#AtoZChallenge 2021 Theme Reveal

Hiatus, Has been long. Hiding, Has to stop. Pulling, Out from hibernation. Forcing, To get back to writing. My theme this year for the Blogging from A to Z for April 2021, is lo and behold, fiction & poetry. Are you participating in the #AtoZChallenge this year? Let me know in the comments below so … Read more

Shilpa Suraj : A Silent Wound: Guest Post

Shilpa Suraj’s book, A Barren Heart is one that takes the reader through an emotional journey of a woman and her relationship struggles following the failure of her multiple attempts to conceive. We have on the blog today, Shilpa Suraj, the author of A Barren Heart speaking to us about the journey of the author … Read more

Self Publishing : To Do Or Not To?

A term that is in vogue since the last couple of years, we know of people who have advised us for and against it. We used to be told that self publishing was the route generally taken by wannabes whom the so called mainstream or traditional publishing houses would not accept. Self publishing is not … Read more

Reading Challenges For 2019

The WTRC 2019 is here, what better kick in the you know where for me to get reading. 2018 has been a slow year in terms of reading and writing, and I intend to pick up more books and write more and better in 2019. The three parts of the reading challenge are as below: … Read more

Beneath My Feet | Poem | Ishithaa

Beneath My Feet A tiny life Struggles Screams unheard Dreams shattered Darkness Envelops Pain smothers Crashing down Crushing Bones Orphaned Family Unknown, last breath drawn I look down All I see Beneath my feet, A bug, no more. Often it happens, we just walk the Earth as if we own it, not bothered of who … Read more

The Year That Was, Adieu 2017!

How has 2017 been for you, did the year that was meet your expectations?

The Bitter After-Taste #Ishithaa

The rice sat on the plate, untouched.
The curry tasted salt-less, uncooked even.
Solitude was bearable, but loneliness was scary.
Nostalgia left a bitter after-taste, no mouthwash could remove it.
If only time could be bribed.

 

Ishithaa is participating in the Write Tribe Pro Blogger Challenge where the prompt today is Nostalgia.

 

Don’t Do That, Listen To Me

bondage-listen

This is an attempt in 55 words to portray what women in India and across the world go through on an almost daily basis. They have to listen and put up with so much of emotional and physical abuse that it is a shame on entire humanity.

7 Handy Resources For Bloggers – #Ishithaa

resources for blogger - ishithaa

7 Must have resources for bloggers is written for Day 2 of WriteTribe Festival of Words where the prompt was to share a resource.

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