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COFFEE DATE: THE REAL TASTE OF LOVE


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Coffee Date: The Real Taste of Love

If Blog-a-Ton can be read as an anthology of short stories written under a common theme, then why not to write a review for the same?

Since I suggested the topic “Chocolate” I would like to review the participating entries as well. I enjoyed reading the posts, l am enjoying writing this review and I hope that you enjoy reading my take on the participating entries of Blog-a-Ton 53. The first of its kind.

This edition is a perfect chocolaty read! 21 participants (I am one of them), 21 beautiful collections of stories and poems, and it is just un-put-down-able.


My Review:

1. Forgiven by Tanaya Nath – The best post of the edition. Tanaya Nath showed that Father's love will remain same no matter if they are far or near. Tears rolled down my eyes when I completed reading the story. Absolutely loved it. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

2. Raju’s Chocolate by Cifar – Cifar wrote a beautiful poem. Sharing is a good habit and it gives happiness for the receiver and satisfaction for the giver. I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

3. Dark is the Devil by Vanderloost – Women should be stronger to handle domestic violence, but in some cases, they are failing like Sandya did. Because of his cruel husband, she lost her beautiful life. A touching write-up. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

4. LIFE OF A CHOCOHOLIC by Sulaiman – This was one of my favorites in this edition. Sulaiman is right. Chocolate makes our life heaven. Eat chocolates daily and enjoy each and every day. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

5. It’s never the last by Yamini – The best and sweetest of all poems. It’s true that chocolate is the best gift and it can uplift the mood any time. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

6. Pappy by The Solitary Writer – The solitary writer narrated the relationship between a Father and a Son beautifully. I prefer reading stories with Happy Endings. I would give a four-star rating to the story.

7. A Toast to Chocolate by Nandini G – Nandini penned down a nice little poem here. As she said hi-fives to chocolates! I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

8. Chocolate by Nandin D – What a tempting poem it was! Enjoyed reading it. I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

9. My Love – Chocolate (s) by TheWhiteScape – Even my parents said the same… if you eat chocolates then your teeth will be plucked by the doctors. So I like this post a lot. Thank you so much for sharing the goodness of chocolate. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

10. Express of Love by Naught Authentic - Chocolate is the best way to express the love. The author expressed it with awesome lines. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

11. Bitter by aativas – I can relate to the story. The unsaid past changed the sweet chocolate into bitter one. Expressed wonderfully. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

12. Chocolate Ice Cream by Animesh – What a lovely poem it was, capturing wonderful memories of chocolate ice cream. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

13. Chocodrella by Gunjan – This is so beautiful I was excited and tempted to know what’s next. And finally a chocolate healed her broken heart and replaced the love. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

14. Bittersweet by Harshal - Romantic and lovely poem. I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

15. Chocolate by Sharp Little Pencil - The poem tempted me to eat chocolate first and then think of diet. So sweet! I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

16. Chocolate and Me by Ayushi - This poem is so touching. "You are not my weakness, that everyone tries to use" "You are a necessary ingredient, for my soul’s diet." "A girl with a chocolate is not always approachable" Wow! A fantastic story said in verses. Absolutely loved it! I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

17. I get over the moon with Chocolates by Simran Kaur – It was a yummy poem presented so beautifully. Absolutely loved it. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

18. Living a fantasy by the critics - Suppose a story is said in the form of poetry. 'Forbidden' 'Dreams' and 'Chocolate' combined well in his poem. I really liked it, but long poems are tough to follow. I would give a four-star rating to the poem.

19. Mixed in a chocolate Fantasy by The Cursed Poet - A very different poem. Beautiful, and conveys different emotions. I would give a five-star rating to the poem.

20. Chocolate by Someone is Special - I love this entry by default. What a narration! She wanted to play an interesting game in their life but fate played its game. I want Sarav to write a sequel to the story. I would give a five-star rating to the story.

My Top 5:
1. Someone is Special’s entry Chocolate
2. Simran Kaur’s entry I get over the moon with Chocolates
3. Tanaya Nath’s entry Forgiven
4. Animesh Ganguly’s entry Chocolate Ice Cream and Vanderloos's entry Dark is the Devil
5. Sulaiman Sait’s entry LIFE OF A CHOCOHOLIC and The White Scape’s entry My Love – Chocolate (s)


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Blog-a-Ton 53 is fantastic. I wish and expect more from Blog-a-Ton 54. Good luck to all the participants. A ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Edition, Highly Recommended for all the Chocolaty Stories and Poems Lovers, No Second Thoughts!


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About Vinayaka Vidhya

Vidhya is a 24-year-old fun-loving girl, married to Sarav, living in Bengaluru. She is a food blogger at Vinayaka's Kitchen. She loves cooking cusines from around the world, reading romantic novels, and decorating home magically. She can be contacted at contact@vinayakaskitchen.com.
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  1. This is a great idea, Vidhya, to present Blog-A-Ton as an anthology and sharing a review upon it. Unfortunately, I couldn't take part this time. Taking part in it for just a few times has brought me friends and visibility to my blog. Would love to read each of the entries one by one. :)

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    1. Thank you so much. It's good to get appreciated for trying something different. Blog-a-Ton 54 review is on the way. Bit delayed due to the hectic schedule.

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  2. This is a nice idea, Vidhya. Two out of three winners are in your Top Three, which is awesome. You have written an honest review :) Keep it up.

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