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A student and self-proclaimed ‘writer’, from Lahore, Pakistan, currently studying English Literature in London, England. I used to think ‘blogger’ was a vulgar and obscene term used by self-indulgent pretentious numskulls, eager to spread their life and work out on the internet but now I have happily accepted myself as one of them. I wish to write as much as I can, and whatever I want. I hope you enjoy.

39 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you for reading “Watching TV by Candlelight” . I really appreciate it. Looking forward to reading exploring your site and reading your work!

  2. Hello Momina,

    You have a nice blog up here. Keep penning and shining. Your readers will find your blog inspiring, I am sure! :-)

    Have a lovely day, my friend! :-)

    Subhan Zein

  3. That’s funny, I had the exact same reluctance and wariness about “blogging” – but I’m glad we both changed our minds! Been reading through some of your thoughts here, and I really enjoy your voice – very direct, unfiltered, stirring. Keep it up. May fortune and the Muse smile on ya.

  4. Hey there,

    I just discovered you from a like on a poem by Alexandra Corinth. Your writing is quite magical, full of heady emotion and exquisite detail. I love that you managed to turn peeing in a public restroom into poetry.

      • It’s blogger to blogger…Nominated means that you have the award…in this case there are 4! Basically it is a show of respect and appreciation for anothers work…follow my link, and You can see what I had to do to accept. I also linked your site on my home page…your writing is so unique, I really hope more people see…

  5. the most important part of that statement was “whatever i want.” that’s the beauty here, besides you. that it’s your place, your page, your “book” to write whatever you want. take great advantage of that.

  6. Struggled similarly with the blog decision and am glad to find myself on the same side as you. Sending some well deserved love to the Hemmingway quote, too. Well chosen!

  7. I just love the way you write. The words that you use really brings everything to life. I include you in my blogroll because I always look forward to your next piece. :)

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