The author of this blog is prone to having verbal epiphanies in the midst of all the cacophony surrounding her life.
Okay, back to the first person now. I also apologize for the unfortunate blog url. I, in absolutely no way, claim or think that my opinions are ingenious. This blog was created in the aftermath of having accidentally deleted my previous one. Needless to say, I could not reuse my old url. Of course, the trusty ol’ brain decided to ditch me at such a time. So I went with the first suggestion that someone was kind enough to venture. Now I’m stuck with it.
About the author – Voracious reader, vociferous eater and a vehemently passionate writer.
Moving on to a description of this blog. It started off as penning down of random musings and life incidents. Then in the month of May, I decided to do a regular series on spreading Mental Health Awareness. This undertaking even led me to writing poetry. Ironically, those were the posts best liked by the audience even though I could never rhyme to save my life! So, now, this is more of a forum to spread awareness about issues, big and small, that might help a stranger deal with his life better. Be it through poetry or short stories, the aim is to motivate, inspire and also, sometimes, to intrigue people. I always speak and write from my own learnings so they tend to get personally insightful at times, but there’s always a message behind them, if you’re looking. So, in essence, this is a smorgasbord of a blog with a focus on lifestyle.
The motto: Changing the world, one word at a time.
I am now beginning a new venture titled “All Things Books” wherein I will be reviewing, recommending and listing books (based on genres). Reviews are the best ways to help authors who pour their hearts and souls into providing you an exhilarating experience. This would be my small attempt at paying them back. So, honest reviews is my chosen path!
P.S. – If any of you are dealing with any issues in life, mental or physical and have no one to talk to. Or do not feel comfortable talking to the people you know. Please feel free to drop me a mail at email@example.com. I’m always listening, I’m always available. I’m here if you want to rant, to cry, to screech or to scream. I’m also here if you need a shoulder to cry on. I’ll even be here when you’re ready to listen to a little advise or soul-sharing which I will do to the best of my ability. Spread the cheer! Be safe, be happy and take care.