About Damyanti

Damyanti Biswas lives in Singapore, and works with Delhi’s underprivileged children as part of Project Why, a charity that promotes education and social enhancement in underprivileged communities. Her short stories have been published in magazines in the US, UK, and Asia, and she helps edit the Forge Literary Magazine.

Represented by Ed Wilson from Johnson & Alcock.

Find her published work here.

Comments on this blog are welcome. You can send tweets to @damyantig or mail to write@damyantiwrites.com . Nothing would make this blogger happier than having you Subscribe to posts via email.

This blog has a Facebook Page, where Damyanti discusses all her loves: Writing, Social Justice, Travel, and Reading.

Come join the fun!


No Awards Acceptance PolicyDamyanti Biswas Writing Blog: This blog does not accept Blog Awards that involve awarding others and passing on the love, etc. A blog post about it here.

(I believe I show my appreciation when I comment on other blogs, link to them, share their posts on social media, or reblog them with my take. I do not give out awards, and do not expect them. A Like or a Comment from you will make my day, and I’ll visit and chat with you in turn. But please, no blog awards.

Any blog awards with links will now straight go to spam, from which I’ll rescue your comment, but not the link. I hope you understand, and can forgive me.)




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  1. robertcday

    You’re about the only person that’s continued to Like my posts through a period of spotty contribution. Thanks for that, Damyanti. πŸ™‚
    Kindness – Robert.

  2. Kalpana Manivannan

    Its lovely reading about you and your blog. I love the way you are so clear and upfront about what you like and don’t like. I really admire that quality. Stay so and inspire others. And thank you for liking my blog. Happy to have connected with you.

  3. John Gabriel Otvos

    Bless you for appreciating what I have written about The Last Chance for animals. The world situation is not looking very bright at present. I wonder if like minded people such as we both, can find a mechanism to engage their collective hearts, in altering the course of this impending climate breakdown. It is affecting the non-local unconscious, so much so as to cause these irreverent murders such as the US school shootings and the Toronto street random van murders. Sorry, but I deleted my FB profile a month back as I am unable to stomach Mark any longer.

  4. Anonya

    Thank you for visiting my blog! You certainly have a lot going on over here. Congratulations on your awards. Your short story “Picasso Dreams” was so creative! I read that you like gifts of chocolate, tea and travel vouchers. I do not blame you! Well, since chocolate generally melts in the post, and drinking tea sent from strangers is probably a little worrisome, and I do not have the money for travel vouchers, I will leave a comment instead to say “thank you” for visiting and wish you all the best as you continue your writing. πŸ™‚

    • Damyanti Biswas

      Anonya, your comment means the world, better than chocolates, tea, and travel vouchers combined. On days I can’t bring myself to write a single word, I open up the comments and read them. They inspire me to go on. So thankyou for your comment, and I hope to see many more of them in the coming weeks and months.

      • Anonya

        I understand how you feel. Comments can be like a little virtual nudge to keep going. Someone is listening. What we say is heard. Of course, a little chocolate, tea, and a vacation never hurts as well. πŸ™‚ But I hear you.


    Don’t know how you glommed onto my site, but I appreciate the look and the consideration from across the world. Your site has some things for me to consider/think about. I am a sedentary blogger, a retiree who spends an inordinate amount of time in doctors’ offices, it seems. I have three memories/memoirs waiting for time-to-publish. But there is no time…. Perhaps I shall find some here with you.

  6. Philip V. Ariel (@PVAriel)

    Hi Damyayanti,
    What a joy to be here after a while.
    It is indeed a great please to be on your page.
    Indeed you have a lost of readable resources here.
    Will visit all and will comeback with my feedback.
    I appreciate your support via G+ twitter etc.
    May you have a wonderful weekend.
    Keep informed
    Best Regards
    ~ Philip

  7. thelongview

    Hello, Damyanti! Thanks for visiting my blog! Flash fiction is new to me and maybe it will take a little getting used to. Yours is very intriguing, and therefore a good intro to the genre. Also, your dedication is impressive!

  8. plaintain1

    Damyanti, thanks for liking my blog about Samuel L Jackson on Black British actors. Even though my blog was a slightly on a different tack (being TV presenter in South Africa), the response was very positive. Take care.

  9. Maitabi Banerjee

    I am so touched by your gesture Damyanti. Thanks for stopping over my blog. Your blog by the way is an institution. Loved it. Let’s stay in touch. Big hug 😊😊

  10. sonyaspreenbates

    Great website here, Damyanti. Thanks for sharing so much useful information. I love that you have not just put in your own writing tip about what works for you, but took the time to find out tips from authors, editors and literary agents. I’ll be keeping an eye out for future posts.

  11. griote

    Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post. Following. As an aspiring writer, it is always a good idea to read more tips and advice. Wishing you the best.

  12. jennc310

    Excited to explore your site, and thank you for stopping by mine. And PS, I love to potter about my garden as well. Cheers.

  13. myawesomelittleman

    Hi Damyanti, thank you for reaching out and following my blog. Youve got a great blog ! How very interesting! You’ve got some great information to share, especially for new bloggers too. Thanks for sharing your vibrant personality. I might take a stab at your guest blog (once again, great idea!) and I will definitely steal sometime to read more about your work. much love x x

  14. calensariel

    What a beautiful, sharp looking blog! Good luck with your transfer! And thanks so much for the follow. I look forward to see you around the blogs! πŸ™‚

  15. Martian

    thanks for the follow! i was in singapore last year we were connected with other blog but i was away and happy to reconnect again!

  16. Louise Foerster

    NANOWRIMO is marvelous — challenging to be sure, but exhilarating — I’ve participated 8 times and am considering going for 9….Wishing you the best — will join your community if I decide it’s a go!

  17. Aniki

    Hi Damyanti. Thanks for the follow. It is nice to meet you! Your voice resonates with strength and inspiration. I look forward to reading moreπŸ˜€

  18. Susan

    I was already flattered to have your comment and your follow – then I read that compassion is your only religion – my heart has leapt!

  19. lynnefisher

    Thanks for the follow, and I look forward to reading your more of your posts, but I can’t possilby give you any of my chocolate!.

  20. theangrybookworm

    Hi Damyanti,

    Thanks for liking my blog post. Much appreciated. I used to write flash/short fiction myself, and it’s taught me many valuable skills: brevity, for one! πŸ˜‰

    Best of luck with your writing! πŸ™‚

  21. Shannon H.

    Hi, I’d like to nominate you for the Versatile Blogger Award. My apologies if you’ve already been nominated or don’t accept nominations, I think your blog is awesome all the same πŸ™‚ All the Best, Shannon

  22. Luis Morales

    Thank you for taking the time to view my blog! I’ve looked through your site and have read some of your published fiction. You have a very intimate style that allows the reader to connect closely with the subject(s) of your stories. Looking forward to reading more.


  23. Paula

    I’ve just read an interview with you. “Trust your body, follow your breath, and remember that your words matter only as much as what they bring into being.” πŸ™‚ Sound words!

  24. ascreasey

    Thank you for the many “likes” with which you have graced my blog over the last 24 hours! I very much appreciate your taking the time to look over a few of my posts, and have enjoyed what I have seen on your blog so far. You have a very personable writing style–open and honest and blunt without being offensive. That’s a difficult balance to achieve!

  25. Sara Kenneth

    Good day ma’am…
    You really made my day by finding and liking my blog. Thank u ma’am… you are a great source of inspiration for me…

  26. victoriaandreking

    Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog Damayanti! And thank you also for using your blog voice to raise awareness about an amazing effort such as Project Why. Keep up the awesomeness πŸ˜€

    • Damyanti Biswas

      Thankyou Victoria, and I hope you’ll keep in touch with me and Project Why.

  27. Leigh Jordan

    Dear Damyyanti, I appreciate your taking a moment to read my book review The Life We Bury .Thank you so much. I’ve always loved writing but have never done a blog before- I’m already hooked!

  28. Voyaging Stars

    Hi! Thanks for finding and liking my post a while back – great to find you in return and draw some blogging inspiration from all that you’re doing!

  29. Atika Jung

    Thank you for visiting and liking my blog. I’m glad to know you. I red your biography and I think you are such amazing woman! Anytime, I’ll explore and learn on your blog. Hope I’ll have great experience.

  30. jlfatgcs

    I’m so glad I found your blog, and you found mine. I love reading about the work you’re doing. Naresh should be cloned in every school in India.

  31. cephasinfo

    Hi Damyanti – Thanks for stopping by Cephas Consulting Group’s Blog today. We are glad you found the Facebook post useful. We appreciate your interest. All the Best!

  32. desgt

    Thank you for reading and visiting my blog. I appreciate your like. I look forward to further exploring your blog.

  33. lrcapuana.wordpress.com

    Thanks for your like on my post on Shakespeare, it has given me the opportunity to find your blog and browse through it with great interest and pleasure, stopping by again is a definite must.

  34. Pleats and Keats

    Your page is also so encouraging, and welcoming. I only recently started writing in such an open away…it’s scary, it’s new. So to see someone who is really established and so open with their work is so inspiring!

  35. Pleats and Keats

    I’m excited to start exploring your blog! Short stories absolutely should touch on some part of the collective human experience…that was a really poignant explanation…

    • Damyanti Biswas

      Ramya is my friend and mentor, and that’s how I spotted your posts. Thanks for sharing and for dropping by here.

  36. simonfalk28

    Hi Damyanti, I think I have managed to subscribe to your new site – which looks great! Sorry, I haven’t blogged much lately. All the best with the new blogspace. Simon πŸ™‚

    • Damyanti Biswas

      Thanks so much, Simon, and so happy to see you here. I used a redirect, so I’m hoping not to lose any of my good friends like you !

  37. Nadia

    Thank you so much for your likes on my posts! I am about to delve into your own posts and, if your reviews are anything to by, cannot wait to read your work!

  38. Michelle Adam

    I like your blog. I appreciate the community you are creating with your writing. You may enjoy my blog as well, which is a Journey of Spirit and Healing Blog based on the personal story behind my upcoming novel, Child of Duende. I look forward to reading more of your writing.

  39. plotus

    Excellent site! You have so many wonderful bits of information here; I am inspired; I will keep coming back. Thanks and more terrific posting!

  40. anthonymize

    thank you so much for stopping by my blog and sharing in the words…i’ve stopped by yours twice in the last few days and am really impressed by what you stand for…you are a natural teacher- and I wish to gain wisdom from you…I am trying to publish my narrative-…you have so much to offer- maybe we can talk further…all my best as you continue to seek and impart knowledge…

    • Damyanti Biswas

      Thanks for visiting. Please join in the conversation on my posts– be very happy to talk to you. I’m not sure I’m a teacher, more a of a sharer, questioner, conversation-starter, if that makes sense? πŸ™‚

  41. mycaelum

    An intriguing, very interesting bio-blurb! You certainly stay very active with what you love in life. Thank you for visiting my little corner in the Big World of Blog! All the best you you w/blessings!

  42. nufafitc

    Thanks for stopping by at my blog and liking my article. Being very interested in all things writing and having been a teacher of creative writing, I’ll sure follow your blog. If you like, you can do the same ;).

  43. Bushka

    Hi! Thanks for popping into my blog….I’m new around here…..Your liking one of my posts brought me here….Been looking over your blog….I like what I read…..Hope it’s all right to ‘Follow’……..

  44. transcribingmemory

    I’m impressed by what seems like a long, arduous, and successful career in writing. I search for this as an inspiration for me to get serious about my own writing. This blog is wonderful and I look forward to reading more!

  45. clanton1934

    Congratulations Damyanti, I’ve followed you for awhile. I am now the sole editor/publisher of International Blogging, an entirely non-commercial effort by me to promote exchanges between authors and artist around the World. I invite you to be a Guest author. Charles,

  46. Pragalbha Doshi

    Thank you for visiting my site and reading my latest post. First look at your site gives me a sense of empowerment. Will explore more on your site and would love to stay connected!

  47. nehal

    Thanks for visiting my blog! It is wonderful to know people like you ,enjoying reading your posts ! I have just begun my journey in this world of beautiful people, learning on the way !Thanks again !

  48. jwuollife

    Thank you for connecting, it’s always nice to meet new people. Thanks also, for dropping by my blog. Travel safe πŸ™‚

  49. Jam

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking my Japanese Fiction Round-Up post. Your blog looks very interesting. I’d love to be a writer one day so I find it very interesting being here! πŸ™‚

  50. Dahlia

    Thanks for dropping in at my blog – much appreciated by someone who is new here :). Your blog looks very interesting – will be sure to check it out. See ya and thanks once again.

  51. Hamp II

    Hey Damyanti,
    It is always a pleasure to have a fellow writer comment on anything that I’ve written. As you know, our aim is always to reach out to others and pass along our thoughts, comments and works for their examination. Hopefully you and I can become pen pals with best wishes for our post and the upcoming holidays.

  52. aubreysbooknook

    Hi! I don’t know if you do Challenges, but I nominated you for a quote challenge. I think you probably have lots of quotes up your sleeves since your so into the writing world. No problem if you can’t do it, I just though you would do a great job with it! Thank you so much for all of your posts, I am not sure yet what I want to do, but all of your tips and tricks really help me! 3 Quotes, 3 Days Challenge.

  53. ulyah

    hi.. i am ulyah.. from indonesia. i just learn about this. just help me to find something nice with wordpress… visit my blog. πŸ™‚ thanks

  54. Al-Hajj Abu Ja`far Al-Hanbali

    Hi Damyanti! thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post on the Mashiach. I found much benefit in yours as well.

  55. cosmothea

    Thanks a bunch for liking my blog, Damyanti! It helped me find yours. Great blog you’ve got here!! I look forward to future posts. Cheers!

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  57. amoveablefeast2015

    Thank you for visiting and liking my blog. I used to be a prolofic blogger up to 5 years ago and then just stopped. Difficult getting back into it now πŸ™‚

  58. Andy

    I like your “no awards” policy. And how did you manage to start the community you have featured on the right bar of your page? I’ve been thinking of doing the same.

  59. Thomas Kelleher

    Thanks for visiting my blog and Liking one of my posts recently — I greatly appreciate it! I enjoyed visiting your blog as well and look forward to reading more of your posts.

  60. valeriebiebuyck

    Thank you for liking my blog on Editing. What a fascinating name or is it a comment? Which ever – what does it mean. My name Valerie means Courageous. I like it because it reminds to be brave when I’m feeling quite the opposite.

  61. faridawrites

    Hello.. thank u very much for your like on my post. I strted blogging just a few months bk and that ebook is my first ever attempt at any book writing.

  62. Jasbir Chatterjee

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my story “A Tale of an Underdog.” I liked your blog too, especially its neat and uncluttered look and the brave, bold spirit of writing, come what may.

  63. Daniel R Johnson

    This writer is a full on amazing person and great story teller. I enjoy reading her words and topics and stories. I recommend looking into her works.

  64. complexlyme

    Hey.. you have a nice concept in this blog here..
    I like the idea a lot.. πŸ™‚
    I write everyday.. something or the other.. somethings presentable some not. Anything. But I dont put it up for ppl to read. Though this is nice! I’m glad I dropped by to visit!
    And thank you for the like to the story on my blog. πŸ™‚

  65. Ross

    Hi Damyanti
    Thanks for likes when I upgrade my site. I appreciate your interest. Like yourself, I like to write daily but don’t always manage it.

  66. Josh dV

    Thank you for swinging by and giving a subtle nod of approval. It is much appreciated. I see there is lots for me to see and learn here so I hope you don’t mind if I make myself comfortable.

  67. Azzara Zaeynal

    Thank you for liking my post and I’m very glad because I found someone that lives in Malaysia too.Look forward to following your posts πŸ™‚

  68. islandmoonrise

    Hi Damyanti – we’ve been in touch before. I have to admit, having read your posts but not the page regarding blog awards, I nominated you for one (oops), you’ll just have to accept my apology on that.
    Someone who’d commented a few times on my blog gave it me, then I spent absolutely ages worrying about who I could nominate in turn. I liked the aspect of promoting community interactivity but it also felt rather like the old chain letter type of pressure to ‘pass on the love’. It also took me away from my writing commitments. Wish I’d read this bit of your blog first!
    I’m not a spammer – honest!
    Liked the post about comparing ourselves to others, all too true.
    All the best, Jan

  69. in567

    Great title! Thanks for the stop-by to my blog. Will peruse through your daily writin’s ‘n can tell I’m gonna like ’em already! Have a lovely day!

  70. Tony

    Hi, I found your site because you registered a ‘like’ for a post I published on mine. I don’t usually respond as I think many likes come from some automated process? you see I am a naive wordpress user, who simply uses it as a record of my creative writing. I don’t seek followers but I appreciate the few that I have! And I want people who ‘like’ my posts to do so because they like the way I use language, and they like my imagination. There ! pompous? I don’t think so. Anyway I always check out the person’s blog; I read a couple of your stories and I like them very much. I like your style Damyanti and I like your distinct lack of political correctness. Thanks! Tony

  71. scott.dees

    I just wanted to reach out and thank you for reading Moonlight. I really appreciate it. I’m glad you’ve enjoyed it. In fact, thanks in general for reading a lot of stuff I’ve written, now that I think about it.

  72. almightywhatever

    Hey, thanks for liking me blog. I wasn’t expecting it, my blog is pretty much for myself more than anything(: I should read your journals sometime.

  73. Tony Martin

    Thank you for liking my post, it is a delight that someone of your expertise has taken time out to show an interest in what I have written. I am very very new to blogging/writing and I got to the point where I just wanted to share what was in my head. I have been constantly reading books for the past 3 years almost everyday some more than once on expanding your consciousness and have become and continue to do so aware of my surroundings, and creating my own life and reality. This blog is a result of that and I am at the moment dabbling with spoken word in my YouTube channel again to get my point across……so thanks again, and much love to you.

  74. Soma D.

    Hello there! Thanks for stopping by and helping me find your beautiful blog. I enjoyed reading your posts and am looking forward to more interesting reads.

  75. underworldstudios

    Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my blog. I was greatly amused by the picture of the bear with the women in the bed and the caption underneath. Then I read the article. But I’ll comment on that post under that subject. Great blog you have going here. I’ll be sure to stop by again.

  76. The Accidental Poet

    Hi Damyanti. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post A Most Dark Place, Part Five. I have to ask if you checked out the first four parts as well? I don’t want you to miss out on how the whole “matter” started. Not sure how many more parts there will be. I do have an idea where the story will end.

    I really enjoyed visiting your blog, and am now following you. I look forward to reading more.

    The Accidental Poet is named Steve.

  77. Enjoy Unlimited Holidays

    Thanks for dropping by at delightedsouls. The post that you liked there is my first attempt at writing such stuff. Not a novel reader though, I just like to write whatever it comes to my mind- includes poetry, travelogue, social topics or anything like “the love of soul” πŸ™‚ May be we connect again later. All the best!

  78. Angela

    Hello! I wanted to personally thank you for stopping by my blog (saltvault) and liking my post; How about a Book Look: Crash the Chatterbox by Steven Furtick. I look forward to browsing your blog as well!

  79. mattcanada

    Hey there! I wanted to let you know that I nominated your awesome blog for two awards (Dragon’s Loyalty & Versatile Blogger).

  80. yggdrasille

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I’ll be checking out yours too – your dedication to writing is admirable, I wish I had the discipline!

  81. aj vosse

    Thanks for sharing such valuable information on your blog. Just clicking into the links in the sidebar is enough inspiration to keep writing! You’ve done so much homework for us. If we contact half the folk you mention we could build a massive network and even fulfil our dreams of getting published!! πŸ˜‰

  82. Suzanne

    Thanks for attention to my blog! It means a lot to me. I am waiting for what feels right -to take the next step with my writing. To do the thing that is required in our modern world…..make money. That is the hard part for me. The writing comes easy. ; )
    I will try to give more attention to your tips and such. Thanks for sharing.

  83. piblogger

    Thank you for liking my post today . . . I would sure be interested to know why you chose to like it and, if you have any thoughts as to its subject matter.

  84. Jo Bower (Randall)

    It’s a pleasure to make contact with you. God is a person of community, and I think we should be too. I have enjoyed what I have read on your site. Thanks for following my site. Blessings.

  85. craiglock

    All the best with your writing, Damyanti

    β€œIf the doctor told me I had six minutes to live, I’d type a little faster.”.”

  86. willemite51

    Thanks for stopping by and dropping a couple of likes on my reviews. It is much appreciated. I am hoping to draw some inspiration from your blog and will be stopping by.


  87. armandoalmase

    Thank you for the “Like”! I love knowing what others think about my writing! I hope that you continue reading my Short Stories, and if you get your hands on my book, I’d love receive some feedback. Take care!

  88. aaronlfuller

    An amazing mature blog, like a full-grown tree in the layout… I’m learning a lot about blogging by simply browsing your blog. Thx!

  89. nonnaci

    Thanks for liking so many of my posts πŸ˜‰ I took your advice on having a blogging schedule and it definitely paid off!

  90. purplepencileditorial

    Thanks so much for liking my blog post. My friend, Janet, and I are in the beginning stages of our editing/writing business and appreciate any support we get. I will definitely be reading more of your blog and am interested, too, in learning more of the Insecure Writers group.

  91. Dash McCallen

    Thank you for the like! I hope I can keep you entertained, even if I go off the track of my normal writing to document my speed bumps and potholes that tend to distract me. (The stone was the biggest tiny distraction I have had. Or would that be the tiniest big distraction?) Now it is back to work after I did my version of yoga or tai chi. Picture will be posted. πŸ˜‰

    Anyway, thank you again for the like!

  92. tartanrose88

    Damyanti, sorry to put this here put I wasn’t sure where else to put it! I was inspired by your E L James post, as you may have noticed from my lengthy comment :D. I decided to do a post on my own blog to share those thoughts with a link back to your original post – I hope you don’t mind?

  93. Fun Simplicity

    Hi, sorry that I left my site link at my previous comment. Do feel free to delete it. I should have read your “Bloggin advice for newbie” before I comment but I was too anxious to thank you for visiting my site. Also, as this is the first time I wrote a comment, I have no idea that my gravatar leads to my site…please pardon me for my ignorance.πŸ˜“

  94. Fun Simplicity

    Thank you for visiting my site and liking my post on “Take control of your title and tagline”. From my post, you can tell that I am a newbie undergoing training. ^_^ Because of your “like”, I have discovered an amazing site here. I have decided to follow you. Cheers!

  95. Haylee

    Hi there,
    Thanks for stopping by / liking my baking post.

    Some really useful information and advice on your blog, especially for relative newbies like myself. I’ll enjoy reading the back catalogue of ‘dos and don’ts’ πŸ™‚

  96. lorac888890

    Hi. Thank you for enjoying my Real or Fake Names blog. It’s nice to change names at times. I do myself, but my family get a little confused. They aren’t use to my other names yet. But I see that you also use a different name. Take care now.

  97. tartanrose88

    Thank you for the like on my post about the British Library – you are the first one to ‘like’ a post on my page! I did only start blogging on Thursday but it is very nice to have a little encouragement! It also lead me to your page, and I am glad it did. Wonderful posts about all the things I love most – I’ll be back! TartanRose πŸ™‚

    • Damyanti

      Thanks, and glad it led you to me. That was a very good comment on the James post. If you’re starting out, you might like to check out the blogging advice page in the tabs– all advice from my blog audience which comes in handy for those starting out.

      • tartanrose88

        Thanks Damyanti – I did have a quick glance earlier but I was on the way out so I will be sure to have a proper look this evening. Glad you like the comment – I liked the blog!

  98. robotissmiling

    So glad I ran across your blog. I just started on my own ambitious writing endeavor. Publishing a novel serially at my blog. I hope to have the stamina it will take to write and edit the many thousands of words. Thankfully, I write and edit everyday.

  99. Bryan

    I just wanted to say thanks for following along on my blog. I notice and appreciate your likes on the new chapters of “The Asymptote’s Tail” as I post them, so thank you very much.

  100. mrphilippines1974pinoytraveler

    I’m very happy that you visit my site and very happy to read your accomplishment in writing, blogging is my hobby right now. I’m retired and the only thing I do on my life now is travelling everywhere.thank you and wish the best in your future endevour.

  101. Jennifer Calvert

    Hi Damyanti, I find your blog insightful and I really enjoy reading your posts, I hope you don’t mind but I’ve nominated you for a creative blogger award.

  102. lorac888890

    Hi, thank you for enjoying my ”What’s Your Sign?” blog. People aren’t as interested in sun signs anymore. It use to be more popular, but some of us get too involved in astrology. And yes, it is up to the individual. Anyhow, people like abuse especially found in the movie Fifty Shades of Grey. The writer probably had an idea that the book would sell. I guess her editor didn’t care how bad James’ writing was. When they’re always getting on us about that. Those kinds of stories always sell. Look what’s on TV at least here in the US? The editor could’ve asked James to rewrite the story. I won’t buy the book nor watch the movie. And I don’t write stories like that. They’re bad. But people watch those stories too much. If they didn’t sell, we wouldn’t see them. Anyhow, you have a very classy blog. Take care now.

  103. alextash

    Thank you for liking one of my posts a while ago! I am a newby here, but have also established daily writing challenge. Looking forward to join your blogfest!

  104. Cardboard Express

    Hello there! I just wanted to say that you have an incredible blog, and I enjoy reading your work. I also think your writing is insightful, refreshing, and apt!

  105. learningtocry

    So happy to see you liked my recent post. I just set a goal last week of connecting with other writers, those making writing their livelihood, or at least making that attempt. I’m in the early stages but have been writing for many years. And published several times but not currently submitting. I am spending time blogging at the moment. I loved your post about Submitting Like a Man.
    Look forward to delving into your blog. So many blogs so little time. : ) Ha ha!

    • Damyanti

      Thanks Suzanne— making writing our livelihood, is sadly, a distant dream for most of us. Freelance writing, yes, but am not so sure about fiction writing. Thanks for connecting, and hope to stay in touch.

  106. nanluke81

    Thanks for liking my blog! I admire your experiment of writing every day – I’m having a hard enough time writing every WEEK!!

  107. kpinella

    Thank you for coming back to visit and liking another post, Straight Face to Straitjacket. Your motto continue to be inspiring.

  108. wktucker

    You requested that I let you know when my new blog was ready.
    Here’s the link:


    I am also on Google+ under my real name: Kathy Workman Lecy. If you wish to connect there, I would happily add you to my circles. 😊

  109. libbyherz

    Love your blog! So well thought out and genuine! Thank you for taking the time to read my post and liking it. It means a lot.

  110. Jean M. Cogdell

    Thanks so much for stopping by Jean’s Writing. I’m glad you enjoyed my post. Writing a post every day is quite the challenge. You’re doing an amazing job.

  111. R.H. Dahl

    Hi Damyanti!! You have a truly amazing blog site and collection of published works! I have been browsing here for awhile today, looking, reading and enjoying what you and some of your guests have had to say =) So fun and interesting! Congrats on all your accomplishments and thank you so much for visiting my site, because it led me here =) I enjoy writing fiction fantasy adventure and although my imagination runs wild and is on all the time, in my ‘real’ life I am fairly private and quiet. Like you have said, I too live ‘mostly it seems in my mind’ ..well when I am not enjoying time with my daughter and three cats, that is! lol. I am new to blogging and so far only my poetry has been published, but I hope to get more short stories, flash fiction and my fiction works out there, so it meant a lot for you to stop by. Thanks again, and I am now following you so I look forward to more of your work, blogs, guest posts, etc. =)

  112. kellyrainey

    Thanks for taking the time to read my story. I saw your “like” and followed it here…and I’m so glad I did! You have a fantastic collection of resources on this site and I’ve just scratched the surface. I look forward to reading your writing and visiting back often!

  113. Kari Wagner-Peck

    I love your philosophy! Thank you for visiting my blog– I look forward to reading more of your writing.

  114. artman413

    Thanks for checking out some of my writing!

    I’m really intrigued by how your post titles are written as questions. It really makes me want to read more, and I look forward to exploring the blog more thoroughly!

  115. A. J. Lee

    Hi, Thank you for dropping by my blog. Writing every day is good. A little or a lot. Gets you into a routine. Some days it will flow another just a little. Just keep going. Happy writing. AJ πŸ™‚

  116. writesofdan

    Thank you for liking my weird little story πŸ™‚ I’ve checked out your blog and I share a similar ambition with you – ultimately I want to write fiction for a living, something truly great- and I feel like your blog could be a valuable resource for me. Thanks again and keep on truckin’ :p

  117. aj vosse

    read some of your posts has given me renewed faith in the potential of getting published!! I must look around here for more tips… especially getting short stories published! Thanks πŸ˜‰

  118. Sophie

    hi, thank you for liking my recent post, I’ve been enjoying reading your blog and am going to spend more time going through your posts and your (and your readers’) tips for newbie bloggers – thank you for those!

  119. Al The Author

    Hi there. Have been reading through your tips on blogging for newbies, and thought I’d practice what you preach, and make sure I leave a comment πŸ™‚ . Some really interesting posts here!

  120. Peter Klopp

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking it! I also challenged myself to one post a day. But not every post is on writing. Hope to meet you more often on our blogs.

  121. Samir Bajpai

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I would be delighted to receive your comments on my blogs. A small extract of my first book (applied for copyright) is blogged under the title ‘6 bananas’. I have started the second book today. I am following your blog and really like your site. Best Samir

  122. kindkerry

    You’re such a beautiful and amazing person Damyanti. We need more people like you in the world who’s paying it forward with motivation rather than money. Stay true, thank YOU! πŸ™‚

  123. JC

    Thank you so much for liking my post, ‘Parkinson’s and Creativity. I do love your site and can’t wait to explore.

  124. Angie K

    Thanks for stopping by on my blog earlier. I am glad you did, as your blog is great. I admire what you do! I will follow your blog now and do hope that you may find my interesting enough to follow back. πŸ™‚

  125. desperateramblings

    Hi there from England ~ thanks for your visit and like on my blog. I am a total newbie so it was very much appreciated. Loving looking around your stuff too.

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  128. kadavis1

    Hi Damyanti, Thank you for visiting my blog. Your blog is wonderful. We all need to hibernate from time-to-time, and personally, this author does it more than most. Keep up the good work. Kathleen Andrews Davis, author Emerson’s Attic Series

  129. tsizzles

    Hi Damyanti you’ve got a really great blog here! Interesting ambitions. I most honestly hope you see them through to the best of your abilities this year. Will be looking forward to both how far along you have come and how much farther you have left to go. With that said, I’m tagging along! I need to see where your journey leads.

    Wishing you progressive writing


  130. indmish

    I like your writing. Its honest, no-nonsensical and straight from the heart. Such writing is always a pleasure to read. They are way better than constipated, convoluted write-ups full of jargon that are written just for the sake of being written.

    And hey, thanks for linking my post ‘Gone Girl – A review’ πŸ™‚

  131. DevinDarling

    Hey, Damyanti! I’m a little late on this but thanks so much for the follow! I enjoy your blog. You help inspire me to reach my writing goals! Can’t wait to read more from you (:

  132. Erin Granat

    You’ve inspired me to further engage my audience! I gotta step up the commenting and all of it. Beautiful site, looking forward to reading more!

  133. Deanna Willmon

    Hi! I β€œnominated” you for the Liebster Award, which is really just a way for bloggers to help discover one another. No obligation necessary. No prize either, unfortunately. Anyway… the instructions are up on my blog.

  134. ldsrr91

    Personally, comments are where it is at. Unfortunately, because they are introverted or shy, whatever, people seldom comment. For instance you can get 250 views in a day, and only one comment. Sad. Comments are what makes it worthwhile and so much more interesting.

    You have a nice site.


  135. lorac888890

    Hi, and thank you for enjoying my Romance Stories blog. I have several projects now, but I will work on a romance story later (not the one posted on my blog).

  136. rleighturner

    Great blog – you seem to have the knack both of writing interesting stuff and of generating tons of comments. I’m a bit jealous! Will keep an eye on you and try and learn something. Hope you enjoy my efforts too – thanks for the “like”. Best wishes, Robert P.

  137. ansieehrke

    Hi! As per my WordPress blog post on Silverlinigspot, would you be interested in becoming a member of 121hub?

    Hope to hear from you soon!

    Ansie Ehrke

  138. Sherry Chen

    Hi Damyanti, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! πŸ™‚
    I really enjoy your posts and look forward to your next.
    Feel free to check out my writing about publishing

  139. kiran

    Just stumbled upon your blog. Very good read. I liked your view on blog awards. All the best for your writing efforts.

    • Damyanti

      She has always had high praise for you, and your writing. Thanks for stopping by, and the comment. Look forward to meeting irl some day. All the best.

  140. psarabella

    Thank you for liking my post. I am a new writer and a new blogger, so it looks like I could find a lot of useful information on your blog. I am working at writing something everyday for my first book, and it is not an easy feat to accomplish. I wish you luck on this endeavor.

  141. admiralcarter

    Thanks for the like on my post on John Green’s Looking for Alaska! Just reading through your blog you’re very insightful and I look forward to seeing more πŸ˜€

  142. gdicm

    I’m trying to Stop writing something every day. I’ve too little to do? Thank you for visiting my blog. Best wishes.

  143. gwen07

    Writing something everyday works for a lot of us – but not all. I find I take notes, jotting down bits and pieces of ideas that enter my head — often when I am away from my computer. I come back to my writing-mode days – sometimes weeks later when inspiration from the culture; newspapers, novels, and or my 4 mile daily walk hits me. I have had to come to the realization that everything I write is not a pearl of wisdom to add to the cultural pantheon of knowledge. I do not post on a regular basis — I do not publish my writing when it is forced. For this reason, (and it could be my topics I am sure) I do not have hundreds of likes for individual pieces. And I am okay with that. Writing does more for the soul of the writer .

  144. Deirdre J

    Hi Damyanti,thanks for liking my Sophie Hannah book review on prelovedbooksblog.com. Totally agree with your comments on awards that involve passing them on and sharing the love! Deirdre, Ireland

  145. b4thirty8

    Damyanti, Thank you for the visit. I am doing the Blogher.com challenge to post daily this month and it is really making me stretch. Seeing a site like your’s puts into perspective what hard work and endurance results in!

  146. sutinaeshoppe

    Hi Damyanti, thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post. I’m following your blog from now own as I find I could learn a lot from your entries. πŸ™‚ Thank you.

  147. isabella

    I just stumbled across your blog; I’ve been looking at your past posts and can’t wait to see new things you come up with! πŸ™‚
    Keep up the great work!
    Best Wishes,

  148. Abhay Singh

    Hi Damyanti,
    None can define The beauty of nature itself a writer,poet,traveler and a child.Famous Poet William Wordsworth has define as small child β€œLucy” in his poetry β€œLucy Gray” and famous Hindi poet Jayshankar Prashad has define in the character of β€œManu” and β€œShraddha” in his famous book β€œKamayani”.Thank you for sharing such post….You have proved the role of writer to defining the beauty of Nature.

  149. Author Catherine Townsend-Lyon

    Well now this blog of yours is a breath of fresh writers air! I’m one still in progress! LOL.
    I enjoy living and helping others in recovery, but my Passion is writing, authoring, blogging, and helping other authors and writer! Thanks for coming to peek at my blog. Come by anytime πŸ™‚

    Much Happiness,
    Author, Cat Lyon

  150. Dennis Wagoner

    Hi Damyanti and thank you for following my blog. I truly appreciate the support. The first post I read on your blog was of Anouradha Bakshi – what a great story! We have five adopted daughters from China and have worked alot with a few of the orphanages there. I am an advocate for children and enjoy reading the about people like Bakshi. I am following your blog and looking forward to more articles. Thanks again!

  151. afairymind

    Thanks for the follow. I love the idea of writing every day but I generally find myself agonizing over the words for so long that I don’t manage to actually do so!

  152. rosemaylily2014

    Hi Damyanti thank you very much for following my blog and am so glad you like my latest post “Buda : Castle In The Air”! I really enjoy meeting new people via the blogging community and reading other people’s work too! I think it’s a lovely idea that you have to write something everyday and I’ll look forward to reading your posts from now on kind regards Rosemary (Le Chic En Rose)

  153. mira65

    Thanks for the likes and the follow. I absolutely love your no award policy. Had written about it in an earlier post. Thanks again.

  154. Eli

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for the follow! I also love your blog award policy, and will likely be adopting it. πŸ™‚


  155. Shelley Masini

    Thank you for visiting and following my blog. Nice to find someone else doing it every day as well, on the other side of the world! I look forward to reading your daily posts. All the best!

  156. LouLou

    I’m so impressed with your discipline on blogging! thank you for reading my
    stories. Fiction writing, when I indulged, is an odyssey into your subconscious. Truly amazing

  157. Polly

    Good to make your acquaintance, Damyinta. Lovely to see the sunflower in your header, one of my favourite flowers. I wrote a poem about it back in 2012 and it remains the most viewed poem on my blog.

  158. Julie PrestonJulie Preston

    Thanks Damyanti for visiting the Keeper of Stories. I am relatively new at this and would just love to check out your blog for advice from the community, as I have never written before. Really enjoy what you have to offer here!

  159. catsandog

    Thanks for the like and for the follow! I’m quite impressed with the amount of writing you’ve done! I will learn a lot from your posts for a newbie!

  160. Bipasha

    Thank you for following my blog. Your blog could keep me happily busy for hours πŸ™‚

  161. Michael33

    I stopped by your site to thank you for visiting and following The Vision of Poets. However, I got all wrapped up in your site and forgot to go home. Hope I didn’t overstay my welcome. Very unique and informative place to visit. Thanks for introducing me to it.


  162. mira65

    Heartfelt blog you have there. Congrats on being a successful blogger. I like the concept of daily writing. Do take a peek at my blog:toweararainbow.wordpress.com

  163. tribalmystic2014

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog, liking my story on Hokulea and following me. :). I look forward to reading some of your writing. I am only a humble beginner so I hope to learn from you. Your content titles look interesting and blog stats’ are impressive. Again – thank you!

  164. Gene Molloy

    I was very happy to see you visited, and like my blog. I can see by your no blog award acceptance policy that we shall get along smashingly.

  165. terzahcain

    Saw your pin on the map for the MOOC “How Writer’s Write Fiction” course. I’m looking forward to anything the course can offer. Glad to see another WordPress vet on there!

  166. David J Delaney

    I’ve just nominated you for the ‘One lovely Blog’ award. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog and thought I would send this through to you (o:

  167. Diane Brander

    Hi Damyanti, I have been reading through several of your posts and I just wanted to say that I love your positive attitude and enthusiasm. Your passion is evident in your writing and I have enjoyed reading it.

    • Diane Brander

      P.S sorry if you received a few notifications to say that I am a new follower. I am using my phone and accidentally clicked unfollow a few times πŸ™‚

  168. Sunny Peter

    Hi, Thanks for following. Look forward to read your articles and maybe hope to post here someday. Regards

  169. Curlysblog

    I’ve nominated you for the ‘One Lovely Blog’ award! I really love your blog, and hope you accept your nomination, because I can’t wait to find out more about you!

  170. J.Gi Federizo

    Hi! I have nominated YOU for the Liebster Award. As said there, “I am nominating people with whom I have had very insightful and educational discussions with, who care about their followers and whose sites I really enjoy visiting…if you’ve done this already and do not wish to participate anymore, kindly give us a link to your Liebster Award page β€” I really do want to read your answers! If you can’t answer because it does not follow your blog’s strict format, or you simply just don’t want to, no biggies, we understand.”

    I just want you to know I appreciate you and your blog.

  171. Dora Argh

    Hi! Thanks for following my blog and would love to return the favor. Not just because for the follow but because of the mutual love for writing. You have so many posts! It’s going to take me a while to comb through your blog. But I can already tell that I’ll like visiting here. πŸ™‚

  172. foguth

    For me, being able to write every day is all the reward I want.
    Like you, I switched from non-fiction (tehnical writing) to fiction. The book that helped me do that was Sol Stein’s Stein on Writing and the main truth that I got from it was: non-fiction = information; fiction = emotion. Though simplistic, this resonated with me.
    Happy writing!

  173. theretreatjunkie

    I’m with you in the spirit of writing for its own sake and for enlarging our own lives. It’s about becoming, something that we give, more than something we get, like awards. It is wonderful to be appreciated, and I thank you for commenting on my blog, proof that it’s not invisible or silent. What a pleasure to encounter your beautiful and resourceful blog as well. Glad to be here.

  174. theretreatjunkie

    I’m with you in the spirit of writing for its own sake and for enlarging our own lives. It’s about becoming, something that we give, less than something we get, like awards. It is wonderful to be appreciated, and I thank you for commenting on my blog, proof that it’s not invisible or silent. What a pleasure to encounter your beautiful and resourceful blog as well. Glad to be here.

  175. vivachange77

    I don’t do awards either. I write as an end in itself that gives me joy and purpose. I agree that community is a very important part of blogging. Thanks for visiting my blog and best wishes on your endeavors.

  176. edmooneyphotography

    Hi there,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by by little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated.
    Have a great Weekend πŸ™‚

  177. meticulousmick


    Likewise, I will always venture over to a fellow blogger who has been kind enough to lay down a follow on my own wee blog. So thank you, it is much appreciated and you are so welcome aboard. If you have any requests or suggestions just drop me a line. Now allow me to have a wander around your most popular blog. MM πŸ€

  178. stephswint

    I have nominated you for the Liebster Award. I know these things circle about. If you have already done it you can ignore it or do what I did. I got nominated a second time and since it helps other blogs out by getting new viewers I thought I would participate again. You know I Iove your blog so I had to nominate you:) The rules you can find here


    Thanks so much for the like and follow πŸ™‚ you have some really interesting posts! I enjoyed reading about your thoughts on social media.

  180. SmoothOperratus

    Thanks for noticing me! I’m going to try to write something new everyday too. Craft and creativity is the only thing that puts us forward. Cheers!

  181. embellishedmoments

    Hey.. your blog is really interesting.. you write on variety of subjects..and wow what a deep thinking… truly inspirational.. πŸ™‚ Keep writing πŸ™‚

  182. solopress11

    Thank you so much for continuing to read Gwen’s letters. Your “likes” truly help make my day. So may you have a wonderful day as well!

  183. Ganesh

    Very nice and inspiring blog, Damyanti! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”. πŸ™‚

  184. nanettedaniellehogan

    i woke this morning with a new follower…being new to the blogging world, i’m still getting used to the concept, but when i have a little alert of a new follower, i’m like a kid in a candy store…i greatly appreciate you finding my blog and following…i’m sitting on a patio chair in my backyard at this very moment, reading through your work…just lovely…thanks again from newfoundland, canada…

  185. Kimberly

    I’m from the clan which never allows itself the pleasure of accepting a gift without first saying “thank you,” so thank you for following 50Figment. Your site is chock full of helpful links and a great spot for discovery and inspiration.

  186. marcuschanco87

    Hello Damyanti!
    I find your blog posts honest and interesting. They do give readers better insight on writing. If you have the time, do check out my blog on books and quotes. Cheers! – Marcus

  187. Wanda

    Hi! Thanks for the follow on my blog, and I really enjoyed looking at yours. Sorry it took me a few days to say thank you…I am new at this and still figuring things out. I look forward to reading more of your work! πŸ™‚

  188. benedictjcarter

    Thanks so much for following my new blog! I’m very new to blogging and haven’t really written anything for a while. It’s reassuring, and gratifying, to know that my work is being looked at by people like like yourself who have a much better idea of what they’re doing.

  189. essbee14

    I am *loving* reading your work, and am inspired that you are always challenging/stretching/growing in your creativity. Looking forward to more!

  190. labeak52

    Thanks for reading the second part of The Creek. I’ll post the finished poem later this evening. I appreciate your attention. Please comment.

  191. Robert Jepson

    Thank you Damyanti for following my blog and all your likes on my posts πŸ™‚ Working my way through your interesting writing , love it πŸ™‚

  192. latasun

    Thanks for the follow Damyanti. I am thrilled. I love your writing style and love reading them.

  193. labeak52

    Thanks for reading The Creek. Your comments are invited. Please keep reading. I’ll post the rest of the poem tomorrow.

  194. Christina Bledsoe

    I would love to write a co-piece with you on something similar to what not do on social media and use your perspective or examples of how to positively interact with your fans or followers. Please let me know if you’re interested! Thanks!!!

  195. Anns

    Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog… i feel honored for liking one of my post.
    Keep writing, GBU!

  196. katherinej1012

    This explains a lot. I saw a post earlier about blog awards and noticed you were nominated. Came over to congratulate you and couldn’t see a post! haha. Congrats anyway, even if you aren’t going to accept (: Must be awesome to be nominated! Well done.

  197. Garrulous Gwendoline

    Thank you for the like on my recent post and for following my blog. It is a potpourri of re-invention post retirement,including my writing adventures. I hope you enjoy.

  198. RD

    Thank you for following my blog Micro-Nagged, and liking my latest post. I’ll be following you, and look forward to reading your prose.

  199. grievingsparrow

    Hello, and thank you for following my blog. I just wanted to tell you I really like what you have done with your own blog and I will be reading more of your entries, later today…if I ever sleep that is. xD

    Have an amazing night.

    Cheers! ^_^

  200. tristangmt

    Hello. Thanks for liking my post on “Is Being Sexy Related To Being Healthy, Talented and All That Jazz”. Blogging is my stress reliever. I know I am a grammar killer and maybe posting about drawing could fix that.

    Again thanks and I hope you check my drawings from time to time.

    Enjoy πŸ˜€

  201. Yanna Ferrera

    Hi! Thanks for liking my literary blog entry entitled “Mightier Than Swords.” As a young, aspiring freelance writer testing the murky waters of fiction writing, a “like” from anyone, more so from someone like you means a lot.

    I’ve read around here and your insights are very meaningful. Have followed to stay updated. Thank you once again!

  202. singhneeru

    Thank you so much for being a part of my eatstory. You have a very interesting blog. Looks like you are enjoying every bit of your travel/writing.. Thanks for sharing your experiences/thoughts with us. I shall follow you to learn more. Cheers

  203. Dave


    Thank you for the interest and support you’ve shown in my July 3words story.

    I hope you not only return and follow for August, but also consider participating. It really is fun not knowing where the story is going.

    I hope to self-publish a collection of my 3words stories this month – if enough participated I could do this each month, including your story.

    Either way, thanks again. And happy reading.


  204. sirlewisofclarke

    Sorry this has taken so long, I’ve been extremely busy doing…… well i don’t really have an excuse. But i just wanted to say thank you for following my blog. It’s nice to get to meet like minded people who also enjoy writing. I have only just got into this so it’s uncharted territory for me, but i have already met many people who have the same passion as i do and i hope to meet many more!

  205. Ardi N

    Thanks for following my blog even though it is rather new. So, from your last post, you are a college teacher, right? And you are from either Malaysia or Singapore. Seems like you also like to read story just like me. That one blog is used mainly for reviewing stories though. However, I also write crime fiction as of now in “fictstory.wordpress.com”. It was written in Indonesia though. If you know the language, please drop by.

  206. juliebcosgrove

    Thanks for following my blog Where Did You Find God Today. I am a freelance writer, now traditionally published fiction author. I know your passion. Find a good, supportive critique group and grow in the craft together. My book therapy.com, though mostly Christian novelists, is a great resource as is the guide called Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maas. Most of all, use your freelance skills to tell an amazing story. You’re on your way.

  207. zeven37

    I wanted to thank you for your time visiting and reading my blog! I appreciate it. Knowing that I’ve connected with at least one person in this world is enough to keep me going for ages. It’s always fun to meet other people that love writing as much as I do πŸ™‚ Happy blogging!

  208. Bharti Athray

    Hey, thanks for the follow, lovely checking out your blog, and finding several things in common. I am an english lit. graduate too and a professional writer. Love the fact that you have now been blogging for 6 years! Wow… that’s really something. Would love to pick your brains on how things and your writing has evolved with the blog! Any advise, tips welcome!

  209. Ronald Joseph Kule

    Thanks for following my LISTEN MORE SELL MORE blog. Hopefully, what you find there is as illustrative or inspiring as your cover photo above. I appreciate the brevity and clarity of your style.

  210. ANooP

    Hey there,

    Thanks for the follow. I am also following you back. Will read your posts as and when I get time πŸ™‚

    Have a great day.