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Four Years of Blogging!

So WordPress reminded me a few days ago that I have been blogging for 4 whole years now! Wow that’s great isn’t it??

 

Thank you all for making this possible. Without your love reflecting in my ever-growing viewership and follow count, I wouldn’t have had the inspiration required to keep growing! Cheers to you all…Keep showering your support always 🙂

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Praises! Praises!

Thank You Story Mirror for this. It really means a lot! 🙂

The Magic of Words

via Daily Prompt: Paper

Do you believe in magic? The magic of touch, the magic of truth, the magic of love and above all the magic of words…

Those perfect words which inspired our imaginations, words that transported us to fascinating worlds, words that gave us strength and hope, words that stole our hearts and those that broke them.
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Sisters in Crime!

via Daily Prompt: Collaboration

 

Happy Siblings Day you clown!!

collaboration

To my sweet, little, devilish, mad and crazy ass sister! There are millions of things that I do every day in Collaboration with her.
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Writers Write

Being a writer is NOT an easy thing. We are constantly at work, even while staring outside of the window or tracing the raindrops on the windshield. Our minds are overdriven with too many ideas or the absence of them. And when we finally sit down to tame the hurricane of wild ideas and make sense of them, some of the essentials go amiss! So to help myself and my blogger friends, I have compiled a few basic Do’s and Don’ts of writing. Here are some writing tips:
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Be a Star!

“What goes around comes around”

For a few years, I was so depressed! Everything in my life seemed to have taken a turn for the worst. My college life sucked so much that I wanted to drop out of Law school, my grandmother was ailing and was in a hospital for a long time, I had reached a rock bottom in all of my relationships: friends, family (misunderstandings and silences are more damaging than heated arguments).
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