C. S. Lewis was, without a doubt, a brilliant writer. He is perhaps most famously known for his beloved children’s series, The Chronicles of Narnia. For others, his Screw-Tape Letters provide a much welcome insight into the tactics of the devil, whilst also being delivered in a tasteful manner. And again, his little book on […]Read More C. S. Lewis, a brief introduction and some thoughts on the Chronicles of Narnia. (part i)
In the following series of posts, I intend to share my thoughts on some of the best novels I have ever read. In this first part, I’m sure we’ve all read a page turner before. Something that keeps you reading on, and on. Or maybe there’s a special book that holds a dear place in […]Read More Great Novels: The Mysterious Benedict Society.
So today I tried my hand at writing a descriptive piece for the first time in a long time. Since it’s been so long since I’ve tried any sort of creative writing I wouldn’t class this among my finer works. However, as a beginner in the art of describing things in such a way as […]Read More Creative writing, take one.
Unfortunately, most of my time lately has been preoccupied with either study or writing my latest article for this blog. So I haven’t been able to publish anything for a couple of days now. However, instead of waiting until my latest post is finished to share something, I thought I would share something I wrote […]Read More Some book recommendations.
Whilst reading may not be enjoyed by everyone, it is most certainly one of the most productive ways of spending your time. So, if you don’t find pleasure from reading, here are some tips which may help you to read more, and eventually grow to love reading. Find something short, fun and easy to read. […]Read More Tips for reading more.
(A small portion of some of my most prized possessions in life: books). As you can probably see from the above image, Dante’s “Inferno” is comfortably sitting 6 spots from the right. I only just recently finished reading it, and I must say that I was quite pleasantly blown away by its epic poetic style. […]Read More My thoughts on Dante’s Inferno.