Where shall we go this summer by Anita Desai

One of the most challenging things for a writer is to keep a reader hooked to the end when you’re narrating a flow of conscience. I guess, most writers who have been successful in this haven’t cared about keeping a reader hooked at all. Having to make things ‘entertaining’ or ‘engaging’ often compromises the intensity... Continue Reading →

Growing over Ayn Rand’s philosophy

Teenage years are a challenge as they are for pretty much everyone. Amidst a chaotic mindset of figuring things out and easing out because we’re still so young, imagine having a stimulus that completely turns your world upside down and makes you question everything you believed in so far. That stimulus, for me, was a... Continue Reading →

Ayn Rand and her alternate utopia

I happened to read ‘The Fountainhead’ by Ayn Rand when I was 16. Back in the time, the mind is just the canvas an influencer needs to either turn into a masterpiece or wreck completely forever. I’m glad I chose the company of books at an early age and by then had reached a stage... Continue Reading →

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