Day 137 – Media Diet Roundup (PART 4)

70 days after the previous update on my 1000 days of media diet, here is a short story and poetry reading roundup. I posted updates on day 25, 48, 67 and now on 137. I’m unable to set a proper schedule for this because of the following reasons:

  • I’ve been spending most of my free time looking up the latest news on coronavirus.
  • I had been accepting ARCs from budding authors and tend to prioritize books from authors than any other books.
  • I’ve joined a handful of reading challenges this year and don’t want to leave them for the end of the year.

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Day 67 Media Diet Roundup (Part 3) Featuring the Best Russian Short Story Collection

Alright, I’ll admit I slipped and didn’t follow my 1000 days Media Diet Plan properly. I may have taken part in some video binge-watching but I did read my daily dose of short stories and poems so I’ll call it a success. In my defence, it was the holiday season, and everyone knows you cannot follow a diet during this time of the year. Let me stop the excuses now and share what I read in the past 19 days. Continue reading

Day 48 – Media Diet Roundup (Part 2)

This is the second update of my 1000 days of media diet. In my previous post on this topic, I shared the classic short stories and poems I read in the first 25 days of my media diet plan. I had also provided links where you can read them for free. Will be continuing the same format in this post as well and change it up in the next roundup post.

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My 1000 Days Media Diet Plan Inspired by Bradbury

Desperate times call for desperate measures. I’ve recently come to terms with the degradation of my language style, be it in the way I write or the way I speak. Gone are the days when I used to confidently deliver impromptu speeches and get applauded. These days, I sometimes even fumble when stating my daily standup updates.

As for writing, every time I pen something, I end up editing it multiple times because Continue reading