This is a rant post about the apathy our society nurtures, towards depression and other mental conditions In no way, I have an authority on this grave topic but I have first-hand experience that if it remains untreated, depression can wreak havoc in your normal functioning life. I have just started my journey of healing-one … Continue reading We need to talk about mental health. A lot.
In a country where English is not the main language (but rapidly becoming the chief lingua franca in upper-and-middle-class echelon), blogging in English is still perceived being elitist. Here, I have thought and listed down the conflicts non-native writers of English might face. Well, I do encounter them all the time- Thinking in … Continue reading 7 authentic conflicts I face: As a ‘non-native’ English writer
Because today is International Women’s Day and we all need some pieces of life’s truth now and then. So, here we go- “Dear God," she prayed, "let me be something every minute of every hour of my life. Let me be gay; let me be sad. Let me be cold; let me be … Continue reading 10 important quotes from women writers you need today
This is more of a personal rant. I am taking a break from reading self-improvement hacks for an indefinite time. Reasons, the popular life-improvement ideas make me feel- inept guilty anxious jealous It might be my personal fallacy. Be that as it may, self-improvement hacks were designed to bring more clarity into our life. Not … Continue reading Why I am taking a break from ‘popular’ self-improvement tips
Genre: LGBT, Fiction, Romance Author: André Aciman Rating: 3/5 Goodreads Summary: “Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents' cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera. During the restless summer weeks, unrelenting but buried currents of obsession, … Continue reading Book Review: Call Me by Your Name
10 powerful words to include in your vocabulary this week.
This is an old post regarding the fantastic and free online tools, available for the benefit of writers.
When I first started my freelance writing journey, I was rather hesitant. I don’t have a background in literature/writing, so during the first year I was constantly on my toes whether I am doing it correct or not. Though some of my clients were quite encouraging and gave me time to edit and re-edit multiple times, other times I truly struggled about how to pen down a grammatically correct, commercial piece for the e-commerce consumers to get drawn into.
Although I am yet to own ‘professional writing in English’ like a boss, the path has become smoother thanks to a host of tools that can be found in the internet itself. If you have an aspiration to- grow your vocabulary, get guided by fellow writers or do the simple task of churning out fresh content day-after-day, then the following tools will come handy to you without any doubt-
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