Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo, a French poet, novelist and dramatist of the Romantic Movement has been one of my favourite French authors. His most well-known novel “Les Miserables” that took him 17 years of research. proved popular enough with the masses that the issues were soon on the agenda of the French National Assembly. Here I discuss … Continue reading Victor Hugo


A Big Hello From “Questy Musings”

My Friend Alexa Season 4 Finally signed up for the Season 4 of My Friend Alexa. Its been a long time since I blogged or typed out my thoughts. Last year was fun, and am sure this year too will be a roller coaster especially with the reading. My...My the number of blogs I get … Continue reading A Big Hello From “Questy Musings”

10 things I am grateful for & 9 things I learnt during #MyFriendAlexa

I am grateful To the Almighty To Blogchatter who organised #MyFriendAlexa. To Blogchatter team who sent me the mails with regular updates. To my fellow-bloggers who responded instantly to the messages. To Twitter for providing me a platform to connect with like-minded bloggers. To WordPress who gave me my first blog. To all the people … Continue reading 10 things I am grateful for & 9 things I learnt during #MyFriendAlexa


Today has just begun. I wrote my first #100 word story/poem. More thoughts on the same idea follow. The beginning is always difficult, once you catch steam there is nothing stopping you. Do what your heart tells you. Here are 16 tips to follow your heart. Spend more time with yourself. Once you are … Continue reading #16

Hi-Five Teens

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.comB: I remember it's you dad's birthday. C: Then why don't you give him some ideas. I am already tired after a long session of Math. D: Why not get tickets for his favourite movie? A: Yeah!  That sounds like a wonderful idea. My dad loves Bollywood movies and my mom, Hollywood. … Continue reading Hi-Five Teens

Four Teens

A: Hi Guys! what's new? B: Nothing... holidays are usually boring. C: Yes... Parents around. A: So what? D: Nice to have them at home. Or else they are usually all dressed and hurrying? B: It's better that way. At least they don't tell us what to do. A: Why does someone have to tell … Continue reading Four Teens

A Baker’s Dozen

A baker's dozen is the number 13. In Medival England, the bakers were penalised or fined if the bread was not the right weight. They tossed in the extra one and played safe, and this term was coined. I am totally in sync with this phrase. Let us be prepared always a little extra not … Continue reading A Baker’s Dozen