The greatest joy of writing would have to be the possibilities that can arise from my imaginations and being able to put that into words, simple words that bring people into a journey. To dive deep, to sink in and to immerse their whole being into the story as they allow me to. I love seeing how different people would react to different turn of events in books, you can tell they want a certain ending, or they are not sure where the journey will lead, or how they are just itching for more.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
My five favourite books are:
1. Persuasion by Jane Austen (GREATEST BOOK OF ALL TIME! LOVE LOVE LOVE) 2. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (JUST AS AMAZING) 3. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen (as you can already tell, HUGE Jane Austen fan) 4. The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga (AMAZING WRITER) and, 5. Nevermor by Lani Lenore (Another amazing writer. I can never forget the day i accidentally read her book and from the first page, it was so hard to tear my eyes away. It was THAT good)
Basically any author that can hold my attention because my attention span for reading books is not much :P
The short tale of the eccentric Inventor and his Assistant who lives in Sapphire Land, creating the most wonderful inventions known. The friendship is interrupted when the Inventor hires a young lady Assistant. Before long, they are set together to create a portal machine to travel between worlds into other lands. The adventure is cut short when they soon find the machine is sought after by others
Big city girl Riley gets sent to her uncle’s place in Everton into straighten out certain things in her life for a gap year at his bookshop. The real mystery begins when her uncle brings home a girl and leaves her in Riley's care with strict instructions not to tell a single soul. She finds the people in Everton are not as innocent as thought when the President and his family are kidnapped.