Wednesday, February 2, 2022

My February IWSG Post


I’m just waiting for this dreadful pandemic to end, life has been on a start and stop mode for more than two years now. Its high time we emerge from this large shadow of Corona Virus and all its variants. Covid19 has become my most disliked word.

January for me was a month of reading lots and lots of books. A book I thoroughly enjoyed was ‘A man called Ove’ by Fredrik Backman. Though slow, it’s a heart-tugging and poignant tale. I also finally managed to read Ikigai and few other books.

Due to family health issues, I completely forgot about IWSGPit on Twitter. I really feel bad about missing it. Hope the participating writers got lots of agent love?

It’s time for another IWSG (Insecure Writers Support Group) post. IWSG was started by the amazing Alex J Cavanaugh. Alex Cavanaugh is the author of Amazon Bestsellers: CassaStar, CassaStorm, CassaFire and Dragon of the Stars. Do visit the IWSG website for more information on this wonderful group and some writing related posts. To read the other IWSG posts, visit the group’s page.

February 2 question - Is there someone who supported or influenced you that perhaps isn't around anymore? Anyone you miss?

The awesome co-hosts for the February 2 posting of the IWSG are Joylene Nowell Butler, Jacqui Murray, Sandra Cox and Lee Lowery!

Frankly no. I don’t think I had any writing support or influence in life. I tend to support myself and constantly motivate myself. But I miss an uncle who always read every story and feature of mine and made it a point to convey his appreciation of the same.

Hope you all are staying safe? Any news to share?