About

Unintentional teacher. Writer, trying to play catch-up in this overwhelming world of words!

Featured on onbeing.org and BlogHer, with several articles published in the local newspaper.

Author: Ugly Aphrodite (Available on Kindle)

You know that feeling, when you just want to drop everything, grab your laptop and start typing furiously away? That’s what brings me here…the joy of writing, sharing, inspiring (hopefully!) and simply getting my thoughts out there! 

Nostalgia

My tribute to Enid Blyton for Three Line Tales: Memories are made of this

Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind. – Rudyard Kipling

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54 Responses to About

  1. rarasaur says:

    Hey! This is, hopefully, the most automated comment you will ever-ever receive from me. I’ve popped over to say I finally put together the blogroll for NanoPoblano, I wanted you to check it out, and make sure that (1) your blog name is written as you want it written, and (2) I didn’t leave out super important information. Then, leave a comment introducing yourself. This is the page I’ll be directing people to through the month, so I’m hoping they’ll see your comment and be excited to go check you out. It should say something like, “Hey, Cheer Peppers– I’m So&So. I write about such&such. Come by and say hey.” I’ll be pruning comments on that page so it’s just link backs from posts, positive Pepper messages, and your intro. I’ll be sharing the page tonight, all over town, so if you can put something up before then, that’d be awesome. If not, no worries, we have a whole month to go. https://rarasaur.wordpress.com/nanopoblano-2015/

  2. ranu802 says:

    Thanks for dropping by. I’m Ranu , my website is Sabethville.

  3. Steve Lakey says:

    I think every time we share our words, we inspire others – either intentionally, or otherwise. Keep inspiring! 🙂

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  5. maria says:

    Hello S! (or Saima? please correct me I’m wrong or if you’d prefer a diff name) Thanks for following my blog. Glad to meet someone who finds joy in writing too. Looking forward to more of your posts. 😀

    • swritings says:

      You can use either! 🙂 Great to meet you too! It certainly is lovely to come across people like you who share the same passion for writing! I just hope I can keep my readers interested in my ramblings! 🙂 Happy Writing!

  6. Jenn says:

    I love your stories. Keep writing!

  7. simpledimple says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. This is a brief peek at your blog and I can see it’s quite informative. Will return to read more posts. Cheers to writing! 🙂

    • swritings says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words and for stopping by my blog! I love the name ‘Giggles & Tales’ 🙂 How great that your writings focus on motivation (I’m always on the lookout for some! :)) Lovely to meet you! Keep writing! 🙂

      • simpledimple says:

        Wonderful words to hear this night! Thanks a ton. Glad we are connected and would learn more of each other through our blog posts. And do remember to stop by for a daily doze of motivational posts, lol. Have a fabulous weekend. 🙂

  8. ashdapoet says:

    Followed your blog. It’s nice. Stop by mine sometimes. 🙂

  9. Hello, nice to meet you. I wanted to stop by to say hi and to check out your blog. I look forward to reading your work. Have a nice weekend! Steph

  10. ghostmmnc says:

    Hi…I was at Jacqueline’s party, and wanted to drop by here! I hope your weekend is going great! 🙂

  11. Lol at the quote.
    Lashings of ginger beer anyone?!

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  14. Lyn says:

    One does not simply “outgrow” Enid Blyton Yes! Yes! Yes! Boromir is so right. I’m almost 70 and I still read Enid Blyton. My inner child is fully intact 😀
    Thanks so much for popping by and liking “Flights of Fantasy.”

  15. M Chaillot says:

    Oooh, I LOVE the Kipling quote! And your blog is so lovely and blue–my fave color. Thanks for visiting me so I’d know to come have a look-see 🙂

  16. Singledust says:

    You quoted Enid Blyton! I had to double check it to ensure my eyes were playing tricks with me! So good to meet another fan! I read her through my younger years and she’s a legacy to my kids. Love your short stories and you have inspired me to try the fiction writing challenge.

    • swritings says:

      Yaay! Great to meet an Enid Blyton fan as well! Yes! I too read her books and still have my copies of The Faraway Tree, The Wishing Chair etc, which are now being read by my niece! 🙂 I’ve noticed that the illustrations in the newer versions have changed (and read an article which said that changes have been made in the newly published books as well) I prefer the illustrations of the older versions (change is hard to accept I suppose! :)) … Wow! I’m thrilled that I managed to inspire you to try out some of the fiction challenges! It’s fun taking part so do give it a shot! 🙂 Thank you so much for reading my short stories and for your wonderful comment! 🙂

      • Singledust says:

        I too still keep my old books. Yes I have seen the newer publications are realised that too. I can still picture golliwog when I close my eyes. And Mr Muddle! I really like your writing style. I am just a beginner so yes its quite exciting to write on a prompt. Thanks for the lovely encouragement!

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  19. Nice to have you visit and check out some posts. Thanks for the likes. You’ve got a great site!

  20. Felicia Hf says:

    Hey, I just nominated you for the Epically Awesome Award for Epic Awesomeness! I hope you’ll accept. 🙂 Read more here: https://feliciahf.wordpress.com/2016/05/31/epically-awesome-award-for-epic-awesomeness/

  21. jademwong says:

    Hi Saima! All this time and I never visited your about page -_-. Anyway, I had no idea you published a book. Very cool!

  22. milliethom says:

    I grew up reading Enid Blyton stories, and probably read them all, many times over. The Famous Five were my favourites. I couldn’t agree more with you about writing. It’s something most of us on WP love to do. If you write books as well, the pleasure of getting each chapter finished can be quite intoxicating.
    Thank you for liking a couple of my posts. It’s much appreciated, and I’ll pop back and read more of yours as soon as I can.

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  24. rosemawrites says:

    Oh dear! I’ve been captivated by your pieces and it is only now that I take a peak at your About page! 🙂 Congratulations to the book, S or shall I say Saima? 🙂 ❤

    Lots of love,
    Rosema

    • swritings says:

      Haha! It’s quite alright! Thanks a lot! Just a short story I wrote a while back and decided to publish, rather than have it lying around some more! Either is fine! 🙂 Thanks Rosema! ♥

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  26. Daal says:

    am so glad you stopped by my blog – especially because its led me to yours – one’s small & large passions are best reasons for a blog 🙂

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