The week that was: #4

Hello everyone!

This is time for a recap of my week.

There was no new episode of Coke Studio. I wasn’t very excited to review, either.

My weekend was horrible cuz I got a one star rating for one of my novellas and a trashy review. *sobbing*

The rest of the weekend was doing regular cleaning and dusting, and of course, sulking about the bad review.

The defect pile in my name is reducing , so I am tad bit less stressed this week.

Almost half of the week peeps were busy decorating the office for festive celebrations. This time it was for Diwali. Two days of decoration and generating deafening noise, today there was another lunch party, followed by another party at tea time. There was a full day photo session.

Do these people do nothing but celebrate?

Don’t these folks have work to do?

If anyone is wondering, you’re not alone. I’m also wondering.

Thank god it’s Friday and I just left office.


I got another request from indie author to review his book. The review will be my next post, hopefully. I am still watching season 2 of Kara Para Ask, which is just not ending. I am sick of it but can’t stop watching it either.

The third phase of Crooning Techies Novel is on amazon. You can also read first and second parts. One last stretch for the fourth and final part and then my first novel will be complete.


Have a happy weekend 🙂

Shabana

P.S. I want to take a moment and thank every visitor on my blog. Your time is appreciated 🙂

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Sara Saif says:

    Aww. I’m not a writer but I do know that getting bad reviews on something you created sucks. It’s happened with my sewing and it stings real bad. But the only thing is to move forward, eh? And also, I’ve been meaning to say this for a while, you live in India? This had me shook cause I originally thought you were a Pakistani. You know, you speak and write urdu and review Pakistani dramas and all. I was like whaaaaaat

    1. Thanks dear. You always have a positive to say. I’m trying hard to recover, by writing more, of course.
      Yes, I’m Indian. Does that make us enemies? 😉

      1. Sara Saif says:

        LOLLZZZ. No! I don’t know if it’s a Pakistani thing or what but if someone outside of Pakistan speaks/writes Urdu or watches our dramas or is a Muslim I find it so weird.

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