Or How I Realized Two Weeks Ago That People Are Not Nice And Are Essentially Dementors With Human Faces
Somewhere in the last week, I had a realization. We love watching two people going to war against each other. It happens very often, but the best wars happen when there is something at stake. Something big, significant, and possibly life changing. We’ve seen such wars before, in different sports. Chess, Badminton, Boxing, Martial Arts, Football, and so many more. However, the most recent one that we’ve witnessed is magnanimous by proportions and the only one of its kind.
This is not a comprehensive review of a book or a movie or a work of art. This is an announcement post infused with a small fraction of my penchant for ranting and running my mouth.
People are so interested in knowing someone else’s future plans. Especially if that someone is a person experiencing a midlife crisis where everything is nothing but senseless chaos with no tangible beginning and no visible end to it. In other words, an engineering student in the third year of the undergraduate course.
I need to write this down. And that is exactly what I’m going to do now. Continue reading
We have come to the end. This epilogue is the final installation in the Story Mash-Up project, a Harry Potter themed fan fiction that involves bloggers (Eve, Joan, Trisha, Michelle, Ash, Kaycee, and me) taking turns to write installments in the story following the lives of the characters we create, at Hogwarts. It has been an absolutely crazy ride, with all the diverse characters and the way the story came together. Thanks again, Joan, for coming up with this brilliant idea, and for having us all onboard. So, people, here is the epilogue of the character I created. Continue reading
It is time for me to get my lazy brain up and running. Even though I regret this one and a half month of inactivity, it was absolutely essential. Anyways, I shall now present to you the sixth chapter of the Chronicles At Hogwarts. Before I continue writing the story, I just want to say that all the five chapters until now have been absolutely stunning, which is mostly the reason I’ve struggled with mine. Continue reading