Thursday, May 18, 2017

That first step



They say there’s only a thin line separating theory from action. It’s just a tiny decision, even though so hard to make, that turns thoughts into actions. It’s what people say, that the hard part is taking the first step on a stairwell which illuminates the path ahead of us.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The Final Descent




It’s been a while since I read a book and even more since I blogged about it. I’ve been lost lately, but upon reading a good book, it’s just impossible not to share my thoughts about it.

I’m proud enough to finally finish another series I’ve been reading. I love series and I do choose series more than standalones, but at the same time I don’t want to rush into it, I want to make the story last longer.

And this one was worth the time. 

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

To you...




I miss you so much.

Today is the anniversary of the day I you died. It’s been eight years since I saw your beautiful, deep blue eyes looking back at me, or feel your touch on my head, caressing my hair. You, the one after whom I was named the one I loved and will always love because I carry you with me, in a special part on my heart.

Friday, March 24, 2017

New Approach


Here’s the thing. I’m going through a creative procrastination phase. Yes, that’s a real thing, so let me elaborate. 

Writing, and I’m counting since I seriously decided to write and learn about the craft, has been my life. To the first waking hour until late at night when I would lie in bed, many times even after lying down, my mind couldn’t stop thinking, exploring, imagining and mentally writing the stories that would get hold of me and wouldn't let go. 

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Neverwhere



There are all kinds of people in the world. There are those who need to be the center of attention, wanting to be admired and they’ll do anything, as long as there is someone to talk about them and their achievements. But there are also those people, who move through life silently, and many times they end up falling between the cracks.

There’s a place for those people, just under the streets of London, and you can’t even dream of it. But Neil Gaiman has, and that’s a book it worth to be read.