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Thursday, January 17, 2013

"One In A Million and A Dime A Dozen" - My Entry for the Get Published Contest

The Idea:



The entire mankind has spent their lives trying to find 'true love'. Does it exist? Or is it just a myth? My story is about two lonely strangers who happen to be friends with benefits and how their entire outlook on love and relationships changes due to an unwanted pregnancy. do they realize that love is the most fundamental element of life in this chaotic world? Or do they succumb to the pain of grieving, lonely hearts and lose hope of ever living a normal mundane life.


What Makes This Story Real:


The story is based on the emotions that have been undergone by the majority of us in our lives, the emotions being loneliness, uncertainty, failure and love. Anyone who reads this will hopefully

become nostalgic and relate to some aspects of the story.


Endnote: This is my entry for the HarperCollins–IndiBlogger Get Published contest, which is run in inputs from Yashodhara Lal and HarperCollins India.

11 comments:

Shiromi * said...

You're quite the writer yourself. All the best!

Disha Maladkar said...

u r de perfect charismatic n hats off to ur article... i wish u would win fo sure :-) ur articles r commendable n interesting n i always liked 'em :-) All de best dea!

Jay Singh said...

Hi Rafaa,

Wow, you've got me interested in this story now. Indeed, love happens to everyone at least once in their lives.

My vote goes to you, cheers :) :) :) Wish you luck :) :)

P.S. Do check out & vote for my entry for Get Published.

Regards

Jay
My Blog | My Entry to Indiblogger Get Published

Rafaa Dalvi aka Mr.Charismatic said...

Thank you Shiromi. I wish you the same :)

Rafaa Dalvi aka Mr.Charismatic said...

Thanks a lot for your feedback. Getting recognition is much more important than winning.

Rafaa Dalvi aka Mr.Charismatic said...

I liked your entry too. I'm an Automobile Engineer and could totally relate to it. Cheers.

rinzu rajan said...

Loved the subtle tinge of humour you wrote it with!

Voted for you. Please read mine and see if it rings a bell in your head and kindly vote.

http://www.indiblogger.in/getpublished/idea/248/

rinzu rajan said...

I liked the subtle tinge of humor with which you wrote it!

Voted for you. Please read mine and see if it rings a bell in your head and kindly vote.

http://www.indiblogger.in/getpublished/idea/248/

Rafaa Dalvi aka Mr.Charismatic said...

Thank You. I too liked how you included your personal experiences in your story.

sarahmalik said...

this seems promising. the dialogues are crisp and the flow looks good and since am such a bad fiction writer, I find almost anything amazing :P
good luck to you.

Rafaa Dalvi said...

Well let's hope for the best :)

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