Today’s blog post is my weekly roundup of all the videos I’ve posted to my BookTube channel this past week. It didn’t all go to plan because there were a number of factors that weighed in and made me move around videos and posts and what not. But I did manage to upload 3 videos this week, as against the 4 that I had planned. And that’s not bad. At least that’s what I’m telling myself. XD
Such a great list of tips! I’m going to implement these tips from now on. Today is day 1. 🙂
Last month I read a lot of posts about blogging tips and I thought I’d share some of my years of wisdom! I started this blog all the way back in 2014, but it’s only recently that I’ve discovered my blogging identity and reignited a creative spark that has changed the way I blog entirely. I can’t fully explain this change and the creative epiphany I experienced but it’s one that I’m hugely grateful for because without it I would have lost something I loved.
I’m someone who likes structure when it comes to getting things done. Every morning I make myself a to-do list and I find it helpful to visualise my goals for the day. Last year, I was really struggling with maintaining a posting schedule, which in turn had an impact on my creativity and writing. I would put so much pressure on myself to write that…
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You know what the problem is? That people don’t think twice before spitting in places that they don’t inhabit. And this has increased so much over the past few years that it’s becoming unbearable. This is gross, but fountains of spit, of gutkha, of phlegm make their way to the tar on the main roads and it’s grinding my gears like none other! For God’s sake, just control yourselves!
Kajree reviews my short story collection, ‘Nonet’ and the whole post is warming my heart! Yes, including the criticism, because without it, how can I hope to improve? 🙂
Thank you, Kajree! Lots of love! ❤
Sonali Dabade’s Nonet is a collection of nine short stories that has varied themes. It isn’t only about one person or one place, but more about the bonds that human create and take forward – be it love, friendship or more frivolously, even that of enemies.
As mentioned, there are nine stories in total and they do not interconnect with each other. But I did find a recurring theme which could be called a base of the plotlines. Themes of romance, friendship, long lost emotions – both love and hatred – and of human desire were incorporated in the stories in a beautiful manner.
In the first story, Zero, we could see the desperation for human contact while in the next story, A Sojourn Somewhere, we could feel the desperation for freedom. In Mystic too, human curiosity played major roles for the theme, as well as the longing for connection…
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