This is the second time I am writing an introduction for my blog, the first time being nearly a year ago. Some things have changed, but the fact remains: I am terrible at writing these.

Hello, you can call me Sky.

I am seventeen years old. I love pizza and reading fanfiction when I am supposed to study. I should probably mention that I am a huge Potterhead. I am a Slytherin. True to the traits my house prizes, I am quite ambitious. I am a Sagittarius. My favorite colours are black and midnight blue. My favorite genre is alternative. I do deviate from this though, as Nirvana is one of my favorite bands. I generally suck at math, but my favorite chapters tend to be the ones most people find difficult. I am an Indian. I am currently in twelfth grade.

I think I will have to rewrite this once my board exams are done.

If you google what to write for introductions to blogs, the many sites that pop up will tell you that you should tell what the objective of the blog is. Since I have rambled on and on about myself till now, it is only fitting for me to do some of that now.

If you have read this page before, you will know that I had very clearly explained that I was unsure of the direction my blog would take. Not much has been done on that front nearlyΒ a year later, but I do know slightly more so as to give a more detailed answer than the last time.

My blog will contain accounts of my days, and will have posts expressing my opinion on certain issues or things, written in varying frames of mind, amongst the frankly abhorrible poetry I sometimes dabble in. You have been warned!

If you want to talk about something, or want to collaborate for a post, or just want to hit me up to have a nice chat, contact me! I love talking to people.

Much love,
Sky xoxo.




36 thoughts on “About

  1. This is such a raw and honest description. I could totally relate! It’s nice to see a fellow Indian in the blogosphere too πŸ™‚

    I love all your writing!! I’ve been reading through your blog and am really enjoying everything I’ve read. Can’t wait to read more!

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    1. Wow, thank you! You totally made my day! πŸ˜€ I’m so glad you like my blog! And yes, finding Indians on here is always fun!
      Thanks for stumbling on my blog, and know that you have made my day today. πŸ™‚


    1. Oh, wow!
      Is it slightly (okay, maybe a lot) creepy that I’m fangirling over this comment? Oh my god, yes! Formal is cool, I’ll just be informal and it’ll all even out *wink wink*. Subtlety is clearly not my strong suit!
      Thank you so, so much; your comment made my day! I’ll be honored to accept it; thanks love! x

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  2. Blogging does do wonders, as I’ve learned with 2 (that’s really something for me, maybe less for another) years of blogging – but, honey you’ll always be good enough. What are editors for?! It’s the idea that counts. πŸ˜‰

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  3. Very interesting blog. It’s amazing to see how kids these days (sorry but I’m ten years older to you πŸ˜› ) are doing so well at expressing themselves on the blogosphere. I was either studying or reading novels at your age. Writing hasn’t even crossed my mind back then. Alas.
    Will keep coming back for more. Write on!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, the times have changed. πŸ˜› My elder sister says the same thing! In my defence, I have been writing fiction since seventh grade, and only decided to start blogging this year. πŸ™‚
      Oh, I’ll look forward to your visits! πŸ˜€

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