In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Winning Streak." What’s the longest stretch you’ve ever pulled off of posting daily to your blog? What did you learn about blogging through that achievement, and what made you break the streak? Sorry,but I don't post daily.I won't post until I think it's something worth reading,until I'm satisfied with… Continue reading One step at a time.
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In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Converge." The best I could think of.
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Leftovers Sandwich." Today, publish a post based on unused material from a previous piece –a paragraph you nixed, a link you didn’t include, a photo you decided not to use. Let your leftovers shine! I wanted to talk about this book I started reading but I thought… Continue reading Leftover(s)
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Never Too Late." This is coming late very late from me but yeah read on friends.I say thanks a lot(that's a positive thing right?),but there's always someone that should've been thanked but you never thanked them or simply say you never got the chance. So today I'd… Continue reading A Sincere Thanks.
If you are into Harry Potter series,then you might wanna read these.
Here are our five favourite facts about one of the biggest publishing phenomena of the last twenty years, J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. Even if you’re a diehard fan of the series, we hope there’ll be something here to surprise you…
1. When J. K. Rowling visited the chatroom of Mugglenet, she was told by regulars to keep quiet as she didn’t know enough about Harry Potter. According to Rowling in an interview for the Leaky Cauldron website, the first time she Googled ‘Harry Potter’, she stumbled upon the Mugglenet site which is dedicated to discussion of the Harry Potter series. Deciding to join the discussion (under a pseudonym), Rowling found that she was treated with ‘outright contempt’ by regular users of the site, who told her, ‘Yeah, yeah, shut up, you’re not a regular, you don’t know a thing.’ Perhaps Roland Barthes had a point when he talked…
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In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Calling Uncle Bob." Have you ever faced a difficult situation when you had to choose between sorting it out yourself, or asking someone else for an easy fix? What did you choose — and would you make the same choice today? I will always do it myself,and… Continue reading Daily Prompt
One of the most beautiful videos I've ever seen.This talks about things that almost everyone fails to observe,this touches the points that are often not seen and the beauty and the amazement they have to offer are completely missed out.What a waste? Do not worry and sit back and just watch this video,you'll be happy… Continue reading Sonder
He went out on to the street unwillingly but this was the only time the curfew would be relaxed and people could buy things they needed.He went to the nearest store and found out that the store had already run out of stock.He looked at his watch and started to go towards the other store that was almost a kilometer away from his place but if he hurried then he would be able to make it back in under 15 minutes or else the curfew would be placed again and he would have nowhere to go.He was walking fast and came to the other street and saw four uniformed policemen standing near the barricades and one of them stopped him and said this way is closed go through the cemetery.He glanced at his watch and turned around and started to go towards the other route and then he heard the…
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In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Spinning Yarns." A good storyteller is the one which keeps you interested and gives you little amounts of shocks and surprises.I am no judge but I prefer writers more than people. Occasionally here and there,I get to hear some stories from complete strangers and some of them… Continue reading To the writers