A Short Story: Nishikigoi

Taking a focus on using a more absurdist style of plot and experimenting with third-person omniscient narratives. Lamar wasn’t stuck. Not entirely. He wouldn’t allow himself to think that he was anyways. Just ‘taking a rest’ he’d mumble to himself with stark annoyance that the night had come, and he could no longer continue with his journey. Atleast his boat, his prized (and only) possession had come out from … Continue reading A Short Story: Nishikigoi

A Short Story: Desolation

Based on image prompt here. Everything opposing me was unapologetically urban. For as far as I could see, there wasn’t a single sign of life that wasn’t human; no trees, no blossoming flowers and no restless weeds attempting to fill the cracks in the pavement. Only monoliths of concrete soaring from each sidewalk in the same, ceaseless arrangement. I enjoyed my nights here because even … Continue reading A Short Story: Desolation

Book Review of Dracula by Bram Stoker

I previously, perhaps during Summer, wrote a brief review of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Reading it back, as one of the revolutionary classics of the gothic genre and currently my most-favoured book, I don’t think I gave the tale and it’s author the justice that they deserved. Whenever the word Dracula is mentioned, it’s easy to imagine seductive beings with a thirst for blood and that’s … Continue reading Book Review of Dracula by Bram Stoker