Next week’s topic (BBOOKS)

If you don’t know what BBOOKS is about, please visit the page at the top of this blog.

It’s an ambitious venture to bring out and showcase works from authors whose genuine and excellent writings go unnoticed in the crowd of blogs.

It’s a theme based weekly magazine and you can be a part of it based on which theme suits you.

The next week’s theme is “A tryst with Nature”

Just got home from a week's walking in the Sco...

It could be anything like why you love nature or why you feel creepy in the mountains or any interesting story about your experience with the nature’s flaws or blessings.

Just send me a link to your post or email me the article at

Please note that you must include a short bio of yours along with the post so that readers could connect with you. That may include your name, country, why you write, address to your blog and any message to the readers.


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2 Responses to Next week’s topic (BBOOKS)

  1. Nicole says:

    Reblogged this on NMNPHX and commented:
    Hey there! Wanted to share this week’s topic for BBooks. It’s about nature! I bet some of you out there have some interesting tales about dealing with nature, right? Maybe you’ve already posted a blog entry about nature, in which case all you have to do is send Akanksha the link to your blog post. Have your submissions to her by Wednesday (Aug. 15) by 10pm IST (India Standard Time).

  2. Pat Bailey says:

    Here is my entry.

    I am retired and love traveling. I used to teach at a small University in Michigan that had requirement for students to take a 21 day trip to another culture in order to learn the social institutions of that country. I took several groups to England/Scotland and one group to Ireland. I am so happy to have an opportunity to post this picture and my thoughts because I have thought about it frequently.

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