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Rimli Bhattacharya
Techie | Writer | Ex Blogger | Poet, with poems lying in my closet | Classical Dancer | Books authored "The Crosshairs of Life" & a chapter in "Book of light"
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Rimli Bhattacharya 2h
Replying to @KunalDhawan14
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Rimli Bhattacharya Dec 1
Also tagging for the lovely book "Strangely familiar tales" 🌹
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Rimli Bhattacharya Dec 1
thanks for tagging dear V 🌷
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Rimli Bhattacharya Dec 1
Replying to @RTDRozario
Lovely 🌷
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Ronald Tuhin D'Rozario Dec 1
'The Chakkar' carries my poem - 'Wasp', that has got published today. I am grateful to the editor Karan Madhok.
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 30
Something good turned up this year. Got my house painted. Daughter sat in one corner attending her online classes. We cooked in our crowded kitchen. Couldn't dry our clothes properly. We smelt of paint. Best of all though we all were tired none of us complained.
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 30
When I authored a chapter in this book, little did the know the meaning of rating, let alone appreciating my fellow author friends. I was the busiest & totally drowned in work. I promise will never repeat the mistake again. via
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 30
The joy when my soul sister and friend suggests you all to read my book. Thanks dear 🌹 PS: I am a technology handicapped person. I have myself given my book a rating of 2 stars. Guess what, this happens when you don't give a rating to other deserving writers.
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 29
Replying to @GranthaMaven
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 29
Replying to @GranthaMaven
V you are not alone.
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 28
Replying to @rimli76
PS: I didn't have the luxury of arranging a formal book launch. Thus dependent on writing on social media. May be someday we all will dive in the pleasure of a simple but a homely book launch. What say friends?
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 28
Replying to @rimli76
Here's me thanking you all whoever bought my book. Kindly do me one favor please, give a review. I fall under inquisitive species category and I know you all will support me. Stay well friends. Wishing you a happy weekend. Much love, Rimli 2/n
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 28
"Numbers are constant until they are not." June 2020 I came out with my debut anthology I was apprehensive on how the book will fare in the market. Well, readers have been kind enough to scale up my book's sales figure. 1/n
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 27
Replying to @rimli76
That it were*
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 27
We haven't met but our minds spoke. We are children. We study in school. We loved playing hide and seek. What we only knew then was that it was us to be blamed. Ignore us. It doesn't matter now. From the window we watch our Security's daughter. She is playing hide and seek.
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 25
Call me crazy but when I am sucked in a book I want to hold on to each sentence. I wudn't want to proceed & would prefer clinging to them, very much like all the boyfriends I had in my past. Little did I know it was the beginning of obsession. And I changed forever.
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Plumo24 Nov 25
Plumo24 sharing some great and inspirations - I am not a writer Didi. I have a diary where I pen my words with a fountain pen gifted by my father when I was a little girl. The pages are blank but I have crafted my miraculous wo…
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 25
Replying to @Plumo_24
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Rimli Bhattacharya Nov 25
I am not a writer Didi. I have a diary where I pen my words with a fountain pen gifted by my father when I was a little girl. The pages are blank but I have crafted my miraculous words in them which only I can read. May be someday my daughter will. I am not a writer Didi ❤
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