Storizen Magazine - - Contents - Sau­rabh Chawla, Edi­tor in Chief edi­tor@stor­izen.com

Ire­mem­ber my child­hood days when I was ob­sessed with the fa­mous 'Sher­lock Holmes' by Sir Arthur Co­nan Doyle. I have read that so many times that I can't even re­mem­ber the count. The love for reading was born when I turned seven. I still re­mem­ber the time I used to clean my cup­board to make ex­tra space for the books I loved to read.

Grow­ing up, the love for reading trans­formed into me turn­ing into a writer. I started blog­ging and I loved ev­ery sin­gle mo­ment when I sat down to write. It helped me ease the pain, more­over, it helped me clear m mind off all the clut­ter.

Stor­izen Magazine, I would say, hap­pened to me for a rea­son. We are con­stantly evolv­ing and we are fo­cused on one mis­sion, to unite the writ­ers, blog­gers, and au­thors with their read­ers.

We bring you this edi­tion for the Month of May 2018 fea­tur­ing the 'Death of the

Reader' by our founder Mukesh Ri­jh­wani. Pooja Bagul shares her tips on cloth­ing styles for women this sum­mer. We are glad to have Rodolfo Her­nan­dez write for us on the rules for get­ting PUB­LISHED. Among our other contributors are Manushreya Sharma, Ke­taki Pat­ward­han, Swetha, Sagar Singh.

Gau­rav Sharma and Priyanka Bansal share their jour­ney as an au­thor. Among the poets, we have De­vika Parekh, Nam­rata Thakur, Shivi Pandey, and Cheena Kachroo.

We love to see a tremen­dous re­sponse and are glad to pro­vide a plat­form where read­ers and writ­ers can unite and know each other bet­ter.

It's been a long and soul­ful jour­ney till now but ev­ery time I take a look back, I feel that it has just started. There is so much to learn and a way long to go and be in­spired by reading this is­sue that we have a feel­ing that you'll be re­fer­ring to it again and again.

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