I was never fond of libraries, I used to hate them, I was a kind of boy who was only interested into sports, like cricket, football, but then something happened, something struck off my head, I got beaten by reality and I transformed into a book worm.
Then I was reading book by book, every time, living through them, every month I would finish 2–3 books, then I joined a library, British Council Library. I ordered some books and read them, I am still reading one from them, “Ted Levitt On Marketing” and “The Warren Buffet Way” and I haven't yet finished it.
I gave my exams, but now scared of my results, and this and that, many things happened with me, ever since I joined college, I quit blogging and approached my novel writing in a different way (Well, Handwritten). Many days of complete boredom, with college people, and many days of escaping from college and going for a long walk between Matunga and Dadar, contemplating. I am not compatible with people in my college, they are all excited, friendly, and all, they made friends easily and I was like, “what is wrong with me?” I am a little bit different, I am quiet, or say an introvert, but still I have guts to experiment myself into a career of marketing.
So, four months finished, I completely backed out from blogging, then I was scrolling and I saw an article from medium. Then I thought, maybe I should try blogging in Medium. So, my inner experimenter woke up and said, “yes”
So keeping libraries into conversation, I became the love of library, my college library is filled with classics, then poetry and other books as well. Library became my soulmate into working for my novel, I went to the library daily and started writing, and people didn't gave a damn what i was doing, and i was glad that they didn't. But since exams started, I was laying off libraries, a bit, and studying lately, but now as exams got finished, now I will go write my novel and work on blogging.
I am approaching my novel in a handwritten way, it is much easier to write, no problems, but what scares me is, that I have to write it again into my laptop.
So, I am back again, on a new platform, and it feels good to be back!