Forgotten – Book 3 of the McKenzie Ridge Series by Stephanie St. Klaire

Genres: Contemporary romance, suspense, mystery, western Blurb: The peaceful life at McKenzie Ridge takes a turn when a stranger is found unconscious at Police officer Morgan Jameson's ranch. When the stranger wakes up with no memory of himself or how he got there, Morgan takes the responsibility for keeping him till he recovers. Despite his... Continue Reading →

Reading Fiction Improves Language Skills

Just as reading textbooks gives us knowledge of a particular subject, a recent study published in the journal Reading and Writing has shown that reading any type of fiction is good not only for leisure and also helps in language skills. The research was carried out by Professor Sandra Martin-Chang and Dr Stephanie Kozak from... Continue Reading →

Final Day of Storytelling

As it's said "Everything that has a beginning has an end" so this series also ended on a good note. We cried and laughed. We heard each others' stories. Whether it was good or bad, whether it was happy or sad or funny, it felt nice to have that connection. It feels good to talk... Continue Reading →

Another Day of Storytelling

Story telling continues with Puck creations. We laughed, cried and listened to each other. Everyone has their own struggles both internally and externally. But if we don't share, it will consume us from the inside. In this hard time we crave human interaction as much as possible. That's why we continued with meetings and learned... Continue Reading →

The Origin of Punctuation Marks

Punctuations are described as the use of spacing and symbols in order to understand and properly read texts, whether they are read silently or aloud. It is derived from the Latin word punctus meaning point. Use of punctuations can be traced to the 15th century in Hebrew texts. In this case, vowel points were used... Continue Reading →

It’s Story Time!!!

This is the day 2 of story telling with Puck Creations. It was an amazing time listening to different people. Everyone has their own stories to tell through their experiences in life. Some good, some bad, some even funny. But I found this refreshing and even entertaining. Why? Because we need human interaction more than... Continue Reading →

My First Zoom Meeting

Recently I had the opportunity to participate in a zoom meeting. The event was organised by Puck Creations and I signed up on LinkedIn. Right now because of the pandemic most people are stuck at home. As human beings, we crave association, we crave interaction. Without it, we feel lonely and bored. Fortunately the owners... Continue Reading →

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