Hello readers ! #CelebrateBlogging is coming to an end, our budding authors wrote amazing stories in Game Of Blogs. While the Blogosphere of our Indian Bloggers is sprouting with energy and enthusiasm, we feel proud to uphold the spirit of Blogging everyday. Here are some of the best posts for you to read and celebrate 🙂
- Who: Shailaja V
What:Love letter :Dealing with Rejection
Spicy: Shailaja writes this article on how she is handling rejections on her writing from different editors. The current rejection takes her back to her childhood.
- Who: Megha
What: Homemade Badam Powder
Spicy: This festive season, plan some homemade traditional drink to serve your guests. Make them happy with chilled badam milk made of pure sweetness.
- Who: Shalini
What: “Close to My Heart”
Spicy: A beautiful poem by the author about someone who is very Close to Her Heart – Lost Baby.
- Who: Deboshree Bhattacharjee
What: “Saddi Delhi”
Spicy: An account from the author’s Grand Father on what he feels about the change. As time passes, one continues to lose people who are dear, people they had wonderful memories with. Despite the macro level changes in life there’s something though that the passage of time hasn’t changed, things which help them shed several years of their age.
- Who: Soumya Prasad
What: “Luscious Red”
Spicy: Author beautifully brought out the magic of color Red, how deeply it touches everybody’s life. It is the best gift for lovers, it adds beauty to a newly wed bride, it adds to the joy of flowing wine, it is the color of love and hence the most loved color.
- Who: NS
What: “The working delusions! ”
Spicy: This is a million dollar advice to all shopaholics and females crazy for make-up and accessories on how to organize their cosmetics, jewelry and other make up items.
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