RIGHTFULLY WRONG, WRONGFULLY RIGHT by Varsha Dixit Blurb Love is in the air again…this time it’s steamy, bold and manipulative! Gayatri and Viraj both are products of childhood trauma. Yet they were able to survive, one because of her shrewdness and the other because of his genius. Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully … Read moreRightfully Wrong, Wrongfully Right | Varsha Dixit | Spotlight
Review of the book The Committed Sin published by Leadstart Publications. The book The Committed Sin is written by Leema Dhar.
Let your experiences make you better, but never bitter. These were the words of a dear friend many moons ago when there was neither moon nor stars illuminating my night sky. For many reasons, the words stuck with me and very often I remember these words and control my reactions to people and situations. It … Read moreTo Write A Memoir
Friendship is an unsaid promise.. one that hearts make when souls connect. Today is friendship day and with this cheat post, I’m off to celebrate the day with my cousin who is visiting after almost a year. I know celebrating a bond like friendship doesn’t need a special day, but what the heck, Happy Friendship Day … Read moreHappy Friendship Day
Someone asked me recently if I had the chance to go back in time and reverse one thing in life, what would that thing be. This is written for BlogAThon Day 6 where the prompt is Wishful Thinking.
The day is still fresh in my memory. This same day, one year back. The day that changed all the days to follow, till life abandoned my physical being. Tiny shoes is the prompt for the day 5 for BarAThon.
Loud noises try to wake me up as I try to roll over and make myself comfortable on the bed again. I had no idea why Viv was up so early on a holiday and of all places what he was doing in the kitchen. For whatever it was, I decided to not lose my … Read moreCaught Red Handed
This is Day 3 at The BarAThon Blogging Challenge and the theme for today is Fragile Lives.
“Oh God! Please don’t cry. I hate it when you cry”
This post is for Day 2 on BarAThon, the prompt being What You Don’t Know.