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3rd Blogiversary…Buon Compleanno…

Daily (W)rite is 3 years old

Daily (W)rite is 3 years old

Can’t believe it has been 3 years….I post here only every now and then, but somehow this blog has survived all the neglect.

Thanks to this blog I’ve met some wonderful people, and that has more than repaid the sporadic effort I’ve put in.

A big THANK YOU to everyone who has commented on here, I love the coloured little box that tells me I have a comment!

It IS nice to go back and read my old posts, and comments by readers, and I hope I can carry this blog another year.


Damyanti Biswas

Damyanti Biswas is the author of You Beneath Your Skin and numerous short stories that have been published in magazines and anthologies in the US, the UK, and Asia. She has been shortlisted for Best Small Fictions and Bath Novel Awards and is co-editor of the Forge Literary Magazine. Her literary crime thriller series, the Blue Mumbai, is represented by Lucienne Diver from The Knight Agency. Both The Blue Bar and The Blue Monsoon were published in 2023.

I appreciate comments, and I always visit back. If you're having trouble commenting, let me know via the contact form, or tweet me up @damyantig !

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  • Gargi Mehra says:

    Hi, I recently came across your blog and started following it. I think you write very well. Congratulations on your 3rd blogiversary!

  • Happy anniversary!!

  • It will be greatly missed if you don’t carry on! Just as The Grumpy Old Bookman (Michael Allen) is missed. Could it have been there that I first met you?
    Ships that cross in the night are soon lost from sight. Blogs that cross in space create more enduring communication. GOB is forever there with Michael Allen’s helpful insights, tips, publishing information, book reviews, and so on. That which has been helpful to others goes on to assist all authors and would-be authors. Your site is incredibly helpful to anyone dropping in.
    (Thanks by the way for that reference you sent. Teaching experiences is one thing but the rest? (Church ministry?) Raking over old ashes (some incredibly painful) could have tremendous repercussions. Maybe even send me off on certain journeys of self-discovery and faith, perhaps giving strength. BUT could just as easily break me. If such a book should be published, changing names would not disguise the people involved. I have no wish to hurt.

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