The 52 Project

So it is two days before my birthday and yeah, I’m bloody excited!

Whispers of not one but two surprises have reached me! I have such awesome friends! Seriously! I am so freaking curious! I am like a drunk grasshopper.

Except not drunk. Two days till I’m eighteen and three years till I’m of the legal age to drink.

Meanwhile, I’ll indulge in sprite. No other soft drink is as amazing as sprite (for me). I normally don’t drink coke or Pepsi. No no, it’s sprite for me.

Anyway. What I actually want to write about (and is long due) is a challenge that I’ve taken up.

So I raise the curtain to –

“The 52 Project”

A big round of applause please!

(Don’t I sound self-obsessed XD )

So the thing is that I’ve been working on this blog which is basically nonfiction. To be frank, as much as I love blogging, I miss writing fiction.

Recently I made a whatsapp group of all my bookoholic friends and friend’s of friends. An idea for which I can pat myself on the back.

One of my new friends has taken up this challenge and he invited us to join him. So I did.

I have to write 52 short stories in 52 weeks.

They can be on anything and of any length. I’ll be posting them here every Saturday.

The first week was last week. I am yet to edit the story I wrote. Hopefully, I will be able to post it tomorrow.

I am super excited! Wish me luck!

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