It’s been a long wait for those who fell in love with this book after the very first chapter. I acknowledge and am sorry about it. But here’s the next chapter, and it’s as good as any other! We finally get to meet the reclusive male lead. And also, more light is shed on Xi Shi, and a surprising one at that. The world of Xue Nong is thrown open to us, and what a world it is! With their rituals and ancient power. Questions are raised and the dead are buried. Reasons are examined and realizations are made in this new installment of A Lifetime of Longing.
(This is my first post. So hope you guys will like it!) Oh. My. God! I think you all need to read this right now. Because I’m positively sure that there are a few glaring similarities between our Chinese Novel, Ballad of the Desert (Da Mo Yao), written by Tong Hua, and the Infernal Devices Series by the American author Cassandra Clare.
Oy, people! I’m back (albeit, temporarily). And I’m here with my good friend @chairmanlichi. She doesn’t do much of blogging on her own, and is into her own Facebook Page for Dumbledore. She’s the New Kid On The Block, now becoming an official part of our Asian Cult Family. And I formally name her my Consiglieri. Join us for a quick chat.
Yeah, so, the response has been pretty good as of now to the first summary of the book. So now, I’m out with the second. Just for the information, @chairmanlichi may decide to change the a little of the plot of the book before I’ll actually get down to posting the full chapters. Okay, so we’ll move on then. Shall we?!
I don’t have enough time nowadays to catch up with translating. So I’ve decided to summarize this one book written by my friend @chairmanlichi, which I totally loved. Okay, I’ll get to the topic now. This is a reincarnation novel. But it isn’t the usual fare. And you’ll know this as I get through this post.
SONG: सलामत – Salamat (Safe)
MOVIE: Sarbjit 
SINGERS: Arijit Singh and Tulsi Kumar.
Okay, I begin with this new book now. It’s a momentous task for me update this book. But we begin the book with a very light chapter as we introduce the first story of the anthology. So here goes nothing….
I don’t know what I’m thinking by agreeing to post the chapters of this new book. I mean, this has to be the most political as well outright dissenting book to be posted in the circle Chinese novel translation sites. China’s not used to dissent. At least history doesn’t record it that way. And that’s why when Huo Fangpan insisted that I use my small blog to deliver her powerful message of love, I decided that I’m doing this one good thing even if it may end up the last thing that I’ll ever do!
SONG: Agar Thu Hotha Tho – अगर तू होता तो (If you would have been there with me)
MOVIE: Baaghi (A Rebel) 
SINGER: Ankit Tiwari
SONG: बोलना माहि बोल ना.. -Bolna Mahi Bolna [Speak, My Love]
MOVIE: Kapoor And Sons 
SINGERS: Arijit Singh, Tanishq Bagchi and Anees Kaur