A bit late I am but as they say, ‘Better late than never’.
I happen to play Santa Claus to the girls deciding on their gifts and getting it to them as Santa would have done every year. May be Santa found it’s time to let me know that Santa actually exists in real life too.
If you want to know what inspiration is you must meet people at Write Tribe. A few names need a special mention: Corinne Rodrigues, Vidya Sury and Vaisakh Venugopal. The three of them played Santa to me and a real cute little bunch of bloggers and presented us with our best ever Christmas gift.
Though my parents taught me since childhood that Sharing is Caring, my flight into the blogosphere and then into the Write Tribe group of bloggers reinforced this age old saying.
My first online encounter (read date) with Vidya was when I read her post on The Happiness Jar (the first ever post of hers that I’ve read). And ever since that day I have seen that this little bunch of smiles always spreads smiles and happiness even as her blog keeps asking you: Did you smile today? 🙂 So when Corinne asked me to share one of my posts with Vidya for a Book of Write Tribers that she was creating, I gladly did so, without even spending a thought about how big and important this book is going to be. I shared a post and my profile with Vidya. Never did I imagine that it was going to make me feel so honored.
So as we slept peacefully under the cozy comfort of our quilts and the company of our loved ones, Vidya and Vaisakh sat burning the midnight oil, working on nothing but this beautiful Chritmas present for us, our first ever ebook, The Write Tribe Anthology – Book 1.
I feel so privileged to be a part of this group and would love to share The Write Tribe Anthology – Book 1, a reality made possible for 36 Write Tribers by Vidya, Corinne and Vaisakh. Thank you so much, guys! I feel truly happy to have met all of you.
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