Second Chances: Best Non-Fiction?

Something interesting just happened. A story that I had written more than four years ago just won the APAC Regional Literary Award for best non-fiction. I don’t get any money, its just a recognition. And I didn’t have the heart to tell them that it was completely fictitious. Anyway, here’s the story. PS: Special thanksContinue reading “Second Chances: Best Non-Fiction?”

Calvin And Hobbes: The Last One

He opened his eyes to darkness. He felt around with his hands and found the wall to his right, along which his bed lay. He groped around until he found a switch and flipped it on. Harsh white fluorescent light filled the room and hurt his eyes. Reflexively, he closed them and groaned. His headContinue reading “Calvin And Hobbes: The Last One”

Second Chances

“Friendship marks a life even more deeply than love. Love risks degenerating into obsession, friendship is never anything but sharing.” – Elie Wiesel, American Author, Nobel Peace Prize 1986 One of the greatest attributes of life is its ability to deny us what we really want and give us what we really need. His lifeContinue reading “Second Chances”