Magpie Murders: A Homage to British Murder Mystery


Susan Ryeland may have been me if only I had a drink with Agatha Christie’s descendant, I have my own murder mystery and also I have enough grammar knowledge to not only being able to write using immaculate grammar but also to correct others’ grammar. Apart from that we are almost the same living and … More Magpie Murders: A Homage to British Murder Mystery

Musing on The Age of Reason (with few existential questions)


After trying since 2015 I finished reading Jean-Paul Sartre’s The Age of Reason. In case you are wondering about my memory of remembering everything since 2015 then let me clarify I re-started from page 1 recently. Anyway yay for finishing the book but not so much yay as after finishing the book I found out … More Musing on The Age of Reason (with few existential questions)

Being Political Correct while being Foodie, Feminist and Whovian


As a couch foodie I participate in lots of food pages, food groups and food blogs, but given the “couch” prefix, mostly silently and inactively. Going by the foodie activities outside Indian one can feel, in many developed countries vegetarian and vegan culture are being embraced by more and more people and thus creating a … More Being Political Correct while being Foodie, Feminist and Whovian

Frequently Asked Questions about Agatha Christie and my version of the answers


One may think what is the relevance of this blog when any fact about the Queen of Crime can be checked in Wikipedia. Thinking that would be totally fair but the thing is here I have dealt with some subjective issues along little factual ones. Since the issues are subjective so the answers are my … More Frequently Asked Questions about Agatha Christie and my version of the answers