Being a full time writer may sound romantic to some people. They may even feel an unreasonable amount of envy about this career choice. The truth is, being a full time writer - or for that matter, being a writer at all - is like a 24/7 job. If you aren't writing, you are plotting/planning… Continue reading Busting Myths About Writers
Memories of us, Wherever I am. Moments of us, Whenever I breathe. Messages for us, However we see it.
Being a writer is awesome, especially when people ask you or your parents what you do. I love the confused looks on people's faces every time they hear that I write books and other readable stuff. It's also fun and not annoying anymore when they assume I don't work at all. Most people like to… Continue reading Being a Writer and Explaining It Too
How many moments together, To build the best memories? How many breaths shared, To make the love undying?
I own a tablet, a laptop, a desktop and a smart phone. My software is pretty basic too. Even for my book writing, I haven't used Scrivener or other tools yet. Call me lazy or call me old school, but I'm happy with my Microsoft Office and Google Mail. Still, there are some 'tools' that… Continue reading Some Useful Tools for Writers
We full time writers are familiar with people's surprised/angry reactions to unanswered calls and our reluctance to leave the desk during our precious writing time. The truth is, most people think working from home means that you have no work schedule to follow. But we should have discipline. Time management can be easy if you… Continue reading 4 Ways to Manage Your Writing Time
I love social media - especially Twitter. Twitter can be super useful if you don't waste time following idiots or replying to idiots/trolls. In the last few months, I have become a part of a strong support network of authors. Some of us in our Twitter group are both traditionally published and indie authors, while… Continue reading 3 Reasons Every Author Needs a Support Group