Dear Write Tribers,

Dear Write Tribers,

Hope this letter finds you all in best of your spirits.  The Write Tribe Festival Of Words has been a huge success for all of us, isn’t it?  When the topics were shared with us, I was only sure about one day and that is today’s prompt. I knew I had to write a letter to my fellow blogger friends.

I actively started blogging on my site from February of this year and I got to know that to make my blog a success I would need to join various blogger and mommy groups on Facebook and promote it to get noticed. Thus, I joined numerous groups. I do not remember when I joined the Write Tribe group and I was not very active on the group but the day I joined the whats app group my blogging aspirations soared high.

Today as I write this letter I feel very grateful that I was accepted to be a part of The Write Tribe. It is a matter of pride to be on the same platform as many veterans of blogging. Write Tribe is a healthy mix of experience and freshness. I have learnt a lot from each of you.

The Write Tribe group is so different from other blogger groups on Facebook. It is not a community of bloggers but a family.  Each one of you is always ready to guide and help each other.

Write Tribe family has been instrumental in making me tread an unknown path and explore the side of me which I myself was not aware. The Write Tribe Festival Of Words has been my first attempt at any writing challenge. I was apprehensive of participating initially but the messages on the group and the excitement among all of you promoted me to be a part of this amazing experience.

I had never attempted to write fiction. I only did it for the first time on the Saturday prompts on whats app. I even shared it with my friends and family with the excitement like a child who shows off a new toy. And yesterday I did something I had never dreamt in my wildest dreams. I took a plunge and wrote a story for the first time ever. Every comment I received on the story was immensely motivating.

I was taking baby steps until now but dear friends all of you have given flight to my dreams and have provided me with the much needed impetus to make my parenting blog a useful resource for parents.

I seek your support always and request you keep guiding me whenever I falter.

Thank You.

Much Love,


(P.S) Alexa Ranking of my blog has improved tremendously too. I am thrilled to share this with all of you.

I am taking part in the Write Tribe


44 thoughts on “Dear Write Tribers,”

    1. Thanks Sonia. Yes Write Tribe is an amazing group of like minded writers with a healthy mix of newbies and experience. You can look for Write Tribe FB Page & like it and then you could look for Write Tribe FB group and put in a request. Page link:
      After you sign up on the page , you can msg admins to add you on the group.

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  2. Congratulations Aesha for doing well in such a short period of time. I concur with you about being a member of Write Tribe. I felt exactly the same way when I joined the tribe in 2015 January. Since then, no matter how many blogging communities I have become a part of, home for me has always been Write Tribe. There is no place like this place. This has been my first time as well with the Write Tribe Festival. The first year, I couldn’t gather the courage to participate. The second year, I was busy with a family function. Hence, it was mandatory for me to attempt this challenge this year. It feels glad to know you as a blogger and as a warm person. Hope you attain tremendous success 🙂

  3. You never know unless you try! Good that you tried. Congratulations on the comments and the Alexa. This was such a lovely letter. Blogger groups help you grow so much and like you said, Write Tribe is amazing 🙂

    1. Yes Reema , I realised that. I have throughly enjoyed this festival of words. I am never felt such a sense of true satisfaction ever.

  4. Aesha, keep writing. I agree the Write Tribe group has been a whiff of fresh air. I’m not that active in the whatsapp group but hoping to be active soon. I think you should participate in the A to Z Challenge in April 2018 – that will be fun!

  5. It’s great that you’ve made such progress in so little time . Blogging is a very satisfying activity especially when you meet the right group of people.

  6. Kudos Aesha for the imrpovement in your blogging stats! Its indeed a heady feeling when that happens. And I agree with you on Write tribe beinga an excellent community to grow as a blogger. All the best in your blogging journey!

  7. Thanks to WT and this fest, I am out of my long blogging block. I love this group for the warmth and familiarity even when all barely know each other. Tribal Hugs. 🙂

  8. Yes, write tribe is like a family. We support and encourage each other at every step. It’s wonderful to have you as a part of this group. Congrats on the success in Alexa Ranking ?

  9. Write Tribe is no doubt a very different group which caters to bloggers. This is my 2nd one with a blogging challenge and its a step forward in bracing up for A to Z next year. Its good to see you grow your parenting blog, its key to build up genuine audience and Write tribe is a great way to connect with like minded bloggers. Congrats on the fiction part- loved your single dad story, you should do more. I need to connect with you on Alexa, separately.

    1. Yes Akshata it is different and I am enjoying every bit of this challenge. Rather I feel it’s a bitter sweet moment as it’s just coming to an end. But yes it has made me excited about the A to Z challenge and the one for next month on blogchatter.

  10. Congratulations and best wishes for your continued success, Aesha! I look forward to reading your fiction. I have been avoiding WhatsApp. I will have to check it out. Thanks for sharing!

  11. The festival might end soon, but the fun will continue on the WhatsApp group I think. 🙂 It’s very happening, and I am glad you attempted fiction for the Saturday prompts too.

    1. Thanks Vinay. I know, it’s a bitter sweet feeling. I am happy I am about to accomplish something I had never dreamed of but sad that it will end soon.

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