Poetry

On the Pulse of Morning – Maya Angelou

A Rock, A River, A Tree Hosts to species long since departed, Marked the mastodon, The dinosaur, who left dried tokens Of Their sojourn here On our planet floor, Any broad alarm of their hastening doom Is lost in the gloom of dust and ages. But today, the Rock cries out to us, clearly, forcefully,… Continue reading On the Pulse of Morning – Maya Angelou

Book Reviews

You – Caroline Kepnes Book Review

Can't wait to get started! Reading "You" by Caroline Kepnes @kepnesisms #book #obsession pic.twitter.com/z2QCz7xcMa — Carra Lucia Books (@BooksCarra) August 15, 2015 YOU is an intensely nerve racking and creepy novel with a touch black humour, leading towards the end that will have you screaming. YOU gives the reader an insight into the theme of… Continue reading You – Caroline Kepnes Book Review

Book Reviews

Anne Rice – Memnoch the Devil – The Vampire Chronicles

I believe this is the last book of the Vampire Chronicles which I truly enjoyed. It's the gayest too - possibly due to the coming out of Anne Rice's boy but who knows? Lestat, after facing the wrath of the elders and the seduction of Akasha, is being haunted/stalked by a demon, who wants his… Continue reading Anne Rice – Memnoch the Devil – The Vampire Chronicles

Book Reviews

Anne Rice – Interview with the vampire

Everyone in the world would remember the book that started all the vampire mania in Hollywood. It was Dracula (Bram Stoker)! But the book that really changed vampires and made them into the romantic heroes that we see today on the screen acting in movies like Twilight would be the classic Interview with the Vampire… Continue reading Anne Rice – Interview with the vampire

Excerpts

I am a cloud, congealed against a central object

“I used to think of my body as an instrument, of pleasure or a means of transportation, or an implement for the accomplishment of my will. I could use it to run, push buttons, of one sort or another, make things happen. There were limits but my body was nevertheless lithe, single, solid, one with… Continue reading I am a cloud, congealed against a central object

Book Reviews

Norwegian Wood – Haruki Murakami Book Review

Before I bought this book, I've heard so many things about it. Publishing this book in Japan made Murakami somewhat a 'literary superstar' in his country. Out of all his works, i think this is the first and 'only' normal novel he has written. Normal in a good kind of way. If you've read at… Continue reading Norwegian Wood – Haruki Murakami Book Review