Day: 25 October 2020

โ€˜I Like to Call Myself a Plansterโ€™

Indie author Tamuna Tsertsvadze was just seven years old when she wrote her first ten-page story. And since then, there has been no looking back. The Georgian author, who primarily writes in Georgian and Englishes her works, says that although writing was a hobby of hers for a long time, she eventually decided to make it her career. โ€˜When I was fifteen, I self-published my first book, The Young Pirate, on Amazon. And I have been self-publishing my books since as well as pitching short stories to various websites,โ€™ she begins, speaking to the Literary Express in an exclusive interaction. โ€˜Besides that, Iโ€™m a game writer and a screenwriter. The main genres I write are juvenile fantasy, Sci-Fi, and historical fiction,โ€™ she lets us know.

The Preachy Saint

Fourteen nights he spent at the Himalayas great,
each night speaking about one world;
He touched topics good and bad, spoke at length of fate;
A ‘secret’ the last day unfurled.
‘We have our souls quite well covered
by a layer we all call body,’ he declared.
Then as if smitten by thoughts, roared:
Life’s uncertain, what matters is now, not how you fared.