After about 3 months of holding onto it, savouring pages, characters, abandoning it to get over an emotion and coming back wanting a closure, I have finally completed the book Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Here’s my ode to a … Continue reading OMua Musings: Atlas Shrugged & Ayn Rand
My waltz with stories continue. Here is another attempt at a good show for this week’s #FridayFotoFiction– The Best Workman! The Best Workman Elizabeth ringed her family contractor. “I really need the plumbing at my home fixed Mr.Whitman, I have … Continue reading The Best Workman #FridayFotoFiction
Well, by now everyone knows my genre is horror or thriller when it comes to writing a story. But I decided for this prompt I am going to keep it ‘normal’ everyday occurrence. More like a thanksgiving to all the … Continue reading Magic Hands #FridayFotoFiction
I keep reading such great stories on twitter for #FridayFotoFiction every week, and it is hard to not to steal plots from those stories for my story :). Now I shall try and keep it original. Here is my take … Continue reading The Beautiful One- Flash Fiction #Wordarry
I can’t ever say it enough, so I’ll say it again, Books mean the world to me and there isn’t a ‘me’ without them. Melodramatic? Well not really, it’s like am passionate about books and everything they bring to my … Continue reading IndoIndians Bookclub in Indonesia- An Extension of #BookLove
Everyday sexism, an evil that exists but seldom does we want to notice it, leave alone putting an end to it. A show on Netflix and my everyday life, made me want to write this. We are feminists and want … Continue reading Don’t be a Victim nor a Perpetrator of Everyday Sexism
Every week, it scares me and this time am forcing myself to do this, for the reason that I want to get better at writing. So diving in for this weeks #FridayFotoFiction. 🙂 A #Wordarry – Every Girl’s Dream. Every … Continue reading Every Girl’s Dream #FridayFotoFiction
I met you for the first time in the veranda of my house, When grandpa mentioned you to amma and her face withered like the rose in our garden. I wondered who you were and what right did you have … Continue reading Not Allowed – Have you met?
There can never be an introduction or a talk about me, without the mention of books. I love them, I live them. Books for me a treasure chest of thoughts, alternative worlds and strong characters. How much ever you read, you … Continue reading Books That Changed My Life #MuaRecommends
So it happened. My first workshop, ‘I Want to Blog. What next?’ organized by IndoIndians at Jakarta. Something I never thought I would do, but did. I do feel a little accomplished I must say, not because I rocked the … Continue reading What I Learnt From My First Workshop on Blogging?