WHAT DID THE CRITICS SAID ABOUT
Agnishatdal Ashar 1426 (https://shoptly.com/i/hok ) Critique:
By your good old editor, my much cherished critique Troy is really busy these days, so I am picking up the pen and editing the works of my much cherished authors. So the critiques will be short and sweet!
Parasites Inc. by S4: New author aboard and S4 will apparently talk about the thing I hate most- Indian politicians! This one is the introductory post, or so it seems, and I do agree with the author, the way politicians invade our personal lives is outrageous and disgusting.
Berlin 2: Part 3 by Brieuc Martin Onraet: This month’s piece gives a minute detail of the time around Hitler’s suicide and fall of Germany. A humble reminder to warmongers who love to egg countries to fight, like my own country’s media was trying a few months back!
Faith the secret sauce 2 by Raghunandan Kuppuswamy: This is another beautiful story, loved it, sometimes cheaters do lose! It is good to read these stories in modern world which is really hell-bent to prove that cheaters prosper and honest beg! This month the story was completed with a great outcome.
The gardens of Sarusammog by Troy David Loy: A thief in the garden of Sarusammog, the great six armed God who creates and destroys galaxies. Saru hates thieves, let us see what happens to the thief next month!
You are meant to be within by Dom Collucci: Another Zen poem from Dom, very wise one! I do agree with Dom that to change our circumstances complaining or crying does not works, we have to change our mindset first.
Bitter Pill dose 20 by Bitter Pill: Religion 3: I again fully agree that fanatics have nothing to do with religion most of the times, they are simply opportunists!
Budapest Missives by Juliette Roques: This month Juliette has shared a cityscape that looks like a gorgeous oil painting!
The river of dreams by Lisa Ojanpera: Next there is a gorgeous artwork by Lisa Ojanpera titled river of dreams. It certainly looks like one.
Vintrig’s throne by Freya Pickard: This month Freya talks about the love story of a princess and a travelling musician, introduction to her book Vintrig’s throne, sounds very romantic!
Click go the shears 3 by Pat Ritters: The story takes another surprise turn, I wonder where it is heading. Quite curious to know what is going to happen in next piece! Learned a quite bit about rural Australia again, the names, the people- they are so unfamiliar! It is fun to read about them!
Dirkball 3 by Robert Sherriff: Robert is sharing beautiful artworks from his storybook “dirkball”, it is for little kids. I love the beautiful sketches a lot! I am sure the book will be worth keeping for adults and kids both! This month’s sketch is cute squirrel!
Cynicism just another bias 1 by Citizen Null: I agree with CN that good thinking works like magic of present human society! There is so much darkness all around us if we lose hope on humanity we will most probably squander away the only life we have. So be cautious and wary but don’t give in to despair!
I believe that will be it for my critique as an editor for the month of AShar 1426, you will have to read the rest in Ezine. Of course there is truckloads of more works there!