Yeah Write honours

My First-ever Yeah Write Top Row 3 for the Post:

The Real Reason you should Write

My First ever Editor’s Pick for my Fiction piece at Yeah Write:

The Colour White

And here are the Editor’s comments:

Yeah Write Editors Pick

This post also got the bonus of being the 2nd Highest in the number of votes 🙂

Another Yeah Write Top Row badge! Here’s the post that did it:

If God Exists and other dilemmas

I could get used to this 😉

So happy to share that this post garnered an Editor’s Pick : Out of Reach! 

Muffled and Muted bagged second place in the votes

on the Yeah Write #217 grid. 

Made it to the Top 3 in the votes for Thicker than Blood: Microfiction.

So chuffed that Seething: A microstory  won top honours at Yeah write!

Top Row again: two microstories that resonated with many:-

A Night to Remember

Second place in the votes

Splintered

My Non Fiction post Why I Stand with Ahmed garnered an Editor’s Pick again! Woo hoo!

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Got the Editor’s Pick (thank you, Christine!) and second place in the crowd vote for the micro story ‘Sanctuary

Third place in the votes for my microstory: Seduction! 

Top row for this piece on getting my passport photo taken

Top 3 for my poem on the Orlando shooting in June 2016

Desolation won honours in Yeah Write #282!

Here’s the beautiful note that

went with the Editor’s Pick for this piece!

Shailaja was almost more a photojournalist than a writer in her microstory this week. From the title – Desolation – on we are prepared for stark graphic images, and like the title those images can have more than one meaning. She follows through in the story, using paragraph breaks like page turns to separate her images. First we have a snapshot of broken buildings, bullet-pocked concrete. But that’s not all that’s encapsulated in this paragraph: sounds start to filter in. Next she builds on those sounds, presents us with an image of women picking over looted corpses. Does it happen in the same space as the buildings? It might. It might not; the ambiguity lends a timelessness to the image. The final two paragraphs really highlight this sense of senselessness and almost catapult us back to the beginning: we don’t know what war is over. We don’t know who won or lost – and maybe neither does anyone else.

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