Book Reviews, Children, English, Reviews, Uncategorized

Book Review- My Mother’s Secret By J.L Witterick

-By Soul Sword- Genre-  Holocaust,Historical, historical fiction, World War II My Mother's Secret by J.L.Witterick is a historical fiction novel. It is based on a true story of Franciszka Halamajowa and her daughter Helena, who saved the lives of 15 jews during the holocaust. The book is set in Nazi-occupied Poland (1939-1944 - WW II)… Continue reading Book Review- My Mother’s Secret By J.L Witterick

Advertisements
Adults, Children, English, Uncategorized, Write Ups

A Train Journey

-By Brave Flower- Back in the 1990s, the Indian Railways was still the go-to mode of transport for long distance travel. We didn’t have the internet or mobile phones to rely on to pass our time. We resorted to observing our surroundings and interacting with the people around us to keep ourselves engaged. The following… Continue reading A Train Journey

Adults, English, Uncategorized, Write Ups

A Waltz!

-By KK- As conversations go by, one of the topics that invariably form a part is marriage. Marriage should not turn us into pet canine to be petted, patted, played with, asked to sit, stand, fetch and left once to satisfy the role of master. As couples struggle to maintain and co-exist within the walls… Continue reading A Waltz!

English, Uncategorized, Write Ups

…And all my experiences are virtual

-By KK- In the real world, virtuality crept in. The experience took on a digital form. The dot com world put a full stop to ‘being out there, done it’.  Today, outdoor games, playing, looking for that unusual stone, corral, watching a squirrel scurry up a tree, imitating a bird’s take off, watching it build… Continue reading …And all my experiences are virtual

Adults, English, Uncategorized, Write Ups

The Red Beacon Light

-By Soul Sword- “Never judge a stranger by his clothes.”- Zachary Taylor The following is a true incident that the Chief Guest at our school function narrated when asked to address the gathering. Since it has been quite a long time since this happened, I don’t recall the Chief Guest’s name, but what she said… Continue reading The Red Beacon Light