Over the Years



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This Limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 46: Over the Years.

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Varying numericals, changing patterns,
Tools and techniques, enlightening lanterns,
Fossils and inventions,
Unexplored dimensions,
Humanity and love, question of concerns!


You can read the limericks written by others here, by clicking on the blue fellow :

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NaNoWriMo 2016 – Week 2 Updates


It has been a long running week with lots of commitments and travels. I still have blogs, comments and posts to follow up and will do that sometime soon. Thank you to all the fellow bloggers for being so supportive. Amidst all, here goes my NaNoWriMo updates for week two:

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Day 14 has started and I am yet to update my word count. Until day 13, here are the stats:

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Pre-work in week one did help in balancing the word count for week two. I have a total of 27,741 words and almost done with the main plot of the novel. Well, it’s not going to be easy ahead unless some new characters or plots are not pitched in!

Crossing the half mark of 25k words was fun. On November 13th there was a day long marathon sprint in WRIMO INDIA group. Hosting a session and joining few sprints helped me back to kick off after a break.

If you are participating as well, add me as your buddy there. My id is prakash_hegade. Happy writing everyone! Smiles! 

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Related Posts:

1. i 4 you – NaNoWriMo 
2. NaNoWriMo 2016 – Week 1 Updates

Odd Man Out



Indian Bloggers

This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 41.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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Photo by Dmitri Popov via Unsplash

The puzzle with the image questioned, “Pick the odd man out: Pillars or Windows or Lamps or Frames or Patterns?”

Thoughts float around the hall.

The winning answer said, “The odd man out must be the Man behind/inside those pillars or windows or lamps or frames or patterns.”


Also tagging for the Daily Prompt Post: OR

NaNoWriMo 2016 – Week 1 Updates


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Here I end my first week of NaNoWriMo. It was an exciting week. I felt I was running a sprint for the whole week. There was a context switching between various works and a messy time table. Very Messy!

I have participated in sprints organized by WRIMO India everyday at 11.00am and 9.00pm (there were many sprints, these are the ones which I participated). These sprints were organized with amazing energy and the ML’s are just awesome! I have got 1000+ words in every sprint. Here are my stats for the first week:

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I had a lot of hurry up in the first week because I have some travels and research related deadlines in the second week. I am going to slow down in the second week however I will try my best to keep up with the pace.

I am happy with the way novel is turning out. 18, 082 words is sure a happy number. For one who does not write more than 200 words in blog posts, this has been quite motivating.  Met many influential people and the pep talks have been very energizing.

If you are participating as well, add me as your buddy there. My id is prakash_hegade. Happy weekend everyone! Smiles! 

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The Cover design of Novel I am scribbling for NaNoWriMo.

Captain Hyperbole



Indian Bloggers

This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 40.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

My story this week is three hyperbole’s associated with three elements in the image: Smoke, Darkness and Human.

Hyperbole is exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally. It is an unreal exaggeration to emphasize the real situation.

Who could be the captain Hyperbole?

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photo by Dominik Martin

I am so hungry, I could eat you” – Smoke

I am as dark as your inner beauty” – Darkness

Smoke clouds bring silver linings to my darkness ” – Human


Also tagging for the daily prompt post: Hyperbole