How I made 5000 Followers in 2 Years

Dear Reader,

You & I, we haven’t met but you are more than a friend. We haven’t shared a talk but you are my secret keeper. You’ve been patient when I had to rant, and lent me peace of your words when I was low. Could I find a truer friend? Because you’re someone just like me; someone who loves weaving their own world through their passion for writing, who loves being immersed in a world away from the real world; in books. You motivate me, immensely. You support me, unconditionally.

It is because of you that my blogging journey, these past five years, has been blissfully rewarding. I couldn’t start counting my blessings even if I wanted to. I expected a lot from this endeavour; internal solace, essentially, but the most enthusiastic bit was meeting you.

Today, I am delighted to tell you this, this journey would mean nothing without your persistent support, inspiring warmth and cordial love. In all these years, I have tried many times to make you feel the way you make me feel; loved. But is it enough? I sincerely doubt.

So, dear reader, I take this opportunity yet again, to tell you this – whatever I am, you have made me, whatever I have gained, you have given me, wherever I have reached, you have led me. All these memories we have created together are priceless. I thank you, deeply, truly and amply, for being there, as I will be. ALWAYS.

Your friend.

BadBookthief now has 5000 wonderful friends and followers who add more power and sparkle to each day of my writing life.Β 

Happy writing till we meet next.

Until then, carpe diem!Β πŸ™‚


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148 thoughts on “How I made 5000 Followers in 2 Years

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  1. Congratulations Asha..Actually, I should say thank you for stimulating me with Your writings. As a writer, I have never seen, at-least in my knowledge, utilizing words in beautiful way. Those are always pleasing to read…


      1. I hear that. I’m sure it is with Christmas coming it will be busy. In all the busyness of work take some time out for yourself. You work hard and you deserve some β€œme time”.


  2. Journey of life goes on and on
    Always together with you
    Though you may not feel my presence
    The journey with you continues
    As long as we live
    Hoping to meet you one day
    That would be the happiest moment of my life
    Want to open my mind to you
    Share everything I feel about you
    Want have an elder sister like you
    You are the one gifted by God to me


  3. This is so amazing! I aspire to one day reach a milestone just like this. Your blog is so inspiring in its own. I wish you luck for the future of your blog, because I know it’ll go places! Congratulations once again πŸ™‚


  4. Wowow, congratulations! ❀
    And you deserve it.
    I always look forward to more stuff by you, it's so interesting to go through everything! ❀
    Keep smiling, and looking forward to more! ❀


    1. It indeed is amazing to realise after all these years that I did stick around, for the urge to give in was massive. It is dear friends like yourself that keep me going.
      Hope all’s well, Shruti. πŸ™‚

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                  1. Oh my my… By the way, the whole of September I suffered from Dengue and was in hospital for two weeks. Now good that we both are fine and on our feet. πŸ˜‚

                    You have to either say Yes or No… Hanging me in the air will be a difficult thing for me… Let me know as soon as possible.


                    1. It’s ok… We are having a story relay this week… The starter has been posted yesterday and today the second part will be published soon…

                      The story will end on Saturday…. This Saturday….


  5. Wow congratulations and wish you all the best for all your future endeavors. Looking forward to all your coming post. πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘


          1. I’m yet to experience Murakami. Well, I’m reading ‘Hard Times’ by Dickens. It is a part of my syllabus. I’m planning to pick up ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ after finishing it, which I’ll be reading alongside ‘Doctor Faustas’ by Christopher Marlowe (again a drama from syllabus).


β€œI love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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