An Overactive Mind is a Writer’s Workshop!

Note to self: It is not going to be easy but it is going to be worth it. Read on about what drives my writers mind...

Launching LIT eZINE Magazine

I am delighted to announce the launch of the online literary magazine LIT eZINE featuring poetry, stories, articles and lots more...

Rainy Days and Sundays: 20 invaluable lessons that made my life a happy place

An Excerpt from Rainy Days and Sundays: 20 invaluable lessons that made my life a happy place.

Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day!

Books Beyond Boundaries: Writing for a Cosmopolitan World

The internet and digital books have fulfilled the dreams of millions of writers. It has opened up so many new markets at the click of a mouse. We cannot write or read as we used to twenty years ago. Not if we want to take advantage of having the world at our fingertips, literally. We need to evolve to keep up with the changing face of communication and the literary world. Do you want to be a successful writer in today's world? Here’s how.

Finding Poetry: New Poems for you this Indie April

Hey! It's #IndieApril and the #PoetryMonth too! It's time for a special feature and I think I am going to call it Finding Poetry. I am going to find you new poetry to read. Books from Indie poets, some free poetry book links that I can find online... let's see how it goes. If you... Continue Reading →

A Poetic Moment In Life: Rescuing An Eagle

A story about poetry in the mundane life: How I rescued an Eagle

Happy New Year 2022!

I wish for you all that you would ever dream of having, and then some more... lots of love from the bottom of my heart! Let's walk together into new beginnings...

I managed to beat the pandemic!

It has been a time of slow, rambling walks over the now-rare remnants of the ancient Aravalli mountains, my Fido sniffing deep into the grass for stuff that his daydreams are made of and me finally living the dreams I had- of one day being able to get up and watch him play in the overgrown grass- dreams that kept me going when hope wasn't too thick on the ground. On the days when it rains, we just slosh round the edges of the ponds, listening the the frogs raise up a cacophony, croaking for their mates. Dripping shoes and the raindrops beating their tiny drums on our raincoats... I am so happy to be alive to see all this again.

Delightful December Deals For The Holiday Season!

Hola! I hope you all have been well during my near absence. Life has been a little topsy-turvy in my corner. With my city getting the third, and quite severe wave of COVID-19, many from my extended family got caught in the mess. It was a tough time going through sickness and death, some are... Continue Reading →

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