While I was thinking about what I should write for my first blog post of 2015, I re-read a filed article which stated that a man that had extreme daltonism – not even shades of gray (!!) but black-and-white – was using a device to hear the colors. He said that it was even more beautiful to hear the colors of the products in a supermarket than the ones of nature.
Yes, you didn’t read wrongly. He preferred to be inside a supermarket looking at products than to be outside in a
Writing a book is like breeding a child. The author has to be pregnant with the story and then born the characters and raise them with a purpose to tell or teach oneself – or for those authors who think themselves gods: the world. After all, they have to leave a message for the readers. As the story is finished, of course, the writer falls in love – or hates – some of the created characters. It was not different with me. In the TRUST TRILOGY, Sophia, Ethan and Alistair were l
Recently, so many bloodied acts have been perpetrated by extremists that the world is not in shock anymore. It lives choked, breathlessly dreading the next terrifying news. Yesterday, Charlie Hebdo’s cartoonists and journalists were killed by three terrorists.
They shouted “Allah Akbar” (Allah is the greatest) while shooting at people. Those terrorists were welcomed in France, regardless of their religion.
They had freedom to come and go.
And they murdered free press’s wor