How to: Art Journal

An art journal, or artist’s journal, is a book kept by an artist as a visual, and sometimes verbal, record of her thoughts and ideas. Art journals generally combine visual journaling and writing, to create finished pages. Every imaginable style, media and technique is used by art journalists. So here is a small guide, an anecdote or whatever you wish to call it, on how to get started with art journaling…

We Are All Mad Here!

It is a taboo in this so-called “perfect” society to speak about mental health and illness. “You broke your leg? Perfectly fine! Have you got jaundice? I feel you! Come again, what did you say? You have Bipolar disorder? I am going to stay away…” This is how we are conditioned to behave and react…

When IAMJISHNU turned 2!

I am horrible at remembering birthdays, except my own. I’m sure you don’t want to know how horrible! So just like every other time some social media platform had to remind me that my blog was turning two today!  I simply could not believe it. Period. I have worked so hard to not let anything…

The Time I won the Dragon Loyalty Award!

I won this award ages ago! Wait for it, due to some technical problems I never got the pingback! Thank you so much Inkings Of The Soul for nominating me nevertheless… Visakha (Inkings Of The Soul) is a wonderful friend and writer, you should definitely check her blog out!! Award Rules: •Display the award on…

What Light by Jay Asher: Book Review

In WHAT LIGHT, Sierra’s family makes their annual and perhaps final trip to their California Christmas tree lot from their tree farm in Oregon. She has to say goodbye to her close friends but looks forward to spending a month with her California bestie and to the fun and bustle of the tree lot. She…

I Wish

I wish it weren’t like this, I wish we were good, I wish nothing of the sort happened, I wish they understood. I wish that when I walk in, They don’t look the other way! I wish a lame joke of mine, Would still get them laughing right away! I know what they have done,…

Dear Mum – Mother’s Day 2017

Dear Mummum, This is all about you! I was not feeling like writing today, I am struggling through a writer’s block. But I needed to write this post, because even though you did not feel like doing a lot of things for the last 17 years that I came into your life, you did, sometimes,…

FLAWED by Cecelia Ahern – Book Review

I picked up the book out of mere curiosity, just liked the title. When I saw the byline say Cecelia Ahern, I knew I had signed up for something good. The protagonist of the story, Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model’s daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and…

13 Reasons Why I liked 13 Reasons Why

One of the many reasons I recently got a Netflix membership is because I wanted to watch this show that everyone, literally everyone, was talking about: “13 Reasons Why”. I will not be lying when I say that I was utterly devastated after finishing episode 13 and it took me a quite a while to…

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Book Review

I was really into the ACOTAR series by Sarah J. Maas until I discovered her previous New York Times bestselling and multiple award winning series: Throne of Glass. I picked up the first book thanks to a fantasy loving, bibliophile friend of mine and I’m glad I did because I could not put it down…

Why I took a break from Blogging

I was a little overwhelmed lately, with the assignments for the newspaper I intern for, my finals school and also the ARCs (Advance Reader’s Copies) that I received from a good many amount of authors. It was time I took a break and spent time myself. Just drink some Rose flavoured green tea (I have…

Q&A with Amanda Callendrier

A lot of people liked the “Camino Beach” preview, so I reached out to the person behind it all, (None other than Amanda Callendrier) and here is what I received back! Hi Jishnu, Thanks again for the enthusiastic book cheerleading! I had fun answering your questions and am so pleased to be asked. Sarah would…