Basically that means that all throughout this month I’ve been running around town with my friends, although the roads have been choc-a-bloc like this
Of course, we weren’t merely running around, just for the sake of doing so. We were pandal-hopping, setting off firecrackers (and every possible firecrackers we could get our hands on), hogging on the festival-special platters…and going deliriously bonkers doing it all!
Did I tell you that the Diwali night sky is a most magnificent sight?
And, you know, this is a satellite image of India on Diwali night:
So, anyway. This month has been perfectly perfectly amazing, even though I also managed to set my laptop on fire in the process. Yeah, don’t even ask me about that. And while it recuperates in the service centre I have to make do with the Ancient Family PC From The Jurassic Age, which I am not much friendly with at the moment.
HOWEVER, there are things coming up here (how exciting is that? :P)
Like, The String Bridge Book And Music Blog Tour on November 3rd.
And this trailer where the author, who is a musician herself, sang the absolutely beautiful song.
And starting November 2nd, there’s the Dark YA Blogfest. If you love dark YA, you know that’s where you’re expected 🙂
Meanwhile, I suppose no one’s forgotten NaNoWriMo. So who’s taking the plunge this year? 🙂
I have something in mind, something very different from the kind of thing I write. I don’t know how far that’ll go, but if you’re hanging around the forum, add me.
My username: Bidisha
Maybe we can peep into each other’s works and be jealous. Haha. I’m such a naturally slow writer, I’ve never had a successful NaNoWriMo. The no-quality-all-quantity policy kinda doesn’t work for me, but every year I do join in. With hope.
And while all that will be going on, I have lots of reviews coming up as well. And some of them might even be non-YAs if you’re up for that.
So. Are you doing NaNoWriMo this year?