My first solo e-book after years of getting my stories published in anthologies #BlogchatterEbook Looking forward! @blogchatter pic.twitter.com/DGxiajt0Ai
— Aseem Rastogi (@aseemrastogi2) May 20, 2020
I have always been very observant about whatever happens around us. A lot of my short stories and other forms of micro fiction over the years have always been based on what I have seen and what I feel may happen. The ability of humans to survive all odds and come up trumps is what keeps me going.
Each of the five stories in this e-book is based on my thoughts and experiences of the way humans survive in difficult situations.
There are so many of us who work late at night, don’t we? Haven’t we ever felt nervous on what could happen? A safari sounds like an experience of a lifetime. But what if things go awry? If you are on the way home and suddenly run into a tragedy happening around you, how would you react? Do you just run away? We all wait for that perfect holiday with our family. But what if the perfect holiday turns into a perfect nightmare?
On May 19, 2020
In Blogging Insights, My thots and scribbles
As in life, feedback is very important even when it comes to blogging. Without regular feedback, a blogger wouldn’t know how well he / she is connecting with the audience. The blogger wouldn’t know how to improve and take his / her blog to the next level.
And so I was quite intrigued when I saw the questions at Blogging Insights
How important is the comments section to your blog?
I would say it’s one of the most important sections since I feel that my audience helps me to keep improving myself day by day. Without their feedback, the blog would just be a barren land simply like a desert without any trees around.
Do you read comments on other people’s blogs / posts?
I guess it depends. Sometimes if I am referring to a blog for a piece of information, I would read the comments as well since I am of the belief that a lot of interesting insights are shared in the comments section in such cases. But in case if I am reading a poem or story on a blog, I wouldn’t really see the comments. Instead, I would just share my opinion.