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#IWSG, Wednesday July 1, Writing in the Next Decade

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… Continue Reading “#IWSG, Wednesday July 1, Writing in the Next Decade”

Urban Nightmare- WEP June

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… Continue Reading “Urban Nightmare- WEP June”

When you don’t fit in…

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… Continue Reading “When you don’t fit in…”

You Are Blooming- Favourite Quotes

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,… Continue Reading “You Are Blooming- Favourite Quotes”

Zen ( See Through Words)

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… Continue Reading “Zen ( See Through Words)”

Papa & I- Not a Book Review

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… Continue Reading “Papa & I- Not a Book Review”

IWSG June 2020- A Writer’s Secret and a Pinch of Hope

June 2020 musings on the Insecure Writer’s Support Group (IWSG)! To know all about this wonderful place where you can share your doubts and ask anything related to writing, visit here. https://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/p/iwsg-sign-up.html The awesome co-hosts for the June 3 posting of the IWSG are… Continue Reading “IWSG June 2020- A Writer’s Secret and a Pinch of Hope”

Blogchatter Ebook Carnival- Dots and Streaks (Book Review)

Life’s principles are subjective. Yet, if viewed stoically, the philosophies of life apply to all and sundry. However, it needs the heart of a poet and a great emotional connect to visit life the way Ellora Mishra does in her debut book of poetry,… Continue Reading “Blogchatter Ebook Carnival- Dots and Streaks (Book Review)”

Book Review- Ebook Carnival (Marvellous Rhymes by Jyotsna Atre)

‘Marvellous Rhymes for children about the Wild’ by Jyotsna Atre is a trove of beautiful rhymes coupled with colourful illustrations. As the title suggests, the poems are all about wildlife. About the Author Jyotsna Atre isn’t new to the world of writing. Some years… Continue Reading “Book Review- Ebook Carnival (Marvellous Rhymes by Jyotsna Atre)”

Book Review- The Woman That I Am

The Woman That I Am – An Anthology Celebrating Womanhood is like a bouquet of flowers with several shades and variety that blend in perfectly to give you a charming ensemble. Conceived and compiled by Rashi Roy and Manas Mukul it brings thirty writers… Continue Reading “Book Review- The Woman That I Am”

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