DARKSOULES: New book club launched for fantasy fans

London – VIJAY SHAH Fans of indie author fantasy books are in for a treat as a new book club dedicated to the works of small-time author Leslie D. Soule has been launched online. The book group, named DarkSoules, has been unveiled on the social media network Facebook, and aims to bring together fans and new authors of fantasy literature, as well as being a forum for discussing the books of Soule, who has written fiction stories such as the Fallen Wood series, Hybrid Space, Birds of a Feather, and The Feast of Rule. New * Fantasy Author Support Group* Love … Continue reading DARKSOULES: New book club launched for fantasy fans

CARLSBERG: Drink lots of beer, get lots of money

Singapore, SINGAPORE Vijay Shah via Mel Ramsay and The LADbible If you are a massive been fan, know your Tyskie from your Tennant’s and just happen to be in Singapore, a world-famous Danish brewery will pay you for the privilege of drinking the amber nectar for four hours. According to a report by online men’s magazine The LADbible, Carlsberg, famous for its “If Carlsberg did..” advertising campaign, is now recruiting for what is probably the best job in the world, if you are not teetotal or watching the pounds. As part of an advertising promotion, Carlsberg’s Singapore branch is offering … Continue reading CARLSBERG: Drink lots of beer, get lots of money

BAGOOADUTH KALLOOA: The Mauritian of many talents

Flacq, MAURITIUS VIJAY SHAH via Le Défi Media The small Indian Ocean island of Mauritius may not have the clout of many other much larger countries when it comes to producing people that can be defined as ‘great’ and ‘multitalented’, but that does not mean that Mauritians are not capable of reaching those dizzy heights. Enter Bagooaduth Kallooa. He has been described by Le Defi, one of Mauritius’ most widely read newspapers, as ‘a man of many talents’. He began his working life as a nurse working in patient care on the west coast of Mauritius, inspired by his humble … Continue reading BAGOOADUTH KALLOOA: The Mauritian of many talents