7 authentic conflicts I face: As a ‘non-native’ English writer

  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

4 tools that save my back while writing

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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