Liebster Blog Award

Hello, everyone!
I’ve been nominated for Liebster Blog Award by Shivam.I’m glad to be part of such an amazing idea to promote and support fellow bloggers on WordPress. He writes these amazing movie reviews and thinks that movies teach us a lot and I totally agree with him being a big movie geek.

Shivam asked these questions from all his nominees:

• What are you most proud of in life?

I am proud that I studied well and fulfilled my mother’s dream to see me as an independent girl. She is not very educated but a great mother and I love her a lot.

• For what in your life do you feel most grateful?

I am grateful for my family and friends who love a lot,encourage me and believe in me.

• Which is your favorite movie and why?

This is a very difficult question for me to answer but I’ll try.The Notebook and The Fault in our Stars are two of my most favorite movies as well as novels.The Notebook because it gives a hope to all of us that true love can be found and lasts till your last breath.The fault in our stars because no matter what is your age your weakness if a person falls in love with you he will be with you.I can say so much about them but I recommend you all to watch the movies but only after you read the novels because you can’t miss them!

• Where would you like to go if you have to go on a solo trip?

I would like to do a solo road trip to Ladakh on a bike.I wish I can do that someday.

• What is the ultimate goal of your life?

To be happy,to love and care and explore the world and do all the adventures possible. To live my life to the fullest.

• Which well-known personality, dead or alive, you relate to the most?

I guess Ranveer Singh. He is funny,crazy and childish just like me.


The look in his eyes that makes me wanna conquer the world with my tiny little hands 😊


Sorry readers and fellow authors, it’s been a long time since I posted something here. I had my final exams. But I’m back. 😊

You Are Special- Friday Fictioneers


She woke up to the aroma of cheese filling the house. She looked for Ayaan but he was not beside her on the bed.
She followed the aroma to the kitchen.

“What are you doing up so early?”

“Hey sweetheart good morning, how are you doing today?”

“ Yeah! Answer the question first.”

“Today you are not allowed to enter the kitchen my lady. I’m here to serve you.”

“And why is that so?”

Beep Beep. Ayaan took the pizza out from the microwave.

“Happy Women’s Day love, you might forget how special you are but I won’t ever.”


(99 words)

This was written as part of the Friday Fictioners which is run and organised by Rochelle.If you’d like to participate, visit here.

P.S- I haven’t been able to post anything for a long time I’m sorry for that. My grandma passed away on 31st march 2017 and we miss her so much. This is for her and all the love she showered on our family. May she rest in peace.

I owe it to him – Friday Fictioneers


My father had always dreamt of building a boat but his obsession of drinking killed him with hepatic cancer before he could gather enough funds.
I do not blame him. After my mother died and I moved to a different city for my post graduation, alcohol was his soul companion.

That day I was at our home and I found out a layout for the boat that my father had designed.
My wife Mary thought it was a bad idea to leave my job and devote my time in building a boat.

But I owe it to him.


This is written for Rochelle Wisoff-Field’s Friday Fictioneers challenge based on this photo by Fatima Fakier Deria.

Chained-Friday Fictioneers

To fraternize with people was never my cup of tea. I lay on the bed. They had tied my hands and legs. The effect of tranquilizers was vanishing. Sweat dripped from my face and my body shivered. If only I could get that white powder which makes me drift to my never land where I am not a social threat, where I am not psychotic.

I wonder how was world outside the rehab doing but they won’t let me go outside the gates and see for myself. So I closed my eyes and tried dozing off again. 

(97 words)


Thanks to Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers for hosting. If you’d like to participate, visit here.

P.S – Please Read my take on the prompt and comment your views. 

They know me and I know them- Friday Fictioneers

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I was returning back to my home after 20 years.This was the place I grew up in. I was driving by the park and I saw the giant wheel around which me and my friends loved to play. It titillated me that it was still there though time had taken its toll on it too.

I stopped my car,went near it and felt it under my hands. I realised some things never change or may be memories play a part in keeping everything alive. This is my wheel,my park, my birth place, my home. They know me and I know them.

(100 words)

This is for Friday Fictioneers. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for running the challenge and Jennifer Pendergast for providing the prompt photo!


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