We are following the flock. Be the shepherd and change directions. Routine is boring. Avoid it!! It's lethal!
I have been unfair to the guest bloggers who responded to my call. For the delay I have cause I am sorry. After I published my call for guest bloggers, Alisha responded. I remember her comment on my blog about a few months ago and I followed her. From that day to today, her progress in … Continue reading Guest Blogger #4: Alisha Khan Interview
I found out that from midnight to 1700 hrs IST, Exactly 110 humans died. A hundred and freaking ten people.
A 400 word response to Laura's prompt. Literary Lion: Fall Harry waited at the party for his wife, she was running late today. She always runs late these days. He doesn't mind, in fact he is rather proud of the fact that she is so hard-working. Georgia is someone he has always admired and more he got … Continue reading Literary Lion: They Never Did Fall
As promised here is the fiction by Kailash Nath. You can see his interview here You should totally check out his blog. The cool breeze is making me shiver a bit, but it is refreshing. The morning sun is rising and the color of the sky slowly changes from blue to red, color of … Continue reading Guest Blog: #3 The Morning
After I published my call for guest bloggers, Kailash here responded. I have read his fictions via daily post comments and I can say he is a really talented writer. His blog is full of fiction pieces that will entice you into reading more of his posts. Without much adieu here is the interview that … Continue reading Guest Blogger #3: Kailash Nath Interview
Today his trot was slower, clearly favoring his right leg. Head and tail drooped, he looked so old today. He was already past his energetic days, but today he looked frail
Mulund. Devi Dayal road. My father's home. We visited an aunt last Saturday. After a long time, we met her and I thoroughly enjoyed it. We got to know that the lane in which my father lived his childhood has changed, the buildings are replaced by residential towers, the road is bigger and slum dwellers … Continue reading Down Memory Lane
Literary Lion: Flower Dear Jyoti, Here is the gajra I promised. Its Thursday and you always loved wearing it in your hair every Thursday. I vowed to keep gajra in front of your photograph, today I keep this letter too. You see, I have been diagnosed with cancer. We must have a strong love because … Continue reading Flowers In Your Memory
Many people catch my attention but only few of them truly captivate me. Today I met an extraordinary woman. She is my aunt's mother, easily older than 80 years. I don't know her name, her last name I learnt from the nameplate. I am clueless about her education, her marriage, her accomplishments or her regrets: … Continue reading Captivated