Tips for Writing a Get Well Message

A bowl of warmth, a soft face, a new day. Some get-well thoughts sent your way. Often when someone close to you is not keeping well, you find it difficult to word your emotions. Writing a get well message can be a difficult task for many. It has to be simple, short, and most importantly…

Timeline of Helen Keller

“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller Almost everyone must have heard of the iconic name Helen Keller at least once in their lifetime. She was a woman of steel who did not let anything get in her way…

Deciphering the Age-old Question: Why are Tragedies So Popular?

The Legacy The earliest known performances of tragedy (plays) were those held in the Dionysus Festival in Athens, Greece. Large crowds gathered for these plays and many masks, including those of a laughing and a crying face (depicting comedy and tragedy, respectively) were used during performances. The nature of the plays was said to be…

Online Writing Jobs

Online writing is an emerging field which employs thousands of people. Nowadays, we have people who are working full-time as content writers, bloggers, and online technical writers. It is a good way of making money and the best thing about these jobs is that they can be performed from the convenience of one’s home. There…

The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank

Anne Frank’s ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’, is a story of a little girl who was witness to the brutal annihilation of Jews in the hands of Adolf Hitler and the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) during World War II. Anne Frank (1929-1945) was born to a German-Jewish family. Her father Otto Frank…

"The Swimmer" by John Cheever: Summary and Analysis

Inspiration “The Swimmer” was remade into a movie of the same name in 1968, starring Burt Lancaster as Neddy Merrill. When we possess all the luxuries in the world, we often lose sight of things that are important, like responsibility and relationships. Such ignorance often leads a person to feel helpless, angry, confused, and resentful….

List of Harlan Coben Books in Order

Did You Know? • Harlan Coben’s next release is Found, the third book in the Mickey Bolitar  series aimed at young adults. The book is due for release on September 9, 2014. • His previous release has been 2014’s Missing You, a New York Times bestselling thriller. Harlan Coben has written close to 30 books,…

A Complete List of Jo Nesbo Books in Chronological Order

“Everything you do leaves traces, doesn’t it. The life you’ve lived is written all over you, for those who can read.” ― Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø is a multi-faceted person. He is an economics and a business administration graduate, and was briefly a professional footballer playing in the Norwegian premier league, till a grave injury…