Unseen love : My entry for the Get Published contest

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Photo Credit: idogcow via Compfight cc

The Idea :

Years of caring for her sick mother left Nikita exhausted. Nikita was in her early twenties and the only child of her parents. She was pretty and attractive enough to turn heads in crowds. Having lost her mother,  she took to writing and became a member of a social networking forum.  A platform to express her emotions and thoughts.

After writing articles for about a month she noticed a person commenting, but anonymously. Every article she posted he had something to express through his comments.  She was amazed at his knowledge and thought process. This became a routine. She got used to seeing his name popping up with every article. Weeks passed, months passed and it became a daily scenario.

Whenever she felt lonely she turned to writing and the sight of his pseudo-name seemed to fill the void in her life. She became curious and wanted to know more about him. They exchanged emails and phone numbers. Friendship blossomed!

Conversations started growing longer and longer and she was becoming close to him. He never disclosed his name, but promised to reveal it when they meet.  She was swayed by his husky, seductive voice. He helped her to heal.  One day they  decide to meet.  She was surprised to see her Unseen love.  Fate had brought them together again.

Unseen love : It is a story of a young girl in her mid twenties  who was going through a lonely phase after loosing her mother. This story describes how a social networking platform and fate brought two people and their destinies together.

What makes this story real : The purpose of writing this story is to describe how relationships blossom online.  Social online platforms are becoming hubs of beautiful relationships. It’s about trusting your instincts and finding the right person.

End note : This is my entry for the HarperCollins–IndiBlogger Get Published contest, which is run with inputs from Yashodhara Lal and HarperCollins India.
Note :  Readers please click the like button on the link below to vote   http://www.indiblogger.in/getpublished/idea/516

16 thoughts on “Unseen love : My entry for the Get Published contest

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    1. Thanks Som :)…I was hesitant to participate, but later changed my mind.Today is the last date to submit the article. It’s tough as it’s partially based on votes from bloggers.

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