The Light on the Horizon

The year ushered in new dreams and new life Resolutions and goals have been made But how quickly life changes in the blink of an eye As reality rears its ugly head   All of a sudden, we awoke to a world So different from our yesterdays The arrival of an unwelcomed visitor Means our … Continue reading The Light on the Horizon

A Year of Seizing Opportunities & Stepping Out of Comfort Zones

Like the years before and the years to come, this year had been a balance of dusks and dawns. I remember closing the chapter on 2018 with a rumination on taking risks, daring to embrace spontaneity and trusting God to execute the best plan for me. This proved to be a lesson I continue to … Continue reading A Year of Seizing Opportunities & Stepping Out of Comfort Zones

Diversity, Community & The Ways in Which Words Can Save Us

During the discussion panel on 'Why Diversity Matters in YA Fiction' at the Singapore Writers Festival this year, Nicola Yoon, author of 'Everything Everything', mentioned, Diversity is a personal thing - growing up, I didn't see myself in a book. It's always a white leading character. Diversity is not politics, but it becomes it. Now … Continue reading Diversity, Community & The Ways in Which Words Can Save Us