A community for bloggers that you MUST join!

Hey everyone! So, it’s been a while since I last posted. It’s because I’ve been crazily busy trying to do everything at once😊 But I’m happy that way, so it’s all good.

I hope everyone’s doing well and staying safe.

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I’ve been writing poems for Blogchatter’s #WriteAPageADay challenge. I’m doing what I can on the given day as is everyone else. I wish all my fellow Blogchatter buddies the very best for this challenge. If you are a blogger or are planning to start a blog, you need to know about this super-supportive community! If, like me, you know a lot of people, but still feel alone at times, this community can do wonders for you. Here’s that all-important link.

Even if you don’t have a domain yet, look up this community. You will get everything you need there. I know of some amazing bloggers who do not have a domain registered yet. However, going by my own experience, the sooner you decide to get yourself a domain, the better.  

Okay. I gotta go now. But I promise to be back asap. Also, have you checked out the template change on my blog? I did it myself😊 Don’t laugh! I find it quite challenging to do these things! Till the next post, ciao!

My Current Read – ‘The Anatomy of Scars’

Hello, everyone! Reading has always been such an important part of my life. It made my childhood magical and again improved my life when I turned 40. Last year was a bit insane with the pandemic, and I read 55 books. Otherwise, I was reading 25 books a year on an average. So this year, to balance it out, I plan to read 12 books. I’m excited to participate in the TBR Challenge by Blogchatter.

My first book this year was Matthew Pollard’s “The Introvert’s Edge to Networking: Work the Room. Leverage Social Media. Develop Powerful Connections. I have reviewed it here.

I’m also excited to announce that I’m now a part of The Himalayan Book Club. My current read is the ARC of the Anatomy of Scars by Arjun Raj Gaind.

Here’s a short summary of the book –  The book opens in the year 1984 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated. A young boy Himmat visits his grandparents in Amritsar, and he experiences first-hand the troubles that afflict Punjab. In 2014, Himmat lives in London and is still haunted by the events of the past that he was witness to in his childhood. He is unable to form lasting relationships with people, and he is wracked with guilt, wrestling with alcoholism and substance abuse. When he returns to India due to his grandfather’s illness, he begins his journey of healing and deals with what Operation Blue star left behind. The book is based on real events and talks about the impact of the assassination of the former Prime Minister on Punjab and India today.

The book will be released on 26th January 2021.  The Kindle edition is up for pre-order at INR 99 and it will be free on Kindle Unlimited.

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