Our Cultural Software and the Valentine’s Day Pragmatism – Written by Boringbug

Boringbug is a blogger, a sketch artist by hobby and a lawyer. He writes to pen his vague ideas and experiences in different forms. His blog Boringbug is a part reflection of his ideas, experiences, dialogues, thoughts and opinions. Our Cultural Software and the Valentine’s Day Pragmatism For a country like India that procreates prolifically, its cultural discomfort with mating is unfortunate. Marriage is India’s favorite ritual and is still seen as coming together of families. Even though the rapid urbanization and []

Billy’s search for the Healing Well by Helen C. Burke (Book Review #108)

This is a beautiful book written about a boy named Billy. He has a sick mother and is living with his grandma. Billy just wishes to go back to his mommy and to do as much as possible to save his mother’s life. His only hope is a Healing Well that is located in Ireland, and even that is a myth. Billy runs away to find this Healing Well, taking Granny’s prized cream pot with him. Billy befriends a leprechaun named Patsy []

Life into Mist by Haidji (Book Review #93)

Life into Mist is a journey. It is set in a place where souls travel to earth as a newborn. This poetic, mystical story has a combination of stories where a girl is recounting her life or a boy is trying to help an old man. It is truly warm to the heart and dear to the mind.

The Aqueous Transmission by Mike Eye (Book Review #97)

The Aqueous Transmission is about a dying world where Mother Magdalena is anointed and is pregnant. She has been given the responsibility of reviving humanity. The world set is dark and twisted. There is not much hope or living creatures in sight. There is a wise man named Al Rodman, and he loves humans. He has the greatest of intentions for the earth. He is a Sirian guru, and as he and Magdalena cross paths, they work together in bracing humanity. They []

Gatc’hh’en’s Rite – by John Talisker (Book Review #96)

This review was kindly requested by the author, John Talisker This is a captivating story about a living being that is half machine. Gatc’hh’en isn’t from earth, so he studies the way which humans are like. He uses a template of a human’s DNA and forms into a person. The setting of the story is in the 15th century located in France where he falls in love with a woman named Catherine. He loses her due to unforeseen circumstances, and this takes []

Noah’s Wife by T.K. Thorne (Book Review #115)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Noah’s wife is a fictional tale about Na’amah. The story begins twenty-one years before the flood when Na’amah was just a kid. The setting of the tale is around 5521 B.C. and so many historical references match the same biblical stories we know from that time. Of course, this has to be made clear that the []

A Book for Oreo by Caralee a Jardine (Book Review #116)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” This book is written in honor of a cat named Oreo. Oreo captures Caralee’s broken heart, the moment he sees her. Caralee takes Oreo home as her son rather than an animal pet. She pours all her emotions, love, and everything into this cat and return receives an overwhelming and rewarding love in return. Following a []

When Evil Cries by Eti Elbot (Book Review #99)

  When Evil Cries is a fictional story based on personal experience. Joao Adao Jovem is the heroine of this story. His behavior, mental stability, and the choices that he makes are all tainted by bad parenting and not receiving the necessary love and guidance from his parents.


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