This is my debut post for #MondayMusings. Our dearest Corrine Rodriguez from Everyday Gyaan hosts #MondayMusings and she has set few rules that I am listing below: Write a post sharing your thoughts with us – happy, sad, philosophical, ‘silly’ even. Make it as personal as possible. Use the hashtag #MondayMusings. Add your link to … Continue reading 3 Gone Girls in Goa
The title ‘If you never try, you will never know, ambition, love, destiny’ made me think that this book was some kind of motivational self-help book, where the readers would learn the steps of how to fulfil their ambitions, conquer love and win over destiny only by trying and trying. The book indeed talks about … Continue reading Review of ‘If you never try, you will never know, ambition, love, destiny’ by Sahil Mehta
D said ‘we are lost’. D pressed my arms and said ‘boss is going to kill us’. I said ‘before that tiger is going to eat us’. There was no network in our mobiles. It was dark inside the forest even during daylight. After wandering the forest for almost two hours, suddenly, D said with … Continue reading Lost
Today is seventh and final day of Write Tribe Festival of Words#6. Today's prompt : If we were having coffee...This is not a typical fiction with a proper beginning, middle and end but just a conversation. The author in me was sitting in the corner of the coffee shop with my laptop breaking my head … Continue reading Coffee Date
Today is the Day 6 of Write Tribe Festival of Words #6. Today’s prompt: Feature a guest – a guest post / an interview. Today’s post is my personal favourite, that I wrote for this Blogging Festival. It gives me immense pleasure to interview one of the finest young authors of India Yashluv Virwani. His debut … Continue reading Interview with Yashluv Virwani
Dear Husband, I would be gone by the time you get this letter. I know you would be shattered, not because I am gone but because I dared to do something without your permission that maligns your ‘carefully built’ image.
The prompt for today is : Feature a day in your life or someone else's life. I feature the life of Lubna, a Syrian refugee woman living in a camp in the outskirts of Beirut, Lebanon
Professor Lubrik was sitting in his laboratory; his eyes were fixed on the map of Xangia, the new planet in Sunflower galaxy. The map had unique nomenclature.
She came to me slowly and said “I am getting married”. I felt as if the sky crashed on me. How could she do this to me?