Hello everyone! Welcome back to yet another month of the IWSG, a wonderful support group for writers where you learn and grow; where your craft is not limited to a space or region and where you adopt global methods and trends. If you are a writer of poetry, short stories, prose, novels or just a … Continue reading #IWSG, Wednesday July 1, Writing in the Next Decade
Hi everyoneAs UNLOCKED comes to the close of one journey, Id like to take you through another wonderful review of the book. I am grateful for the love received. As they say, when one journey finishes, another one begins. I'm not sure of what's next, but certainly there's something that will come up. Enjoy this … Continue reading Book Review 8- Unlocked
Hello! Could there be another time to discuss 'Urban Nightmare' ? That's the theme for this month's WEP Challenge. And aren't we living it every moment? I've attempted a flash, and while the premise remains the same (I can't seem to break away from my preferred style of writing) but I've attempted not to talk … Continue reading Urban Nightmare- WEP June
The year was 1997. I moved out of home for the first time. It was a personal decision, taken much against the wishes of my father, who thought I could continue my education in the small hill town where we lived. But I thought differently. I wanted to see life in big cities. They said … Continue reading When you don’t fit in…
Hi friends One of my short stories titled "If there's one thing we inherit from our mothers, it's certainly their madness' was picked up by Women's Web for the Muse of the Month Contest. I had titled the story 'Crazy Scribbles from Mom' but the title was changed by the portal. Also, I struggled to … Continue reading If there’s one thing we inherit from our mothers…
Hola people! The world is crumbling and mistrust, scepticism, fear accompany the morbidity that plagues us all. At this point of time, Swarnali Nath’s eBook ‘You are Blooming’ is the manna we seek. Like a ray of light that breaks in through the chinks, it offers hope and faith. I share my favourite quotes from … Continue reading You Are Blooming- Favourite Quotes
Another review of UNLOCKED by Mayura Amarakant
I grew up among friends who always complained about how they found history boring. I was blessed with fabulous teachers in school and college who made history fun. They would paint pictures right before our eyes and we would listen, totally fascinated by the lore. Well, I wish Sonia Dogra would have written this book while we were growing up. My friends would have grown to appreciate history and learn from the myriad teachings it offers.
Sonia Dogra’s ebook, Unlocked – Historical Tales in Verse, is a collection of poems that narrate historical events and characters in the most interesting manner.
BlogChatter published Sonia Dogra’s ebook, Unlocked – Historical Tales in Verse as part of their Ebook Carnival in May 2020
What I loved about the book?
For a moment I felt as if I was reading a book in the Central Library of Mumbai. The language, layout, choice of…
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Retweeting Ritu Bindra's review of UNLOCKED History is boring? A collection of twenty-five events from history in verse that would have you turning the pages. Unlocked: Historical Tales in Verse by Sonia Dogra Book Review
Zen has been on my mind for a long time now. It’s been creating a lot of buzz and I’ve always wondered why! Not a religious person per se, I’ve always been weary of reading/talking/writing about religion. However, for a while it has been like ‘Zen’ has been following me around. My daughter who enjoys … Continue reading Zen ( See Through Words)
Last evening, I read Pooja Priyamvada’s eBook ‘Papa & I’. Registered under Blogchatter’s eBook Carnival, the book offers perspectives on losing a loved one to death. A combination of few prose pieces, twenty-eight poems and certain random notes, it is dedicated to the author’s late father, who she fondly remembers in the book.It is hard … Continue reading Papa & I- Not a Book Review