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The Recovering Writer You have probably noticed, if you are one of the blessed souls who bother to read this dear, little blog regularly, that I haven’t written or posted anything in this space for over a month now. Yet, … Continue reading
A Bookworm’s Summer Part 2 June, 2010 On the first day at work, I was told to reach the bookstore late in the morning. Since I didn’t know how to ‘dress for work’, I resorted to the safest bet- a … Continue reading
That time of the year is here again when my consumption of tea multiplies many fold. Autumn is here, ‘can Winter be far behind?’. The nights give that chilly, goosebumpby feeling. I sink in my bed often, with a … Continue reading