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I am an independent writer and multi-award winning blogger who writes on parenting, humour, fiction and general lifestyle topics. - Sid Balachandran

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“So, What do you do?”

“So, What do you do?”

Quite honestly, I don’t accurately remember when I started reading Rachna’s blog. I do remember that it was during one of my crazy blog-hop frenzies. And I was glad that I’d stumbled upon this little treasure trove of interesting posts. A multi-faceted writer, there is one clear word to describe Rachna’s approach to writing, be …

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The curious case of the “serious” aunt

The curious case of the “serious” aunt

I love to travel. Train, bus, ship, air – all kinds of travel gives me a thrill like no other. And as much as I love to travel with my better half, there are times when I prefer to travel alone too. Mainly because it gives me enough time to think and also lets me …

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The Nosy Neighbour

The Nosy Neighbour

It had just been six months since Ram Nath had moved into his new apartment enclave. Generally an extrovert, he’d managed to befriend a lot of his neighbours and had even secured invites for the odd meal at their homes. However one family had managed to evade him. Though he did occasionally bump into them …

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The Writer

The Writer

“There you are!” exclaimed Amit as he threw open the door to the terrace. “Everyone’s been looking for you. The event starts in 40 minutes. Come down, will you?” he added with a smirk on his face. Tina took a long drag of the cigarette and felt the menthol vapour fill her throat and windpipe. …

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Shoulda, woulda, coulda

Shoulda, woulda, coulda

Procrastination is my middle name. Or it would be, if I had one. Luckily for me, I don’t. If there is something that I can put away doing indefinitely, I will. And this isn’t a new characteristic that I’ve suddenly picked up, now that I’m working from home. I’ve always been so, probably for as …

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The birth of a Chef

The birth of a Chef

The first  ever meal I cooked was a total disaster. Ok, disaster is probably an understatement. But it was absolutely inedible. So much so, that I had to bribe the waste bin to devour it. The year was 2006 and I had just moved to the UK to pursue my Masters degree. Though I’d been …

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