Presenting to you timeless advice on writing by great people.
I am a human who craves freedom. I look at reading and traveling as the gateway to my freedom.
A letter to November.
After almost 13 months of bookstagramming, I made my 400th post recently. I thought of making it a bit personal and expressive, so I went ahead penning down how I got into reading and writing.
Self-love in the tremendously competitive scenario of social media is crucial for surviving and thriving.
In this blog post, I am talking about my favorite kind of books. Click here to read more.
Stuck between accepting our true self and trying to mold and fit into others' frames of expectations, we certainly spend our entire lives fidgeting with the two contrasting thoughts.
On this special day of yours, I thought of kicking my gut to write a letter for you, my dear book.
Walk through the galaxies carrying fire in your soul, recite your dreams and build a world of your own! A letter to the girl who reads.
Books are amazing friends. They prove to be your lobster when everything and everyone vanishes. They are your best friends!
What is it that brings me every single time to them? Read my thoughts.
November is about to end and the cold winds have started finding their way to us. Do you know how do they make their home in us? Read along to find out.
Have you ever thought of October in different ways? It has been extolled and criticised yet is an integral part of us. Read more here!
Books are greatest friends. Read on to know how I fell in love with them.
How does it feel when the cold bites? Read this poem by Khyati Gautam
Life is sitting at the edge of burning out and the fear of not living enough is crippling it. Why is it that we tend to realize the value of something only when it starts running away from us? Why don't we love before the remorse of not being able to love enough endangers our… Continue reading Live More Than Death