Write a short story every week. It’s not possible to write 52 bad short stories in a row. – Ray Bradbury

I thought long and hard before starting this. It’s been recurring for a while now but I always manage to get the idea out of my head quite quickly.
Maybe out of insecurity. Maybe out of laziness. Maybe out of the fear of a commitment. But lately, I started obsessing about it a little bit that it (and I) became annoying.

So anyway, I did it. I pressed on that publish button late on a Wednesday night, in early November. And here I was: left with a blank screen, a suffering laptop – who took ages to type this text – and a mind going insane.

I hope I don’t scare you away. I hope you’ll give me and my writing a chance. I hope you’ll stick around to witness the rise of the next big thing – aka yours truly. Or just watch me fail and laugh a little, which is also a possibility.

Check us on Twitter and Facebook and we’d really appreciate if you’d share our blog with people who’d find it interesting.

In any case, welcome aboard the Paper Planes and thank you for flying with us.


PS: I make a lot of typos and sometimes I “eat” words. I think I can’t type fast enough to keep up with my thoughts. I always double check before posting, but in vain sometimes because I read what I meant to say, instead of what I actually wrote (makes sense, right?)


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