This is my fiction entry for the third day of #Barathon 2017, the fortnight-long blogging marathon for bloggers everywhere, organised by Blog-A-Rhythm! Today’s prompt is ‘Of Ice and Men’. I have also used the theme for the challenge ‘seven’ at the end of the post.
This is my fiction entry for the second day of #Barathon 2017, the fornight-long blogging marathon for bloggers everywhere, organised by Blog-A-Rhythm! Today’s prompt is ‘Life of Pie’.
This is my micro fiction entry for the first day of #Barathon 2017, the fornight-long blogging marathon for bloggers everywhere, organised by Blog-A-Rhythm! Today’s prompt is ‘The Fault in our Stares’.
Today is World Environment Day. And thanks to our education system, we all know how to save the environment. We have been learning it right from the day we joined school, till the day we become professionals. But, I still feel that we haven’t learnt some awesome ways to save the environment. I mean, ‘closing the tap after using it’ and ‘not wasting paper’ is for beginners. There are some hacks that only masters can attempt. Presenting to you some ‘master level hacks’ that you can use to save the environment.
“Can you hate someone for what they have done, but still love them for whom they had been?” ― Jodi Picoult, Nineteen Minutes “It’s far less important to me to be liked these days than to be understood.” ― Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin Peter Houghton is the gun-toting teenaged school shooter…
Welcome back to my hilarious blog! I’m jumping out of my #AtoZChallenge hangover with a post that will bring a smile to your face. May the sound of a hearty guffaw reverberate in your room!
This is the first book I read after finishing up with exams. I got this book from the library. I read the author’s name, the blurb, and decided that this would be my first summer vacation read. I did not check the GoodReads review before picking up this book, as usual. And that’s partly because I have already read ‘ Five People You Meet In Heaven’ and ‘Have a Little Faith’, and feel that I can trust Mitch Albom with not ruining my first summer vacation read. (Do I need to mention one more time that I’m thoroughly enjoying my summer vacations? 😛 )
Can you guess the name of the book?
Cherish the good times, they say. And April 2017 has been one hell of a good time.
Here is my reflections post for #AtoZChallenge 2017!