Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Analysis and Critique

Note: I am finally biting the bullet and starting a new category of posts called "Lost Writings." Digging through all of my old files has been a reacquaintance with intriguing content from my past. Whether from a formal prompt in English or a free-write session in Writer's Workshop, they will be shared here. This next … Continue reading Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Analysis and Critique

Coffee & Contemplation: The Importance of Friendship

Note:¬†Publishing work from my past is quickly becoming a series of sorts. There are so many pieces I've written that haven't seen the light of day since Writer's Workshop back in high school. Sharing them here seems like a cheat way to keep up with regular posts, but it's also a little cathartic. I get … Continue reading Coffee & Contemplation: The Importance of Friendship

The Significance of Names

Note: Here is another interesting piece written back in high school. I stumbled upon it amidst my insightful yet often cringeworthy delve into lost writings. There is a chance it was never finished, so I simply confined it to my forgetful, mental to-do list. Nevertheless, it marked my discovery of "Om," the sacred mantra of Brahman … Continue reading The Significance of Names

The Mystery at Delecour Manor

I have documented below the strange events that transpired at the home of Lady Bertha Delecour, a well-to-do and aristocratic widow residing in an unspecified part of the English countryside during an equally unspecified time in history. This piece was dredged up from the annals of my early high school years, and it is likely … Continue reading The Mystery at Delecour Manor