Being a writer is challenging. Explaining what you do to friends and relatives is just a minor part of the writer's life. Writers who persist, learn the art of patience and the art of accepting rejection. But we also learn some things about the writing community as a whole. Here are a few observations -…Read more About Writers
I'm a highly sensitive introvert. That includes a lot of characteristics including my ability to feel everything intensely. From a stranger's pain to an animal's fear - you name it, I can feel it. This aspect of me has helped me with my writing. Readers have often said that my books make it clear that…Read more It’s All About Feelings
No writer is perfect. Readers are the best judge of good writing. When I say 'good', I refer to the extent that a book is appreciated by its audience. Is it entertaining enough? Does it deliver what it promised when the buyer picked it up? Is the language flawless? And most importantly, does it leave…Read more Qualities of a Good Writer
Do you know how it feels to be hopeless? To feel as if you have nothing to look forward to and nobody to understand the constant raging storm in your heart? I do. Do you know how it feels to hate yourself and your life and everything around you day after day, month after month,…Read more A Few Words on World Suicide Prevention Day
Love with no rules, Because time is not long. Love with no limits, Because the heart is vast. Love with no ideas, Because surprises do happen.
I love writing for children. Wait, that's not exactly how it is. The truth is, I am an overgrown child who writes funny stories for herself and then shares them with the world. In fact, my entry to the world of fiction writing started with short stories for children during my stint at The Telegraph…Read more Writing for Children