The Chronicles of Village Life – Part 2

April 28th, 2019 Writing is the only thing that keep us writers sane. With every high point in life comes a low. And, right after every low comes a high. After yesterday’s excitement, I feel lonely and miserable today. There is no reason to feel so. And yet, I do. I had some comfort since … Continue reading The Chronicles of Village Life – Part 2

Reflections on ‘Surprising the Reader’ with Deepti Menon

The month-long Readomania Crime Writing Festival that's on in full swing on Twitter is as informative and exciting as a virtual writing festival can be. Every Tuesday and Thursday, an author takes the viewers and readers through the various aspects of crime and thriller writing. Along with the discussions, there is also an ongoing contest … Continue reading Reflections on ‘Surprising the Reader’ with Deepti Menon

10 Women-Friendly Work Spaces In India

10 Women-Friendly Work Spaces In India - An article written for by yours truly. I am sharing here an excerpt along with the link to the full article. Hope my writer or entrepreneur friends would find it helpful. Start-ups and entrepreneurship are the latest trends in modern and developing India, of course. And despite … Continue reading 10 Women-Friendly Work Spaces In India

VOTE NOW! Annual Bloggers Bash Awards NOW OPEN

Bloggers World has been nominated in Best Blogging Services Category. Please cast your valuable vote and help your favorite blogging forum to win.
And as we are a community forum where each of us deserves equal credit; so, Congratulations for the nomination. Now, Go Vote! 🙂
P.S. – also discover some amazing new blogs too.

Sacha Black

VOTE NOWThis is it. The waiting is finally over.

The Bloggers Bash Awards are now open for voting.

We had a HUGE number of nominations, over 350, so thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate.

Voting Closes June 9th at 12pm. The winners will be announced on June 11th at the Bash. If you can’t make it then a winners post will go live at 5:15pm on June 11th.

Choose carefully, you can only vote ONCE per category. There are 10 awards, (so it’s a long post) make sure you vote in them all.

Good luck to all the nominees.

Disclaimer: The committee has done their best to coordinate the nominations and to ensure, where possible, we gave nominees a choice of which category they wanted to be in. Due to time constraints and limited resources this may not have always been possible.

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Invitation for Blogger’s World

Blogger's World!

Blogger’s World is a great platform for bloggers around the world to come together and interact, support and connect with one other. We post topics of discussion, share links to our blog posts, and give and receive feedback on our writing. In addition to that, we also have lots of fun events, writing challenges, stimulating discussions and huge learnings.  A wide variety of features, articles and posts are discussed on a daily basis in the forum making it a lively, entertaining and interactive site.

We even have a very active and buzzing Facebook page where you can sample some of the articles written by our members.

Of course like any other community, it has certain rules and we all abide by them to make it a clean, fun place for everyone.

Active participation is welcome and encouraged, and if you would like to join us just drop in using your…

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The Camp NaNoWriMo Battle Victory

I've already been shouting about this from the roof-tops. I've also been dragging you along on my journey, turning to you often enough for moral support, motivation and encouragement. I only talked about my novel and of Camp NaNoWriMo this whole month. Looks like it worked after all. This is to thank you for standing … Continue reading The Camp NaNoWriMo Battle Victory

Of Rains and Rainbows: Solicit your feedback

A few months ago, a close friend had said this about me: “Give her any prompt and she dives right into it; writing in full flow.” At the time I had simply laughed and brushed it off. But her words came to mind yesterday after I completed the first assignment at the Interactive Flash Fiction … Continue reading Of Rains and Rainbows: Solicit your feedback

Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 7

With Camp NaNoWriMo in full swing and my Sikkim travel tales, the Story Continuation Challenge got second rate treatment, unfortunately. But here it is , with another interesting prompt this week. But first, over to last week's stories. I loved the stories that came in last week. Let me repeat that. Absolutely, loved them! With such … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 7

Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 6

It's heartening to see the creativity and stories you spin from just one random sentence. Last week's prompt couldn't have been easy. It was as random as can be and yet, some of the most interesting stories came out of it. Even the additional challenge doesn't seem to anything more than an interesting angle for you … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 6

That Dreaded Thing Called ‘Self Doubt’

I recently read somewhere that if you are extremely passionate about something, then that thing is probably ‘your calling’. How many times has it happened that we really care about something deeply, only to not pursue it seriously? I know it happens to me frequently enough. The most recent instance being my desire to write … Continue reading That Dreaded Thing Called ‘Self Doubt’