Parenting

14 things that my 2 year old daughter has taught me!!!

This teacher’s day I am going to share some of my learning, which I have learnt from my newest teacher in my life, my two year old daughter. Be super busy and active all the time. Smile all through the day, even when it is just for something silly such as an ant crossing your […]

Raya, My Life, My Daughter

I woke up and saw your face, Glowing and happy while you are still dreaming. Your peaceful sleep, your even breath Gave me strength, to love. Your tiny hands wrapped around my finger Gave me power, to protect. Raya, my daughter, I could live forever for you Raya, my daughter, I could die for you […]

Was it worth it.

Sometimes when am not busy and sit down with my cup of coffee, I get thinking, was it worth it all? Leaving my job, leaving my hometown, leaving my friends and family just to get married. Then I glance over my shoulder and see my sleeping daughter, a little machine of destruction and feel yes […]

Sweta Paul Vs The World

This world terrifies me. And at times, I break out in emotion, sarcasm and lame humour.

writingthedreamblog

The Fantastic and Mundane Chronicles of an Aspiring Writer

Rob Powell Writes

Let's see where this goes, starting with some short stories and flash fiction.

Daily (w)rite

A DAILY RITUAL OF WRITING

ThinkingAloud

This is the site about life, people, highs, lows and all those blows.

LET ME RE-THINK

Diary of a VAGABOND

Surbhi Sarna

The Pursuit of Writing

My Petridish

Imagination is the fire of life...

Heartstring Eulogies

Conjured by Sarah Doughty

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

The Critiquing Chemist

Literary Analysis derived from an Analytical Chemist

Milly Schmidt

The Cat's Write

Preethi Prabhu

Exploring the world of Indian Home Decor

Aarti V Raman

Where Writer Gal talks about books, movies, hot men, TV shows, random poetry and why she cannot absolutely go on hikes longer than three kilometers.

Hard Book Habit

Reading classics and hard books, and spouting rhubarb about them