, youtube, tumblr, reddit, Flickr, Google+, WhatsApp and Snapchat just to mention a few. Social media vs reality For so long now, social media has been a place for us all to share snippets…

  • The Indian Sankata (संकट) !

    N. B – SANKATA ( crisis or trouble) India is a country in South Asia, it’s known for been the second most populous country in the world after China. I’m not an Indian but for a while now I’ve being intrigued by the the country’s rich cultural heritage and cuisine, their versatile movie and music industry as well as their different values and beliefs. This intrigue led me into actually researching more on this great country, and I discovered that aside the good things I love about it there are also issues that are to be addressed as well. In this post I’ll be detailing certain issues and probable solutions…

  • Book review- My Plain Jane

    Title – My plain Jane – a spin off of the book Jane Eyre Year released -2018 Authors- Jodi Meadows , Cynthia Hand and Brodi Ashton. Pages- 212 General overview – This was a beautiful blend of humor, paranormal, romance and betrayal based in the pre-victorian era. This book had me hooked on it from the first page to the very last with a heightened curiosity to find out what happened next. And trust me I wasn’t disappointed. Review : Throughout the duration of the book, I was made to feel like a part of the individual journeys undertaken by the different characters in this book. I could literally imagine…

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