It's time for NaNoWriMo

Let me be clear upfront – No, I’m not writing a novel and that too 50,000 words in a month. For those who are not aware, ‘NaNoWriMo‘ (National Novel Writing Month), an annual novel writing project that writers both professional and amateur set themselves a challenge of writing a 50,000 words novel – this happens every November. A total of fifty thousands words – an average of 1667 words per day! As I said in the first line, I’m not signing up in their website for the challenge. Instead of writing a mammoth book, I’m setting up a smaller target of writing 10,000 words (an average of 333 words per […]

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Now it's payaniga.com

Cross-posting from payaniga 🙂 Cut that extra word in the URL. I’ve moved my travel blog to my own domain. From now onwards it’s going to be just http://payaniga.com (old url: http://payaniga.blogspot.com/) Thanks Thej for helping me out in setting up the site. And also thanks everyone for your support & comments. Request everyone who has blog-rolled me to update the URL in your list. PS: All visitors coming via old url will be redirected to the new one.

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The Art of Writing

Thinking blog awards is making rounds now a days on the blogosphere. And I thought of listing a similar one off bloggers whose writings which provide wonderful food for thoughts and make me come back to their blogs again & again. Here goes the list in no particular order. Sursh Gundappa of Meditation Photography If you just read the title of Suresh’s posts, you feel its stupid. Start reading the post & half through, you will change your opinion. One of the favourites in my bloglist. Shruthi of Hallucinations Hallucinator & an amazing writer. She converts happenings of day to day life into beautiful posts. Shashi Kiran I came across […]

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tsunami

As usual I was standing in the beach on Sunday morning. Sun was trying to glaze the water surface from his surface. As far as I remember I just stand in the beach everyday in the same place without fail and leave the waves to come and splash me. I will be in beach irrespective of weather condition. I love to (sort of) stand there and have a look at the endless waves for endless hours. Even though it is a routine for me, I never felt boredom for this my hobby, to be honest it’s difficult to call this as my hobby. It’s as routine as the waves in […]

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