Sunday Featured Blogger #7

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Kadambari Singh 

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

Hi, I am a marketer by profession and personally a student. I love intellectually stimulating talks and so consider myself a learner and read, listen and observe is my philosophy to move ahead. I have two major OCD

 – to change and improve every month, anyone who meets me after a while has to say I have changed and I mean more than the physical change.

-to plan and write things and a planner addict too.

And do I need to say I am lazy…but working on it.

I blog at www.thevibrantdiaries.blogspot.com and it’s my heart out there in print. It’s is something real something fiction, some dreams some reality.

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

The biggest growth factor I found online is blogchatter community.  It taught me about social media dynamics, community factor, alexa and so much more.  Through this I have met some amazing inspiring people, never face to face but the support extended can never be considered less. Stephen from my 1st blogchatter blogbuddy group who taught me so many things from blog scheduling to writing topics and still helps in post ideas. I have made some friends in my city who blog as freelancers, professionals, from start ups and it’s enriching to meet them and learn new things. Best of all met Deepali Adhikary on blogchatter and part of same blogbuddy group and then on my city community and there we came to know that we are from the same place.

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

My day begins and ends with my office in between I ensure I walk for an hour, click some pictures and read a book along. And the only thing pinches me most is my blog is my heart but I care less about it than my work. The one tip I need most is how to work and consider my blog as my venture without getting lazy and taking it for granted.

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

My best post is a story said in 4 parts…Those were the days.

And worst…too many bad posts and the worst will be my attempt at writing some fashion and how to mix up in my early days…and I don’t remember the post title.

Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

Tina – twinklingtina… She is a superwoman.. I actually don’t know how many hours she has in a day but she surely knows how to make each count.

Shijini – moderngypsy… Just love her love for art and her monthly letters. So much hard work on the blog.

Malini Agrawal – Miss Malini… She makes good money out of blogging something I thought to blog for when I was jobless.

Sandeep Atre – Sandeep Atre…. He writes about relationships, succinct and apt, he has a way with words and almost always hits the bull’s eye.

 Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

Completing AtoZ blogging challenge 2016, converting posts in an e book and the Alexa challenge 2016.  Been a lazy blogger 2016 was my first year attempting any challenges and being successful with these two out of 4 I tried.

If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

My suggestions would be –

– Take it seriously.

– Experiment with everything till you find your niche.

– You are nothing without a community.

I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial (A new section on my blog where I would put these good words…or maybe the bad ones too)

You are the bold, upfront sensible blogger for me. Your writings are you but at the same time there’s a thin line which you maintain and never let anyone totally into your personal life. Your dedication to the blog and the planning and execution is what I am sold out on. I repeat,  please help me with your daily /weekly/monthly planning and implementation I really want to learn.

Kadambari Singh –  Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Instagram

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Sunday Featured Blogger #6

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Shraesta Suresh

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

Loony girl struggling to connect pieces of jigsaw puzzle in her life. Highly affected with gems of books reading and writing blogs. Trying hard to be a green pea along with Twinkle Khanna, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler pods. Just pick up your green lantern while you enter my blog world to share and comment my posts with prosperity. I’m sure it shows or brightens your mechanic brain to spark new notions.

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

Romilaa one of the best blogger I have met so far in my twitter nest. Inspired from her works I hatched my blo(egg)s. So many wonder moms I have met and boosted up with their works – Amrita, Bushra, Shalini, Natasha, Tina, Geethica, Zainab, Mayuri, Deepa, Upasana, Masoom and Ishieta and the list goes on.

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

Apart from blogging my routine is as busy bee wrapped up with loads of works. Reading books,writing randomly what I feel,helping mom in cooking, washing bike and car, immerse myself in deep thoughts.

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

 All my posts are best and worst for me. Because every posts teaches me to improve and compete with myself.
My best: http://shraes.blogspot.in/2017/02/wow-my-life-in-10-sentences.html?m=1
My worst: http://shraes.blogspot.in/2016/12/weird-but-lucrative-ashion-i-was.html?m=1

Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

Romilaa- For her short and crisp posts with clawing words which captivates readers heart towards her blog.

Kavipriya Moorthy- Her new prompts and the way she boldly presses her fingers from her four Chambers of heart is admirable.

Amrita Basu- As a doctor she helps out readers with her health posts ensuring nutrition to stay strong and active.

Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

Haven’t achieved but have fixed a gauge in my writing to know the amount of creativity inside me. Every posts makes me achievable to blast confetti to my own party.

If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

Everyone has a world inside their hands that no one knows. Your hands are tree which gives fruits in tonnes,soft as butterfly’s wings or wide as the sky. Just shed out your inner lives with your violin of thoughts.

I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial.

Out of 10 I would give 10 to you. You are seriously amazing with your writings. For every newbies you are the rebel star in their dark sky. Every time I read your post it gives me three knots in my mind Inspiration, Inspiration and more Inspiration. 

Shraesta Suresh –  Twitter | Blog 

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Sunday Featured Blogger #5

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Zainab Raazi

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

I’m Zainab, mom of twin boys and wife of one 😉 I’m a fitness enthusiast and you would know that if you are connected to me via my blog or twitter. I love to travel and am a TV buff, and I might have seen almost all the TV series (English)

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

I have met some wonderful people via blogging and via twitter/ Instagram.

My oldest friend is Theresa (http://www.theresasmixednuts.com/-) and she really helped with the traffic of my blog back in 2013.

Then, I met you (Romilaa) back in 2015 and you helped me take my blog to another level altogether. Not, to forget how you pimped my blog looks from an ugly duckling to this lovely swan it is now.

I have to mention Tanvee, (http://lessonsnotesandquotes.blogspot.in) has helped with my diet and workouts and she lost around 40 kilos!

And, I continue to meet some great people via twitter.  Bushra (allaboutthewoman.com) Amrita (healtwealthbridge.com) have helped me a lot as well with my understanding of the blogosphere!

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

Seriously, I just used to spend time on blogging at Spark People, as I was looking for weight loss tips and, my kids were smaller then so a lot of time was consumed into parenting!

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

I do not think I have any posts that I love as such – But I do like the posts of my AtoZ challenge.  I’m trying to be as good as I can. And, I do think there are a few posts, which are not too good. My rants…LOL

 Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

 Katie – runsforcookies.com – if it was not for her blog I would never be at a good weight, perhaps I would have ballooned up further.

Romila’s– Novemberschild.com- because your blog is so beautiful and complete.  It helps me to stay focused and hope to be at a good place in blogging some day.

Khushboo’s -Kthadani.com and Tanvee’s (http://lessonsnotesandquotes.blogspot.in)- the recipes, the workouts and the weight loss….all make me look up to both of them.

Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

 I took part in a story writing competition, and two of my stories won a prize!

 If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

 Be honest; do not write something just because it is true. It should be true to you. Social Media is a blessing in disguise. Make your twitter and instagram etc, if possible the same name as your blog. Choose a theme for your blog, travel, weight loss, cooking or random musings—but it should have a theme!

 I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial

Your writings are honest, and that’s why I think you get so many hits on your blog. You seem to know ‘something’ about ‘everything’ under the sun and, that’s a great thing according to me. It has been great knowing you, and would love to meet you in person some day!

Zainab Raazi–  Twitter | Blog 

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Sunday Featured Blogger #4

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Vasantha Vivek

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

I am Vasantha Vivek. I am a happy woman, daughter, sister, wife, mother, teacher, friend, mentor, seeker, lover. I am a teacher by profession. I was a professor at an Engineering College for nearly 15 years. Teaching is my passion. Reading is my love. Cooking is my heart. I enjoy reading and writing very much. Now I’m blogging about relationship, love, family, parenting and social issues at My Sweet Nothings.  I feel proud and happy to feature many of my fellow mommy bloggers in “This Mom’s Life” – guest post series. Also I write articles for Indian Moms Connect, Monsoon Breeze, Parentous, Women’s Web, mycity4kids and World Of Moms. Also I have coauthored a book titled “100 Moms One Journey” and an e-magazine titled “Raising World children”.

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

I love to meet people both at real and virtual. I feel bloggers’ meet is fantastic. I was blessed to meet one of my blogger friends for the first time during February of this year. I would cherish this first blogger meet for my lifetime. I was really thrilled and excited to meet Kala of relax-N-rave. She made our day with her pleasant smile, unconditional love and lot of affection. I would add meeting of two friends paved the path for the friendship of two families.

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

I will be reading books, magazines or blogs. Also I may cook something special for my family. I will be doing my yoga and meditation practices. Also I will be happy on doing some random acts of kindness.

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

Always I would prefer my “This Mom’s Life” – guest post series as my best post. Since I started this series to feature my mommy blogger friends even before I came to know the significance and importance of guest posts. By this series, I have featured nearly 26 mom bloggers on my blog. Feeling proud about that. And I never consider any of my posts as a worst post. Since they are born out of my feelings as words. I treat every post of mine as my child. So naturally no mom would consider their kids as worst.

Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

Anamika of thebespectacledmother for she’s my other part. We do have many resemblances both on life and writing. She’s my best firend on this blogosphere and I love to meet her in person very soon. Shailaja of Diary Of Doting Mom. Her writings are powerful and abundant of life values. Yet she writes very friendly and simple. She’s my inspiration on blogging. Romila of Novemberschild. We both are November’s children. I love her for her friendliness and boldness. Her blog speaks her heart. She’s very helping for newbie bloggers.

Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

 I just started my blog as a hobby during 2014. Now my blog has a wider reach of 480 followers after getting self hosted during last November. I feel proud on posting nearly 500 posts so far. I aspire to be a published author this year.

If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

Write your heart out. Keep quality of your posts at higher priority than the quantity of posts. Also be firm in writing your unique content. Be patient. Happily connect with more people. Read many blogs.

I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial (A new section on my blog where I would put these good words…or maybe the bad ones too)

Romila, really feeling blessed to find you on this blogosphere. You are my best friend to be counted for all my needs. I adore your writings. You inspire every blogger through your posts. Keep this spirit and courage always. You are an awesome blogger with participation on A to Z challenge for two consecutive years. I enjoyed your micro poems and felt proud on reviewing your second e=book on micro poems. Keep growing and Keep spreading love.

Vasantha Vivek–  Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Instagram

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Sunday Featured Blogger #3

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Dipika Singh

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers? 

I am a simple person with big dreams, the idea is to make sure people know you in your niche’, believer of Karma. My BLOG is exact representation of me – Open, Bold, never hold back & Loyal. My commitment to ‘gleefulblogger’, is to keep it unadulterated & original.

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

I consider myself fortunate to get connected with some of the best in blogging world. I participate in weekly Blog Hops and glad to be associated with such trails like – #mondaymommymoments by Amrita Basu & Deepa Gandhi. #ThankfulThursdays by Mayuri, Tina Basu, Deepa & Amrita. Twitter Chats by Synergy #SY5Chat. Ruchi Verma from WigglingPen helped me during my initial learning days. Romila’s NovermberChild gave me my very first Guest Post, Vasantha Vivek featured me on her ‘This Mom’s Life’ chapter. Its sheer love.

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

Life gets little twisted with a little person at home, I can hardly find time for myself when she’s around. My day revolves around her demands and her studies but when she’s off to school it’s a wild run for me. I do my stuff, watch my movies on Romedy Now or hang out with bestie in local café’s. I love cooking for our family of 3 – simple, sober and nutritious food. During academic sessions, I prepare for my lectures to be delivered at Colleges.

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

I love reading, when the content is good one feel attached to it. For me writing should be natural – without preservatives. I write with lot of research & clear mind, hence love all my posts (apart from the ones done to get paid) Like any creative person I hate plagiarism, stealing ideas is a NO GO for me.

Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

I love reading @vikramwkarve – his posts are magical, fictional short stories from his wealthy experience of over 3 decades. @misra_amrita she’s a Doctor by profession & amazing blogger by passion – her posts are quite informative and I am always amazed how she makes sure to write, publicize, collaborate on the daily basis. @Mayuri6 from srimiri.in her writing portfolio touches my strings. I look upto her feed and thoroughly enjoyed her A-Z Blogchatter campaign. These are just few names, I love reading from many bloggers who are dedicated to their indigenous approach and write unadulterated, like – Deepa Gandhi from @kreativemommy, Smita Pal from @theavgmom,  MinakshiBajpai from @themommytimeline….

Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

Achievement small or big always bring pride, my very first blog post chose as runner-up in blog contest, got me hooked to writing more. I was chosen as Consistent Writer by #MMM for the month of Feb (amrita & deepa) Above all the constant appreciation from fellow blogger keep my spirits high.

If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

Decide your area of interest first, don’t be ‘jack of all trades’, bring originality, good content to writing – Don’t start BLOGGING as compensatory venture.

I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial (A new section on my blog where I would put these good words…or maybe the bad ones too)

You for me are a Bold, Smart & On your face person. I got connected to you via twitter, you read my early posts and straightaway told me – ‘do a guest post for me’. I like your writings (tough sometimes have to fetch dictionary to get some words) and love your dedication. Your ever ‘happy to help’ approach is boon for new bloggers. I loved surfing through November’s Child – it’s wealthy resource. 

Dipika Singh–  Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Instagram

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Sunday Featured Blogger #2

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The Blogger to be featured today is Mithila Menezes 

Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

 I’m Mithila Menezes, and I blog at Broken Blue Bubbles. I’m known as fabulus1710 on social media. I’ve been blogging for more than two years. I love alliteration, and that is pretty evident from my blog name! What people know about me via my blog is that I like to add unique insights to common topics, or blog about unique topics. And, I love to listen to violin covers of popular songs! What many people don’t know is that I dream of living in a castle, with ceiling to floor bookshelves, unlimited strawberries, teeth that don’t get yellow when I drink tea and an orchestra which is available at my beck and call!

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

I’ve met many amazing people online via blogging communities, Blog-A-Rhythm and Blogchatter. As of March 2017, I haven’t met any bloggers in my offline life, and I hope to change that soon! One funny thing I’d like to tell your readers is that I interacted with you for the first time not via a blogging community, as expected,  but via the The Sunday Book Club chat!

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

I’m currently pursuing my undergraduation in the field of commerce. So, when I’m not blogging, I’m mostly in college/home studying. If not studying, I’m probably reading a book. If I’m not reading a book, I’m hunting for new books to read! So my life outside blogging pretty much revolves around the written word too. I do dabble in creative arts like quilling and scrapbooking, though.

Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

My most favourite blog post till date has to be ‘Business Lessons from Lord Voldemort’. I combined two of my passions, Harry Potter and learning about business, and managed to create a post which was utterly unique. My least favourite post would not be just one, but almost all the posts I did in my first year of blogging. Most of my posts back then lacked uniqueness and humour. I didn’t write with the aim of understanding the reader and giving them knowledge to take back from the post, but with the sole intention of sharing MY thoughts. Which is not the right way to go about blogging, especially if you want to ensure that your audience stays with you for a long long time.

Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

There are way more than three bloggers! I specially love Cookie Crumbs Inc, which has some spectacularly awesome posts. The blogger describes emotions, feelings, objects with so much detail, care and affection! When I read the posts, I feel like I’ve drowned into a tub of literary ink and I don’t want to escape from it! For book reviews, Sreesha over at Rain and a Book is the blogger to read. Thanks to her, I have heard of and read many awesome books.

Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

For me, the awards and recognition are just a way to prove that inspite of being young, I can write pretty well! The thing that matters most to me is the feedback I get from bloggers I look up to, and the messages I get from people saying that my blog posts are totally relatable, and that they look forward to reading what a teenager has to say about random things! But to answer your question, winning two Blogstar awards via Blogchatter has to be the best thing I’ve ever achieved in blogging.

If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

Do it, only if you have something worthwhile to share. If you are just going to say what everyone else is saying, you might as well do everyone a favour and just share content that everyone has already said! Mind you, I don’t expect people to come up with content that no one has ever seen before. That’s impossible. But, the one thing that everyone likes, irrespective of whether they are bloggers or not, is a unique touch to something they already know. For example, if you are blogging about a day at the beach, describing the high, blue waves would be pretty mundane, because everyone has been to the beach and seen waves. But, if you describe your emotions as you watched the waves, share your memories about beautiful days you have spent at the beach eating groundnuts and making sandcastles, or even if you imagine out loud about the struggles of the stall-owner selling eatables on the beach, it adds your perspective to a routine topic. And people appreciate reading what other people felt about things that they themselves have experienced. Either they relate with it, or they nod their head in agreement with what you’ve written, and learn a new way of looking at things which is the whole point of any literary communication.

I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me – this would serve as a testimonial.

You are the most active, disciplined blogger I have ever seen! I read your tweet about having done more posts till now than the days of the year, and my jaw fell to the ground. Your kind of awesome is really rare, and I hope you never change! I enjoy the Twitter quizzes you post, and I eagerly wait for them. Even though I haven’t met you offline, I’m assuming you always have some kind of planner ready wherever you go, and a notebook to jot down blog post inspiration everyday!

Mithila Menezes –  Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Instagram

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Sunday Featured Blogger #1

With the start of this month May, I am starting a new, weekly series, on my blog.  In it I am featuring 20 bloggers for 20 Sundays starting from today till September 2017. 

The first Blogger to be featured today – May 4th 2017 is Kunal Dhiren Patrawala. 

1. Can you tell me a little about yourself and your blog – mentioning something known and unknown to the readers?

I am a normal guy from a small town of Lonavala (hill station near Mumbai) I have huge ambitions in life. I find solace in words and healing people of their emotional sorrows, I took up writing in order to reach out to people in pain and sorrow and help them to fight it, conquer it and make them habituated to the habit of never giving up in life whatsoever.

2. Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog or through blogging communities?

I have got many emails from people around the globe. Many have the same kind of issues and I have solutions for all. A human mind is different from the other; every human understands feels and reacts to pain in different manner, so I have to come up with different solutions always. These people present to me challenges, to come up with new ideas to inspire my fellow humans using the power of my words and that 8gms of brain I have installed in my head Lol.

3. What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog? You can tell me about your usual day routine.

I am a real estate broker; my work includes meeting potential clients and converting them into customers for the properties listed with me. It’s a sales background job and hence it keeps my brain working the whole time. Besides this I start my day at 5 in the morning after finishing my daily morning activities I hit the gym. I have lost around 32 kgs of weight in the last 8 months. I was huge, fat and low on stamina back then. I weighed somewhere around 110 kgs today I weigh 82 kgs. I am working hard every day to get into shape. I also do stand-up comedy as a hobby and also mimic some Indian actors. Other than this I am full time nanny to my senior citizen parents. When your parents become senior citizens they actually become babies you have to be their parent, nanny and also their friend. I just hope I am fulfilling that duty well.

4. Everyone has a favourite/least favourite post. Tell me about your best and worst post and why?

Creating magic with words is an art and no artist would ever be able to rank his art into favourites. However, the best post I have written till date is THE T-SHIRT THEORY. This theory helps face the rejection trauma with a very simple solution. My worst post is a letter I had written from a hospital, I was admitted there for some personal reasons. I hate to admit but I was on the verge of entering into depression when I did that stupid thing of writing that letter. For me depression is the most pathetic abuse to myself.

5. Name some of the bloggers – at least 3 of your favourites, whom you look up to and why?

1. The very first name that comes to my mind is of a friend, she has the blog by the name akritimattu.blog, she is an amazing writer, also she is very knowledgeable. I respect her brain for all the knowledge it has in it and all the confidence she carries with herself.
2. The second blogger I like is poems-realnetworth.blogspot.in it’s penned beautifully and also the posts are well related to day to day issues and stuff that helps to handle situations well. The poems posted are beautiful; being a poet myself I adore good poetries.
3. The third blog that I like is inpursuitofwakingup.wordpress.com it has beautiful posts on romance. I am a die-hard romantic

6. Tell me about your proudest achievement(s)? (Related to Blogging)

Well, an artist is always proud when his work is appreciated. I am proud my work is not only appreciated but also inspiring people. I get mails from people who have read my posts asking me many questions of issues in life and how can they tackle them. What can be a more proud feeling than this?

7. If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?

Blogging is actually pretty simple. A masterpiece is something the writer enjoyed writing. If he did not enjoy writing it the readers will never enjoy reading it. It does not matter about the vocabulary or grammar, if it did not entice the thought process of the writer and make him think out of the box then it won’t entertain the readers.

8. I am sure you know me as a blogger or your friend on social media or may be even as a person in real so how would you rate my writings and tell me your honest opinion on me. 

Just one word. DEEP. You are deep writer, and a deep writer does not need to have huge words in her purse of vocabulary, she just needs to convey the message, which you aptly do. I cannot be the judge of the kind of person you are as we have never met personally, but whatever little I know of you through Twitter, I am pretty sure you are a go getter and a person with a lot of positivity, this is one thing which I respect and adore a lot about you.

Kunal Patrawala –  Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Instagram

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