“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth.” – Oscar Wilde
I know why you are here. You want to see if it is worth going through all the hassle of clicking the small follow button. A button which holds the potential to make my anonymous self, potentially famous online (Too far fetched a thought, I know).
This blog exists so that I can write and all of you can enjoy reading. That’s it. End of the short version. Go ahead, read a few posts, and if you like them, follow the blog. OR you could stick around for a detailed description.
Great! You are still here. Which means you want to know more about the blog.
Getting straight to it – The blog originally initiated when I started writing stuff which did not belong in my short stories or novels. I needed an outlet for those writings, and hence this blog was born! It became doubly beneficial since it made me write more frequently. And triply advantageous because I could experiment with my writing style.
So, if you stick around you will get to see a variety of posts. Ranging from fiction to non-fiction; from humorous to serious; from good to ba… er… not so good. Some might even be controversial to your beliefs but you don’t have to agree to them – you will just get to a broader perspective to life.
Bottom line is – it’s going to be fun (probably) and I am going to remain anonymous (definitely).
If you still are looking into more detail about the blog, you can click HERE. I know it seems like a click bait thing where I direct you to a blog post for views, but trust me — with as much trust you can instill in an anonymous blogger on the internet — it’s not about that (well, not completely). This post is where I got down to actually explain the blog and I am too lazy to write the stuff again.
Feel free to like, share, comment, criticize, look down upon, correct, commend and help out this blog.
And remember you can always communicate with me on email@example.com. I have no idea why you would but you can.
PS – If you have commented on my blog I generally tend to reply quickly but if I don’t, it’s not that I hate you or your comment. It’s just that at times, I have an attention span of a bumble bee.