Joining with Vidya Sury in the Gratitude circle every month to share the gratitude for the joys received in the month gone by. If you have written a post too, please drop it in the comment section and I will get to it. … Read More Every situation has an expiry date | Gratitude |
This is the December edition of Words Matter Blog hop with Write Tribe and this month’s prompt is ” If I could give/receive one gift……… ” My take on the prompt is to take on the inner critics who hamper one’s self growth on account of prejudice.… Read More #WordsMatter: Damn those inner critics to seven circles of hell
This is the fourth edition of the Words Matter blog hop with Write Tribe and this month’s prompt is “Twenty years ago, I..”… Read More #WordsMatter- Twenty years ago I escaped from home
Third prompt of Words Matter is here and this is my post for it. Reminiscing over a year almost over and how lazy/inactive I have been. Using this prompt to set up doable goals to kick start my inaction into a positive ending for the year. Looking for strong minded buddies to push me along this road… Read More #WordsMatter: Its not that time of the year without……..
Hello Readers. Todays guest on my blog is Tarang Sinha who is a freelance writer and author of We Will Meet Again, a mature love story. Her writing has appeared in magazines like Good Housekeeping India, Child India, Woman’s Era, New Woman and Alive, and in an anthology titled ‘Uff Ye Emotions 2. She has… Read More #MyMojo – Top 5 reads by Women Authors by Tarang Sinha
Today Soumya Prasad talks about 10 books to get any avid reader back on the reading track. I loved her list – lets see how you feel about it. Maybe some of these are your favourites too?… Read More #MyMojo – 10 Books to get you out of a reading slump by Soumya
Today’s guest blogger is here to review a book set in the second world war era – The Guernsey Literary and potato peel pie society… Read More #MyMojo -The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Anamika
End of November and last one month of the year is left to fill with love and happiness. So here I am recapping it for the gratitude circle… Read More #Gratitude – A novel November
This is a post expressing thanks to my favourite book reviewers out there in the blogosphere. Their book reccomendations have not failed me so far.… Read More #Gratitude – 5 of my most favourite Book Reviewers
I am listing out the good , the bad and the ugly of all blogging challenges that I have taken part in and what I feel about them. This is the second and final post in this topic.… Read More #Gratitude: Challenges for a bloggers pen – The Bad & the Ugly!
As I got more and more proficient at my blog, I jumped onto the blogging challenges bandwagon to promote my writing and also interact with others. After doing loads of such blog hops and marathons, I have narrowed down three that I must partake in a year.… Read More #Gratitude: Challenges for a bloggers pen -The Good!
In this post I am talking about blogging community, how they can make or break a blogger. I was lucky enough to land up a bad one first & good one later.… Read More #Gratitude – Communing with the blogging community
This post chronicles my foray into the blogging world at a time when I knew next to nothing about a blog. Read on about my fumbling efforts as I gained confidence and pride in my blogging journey… Read More #Gratitude – Why I feel blessed to have a blog
Hola folks. I am back with the month long guestpost campaign where in you write in a post for me and I write one for you, for the next 30 days.
So go December!!… Read More Guestpost Campaign December 2018
Its time to write the reflections post for #Atoz – yup April is over!!! It was one super duper ride this time around too with loads of encouragement from fellow readers/bloggers on my posts that kept me going.… Read More Reflections for #AtoZchallenge 2018
Before April hits the calendar, there is major excitement in my life as I gear up for the #AtoZchallenge which is a month-long writing fest. I did this challenge for the first time last year and since then, have been hooked to it. So planning began a little early (it has to) but towards the… Read More April Showers & Sunshine!!
Today I am introducing a Russian writer who wrote books for children. I have about 3-4 books from Russia in my collection and these two stand out as the writer is a marvel at writing for children. Each tale is so unique and filled with wonder that even today I yearn to pick it up and read.… Read More [R] From Russia with love #Atozchallenge
I think it was at one of my book club meets that someone mentioned Laini Taylor and her superbly crafted stories. Intrigued I looked her up on Goodreads, and found a collection of short stories “Lips Touch Three Times”. Since these would let me delve into her writing style with ease, I immediately picked it up.… Read More [L] Lips touch three times by Laini Taylor #AtoZ | Book Review |
Guestposts are content created for other people’s blogs but with a backlink to your blog, enabling both of you to garner mutual benefits. Read about why you should indulge in writing guestposts for others and inviting bloggers to do the same for you.… Read More 5 reasons why you should write GuestPosts
Disobedience is by and large a very negative trait but it can be used positively to better one’s life and happiness; provided its handled maturely. Read about my take on today’s prompt for the #writetribe #problogger challenge.… Read More Disobedience [ #WriteBravely]