As many of you who follow me on my various
social media handles know, I have started a writing course called Fundamentals
of Creative Writing: A project based course to strengthen your writing skills.
Since a lot of people are asking me the
same questions over and over, I thought I would do a FAQ (Frequently Asked
Questions), so that the next time someone asks me about it, I can point them
1. What is this course about?
The course is a writing course,
consisting of on-demand video lectures. It is divided into several sections. At
the end of each section, there is an assignment for you to do and submit. See in detail, what you will be learning HERE.
2. What is the duration of the
The duration depends entirely on you, as you
can do the course at your own pace. Here's what you will get:
You also get access to an EXCLUSIVE facebook writing club, which is a CLOSED group.
3. Is it just a one-hour long video?
No! Researchers have found that information
is best retained when gi…
This is the cover of my next book! It will be releasing on April 27th of this month. The cover was unveiled today in a live session on facebook
For those of you who have read 34 bubblegums and candies, this is a new version of that book. The most popular stories from that are there is this. But there are also a lot of new stories. It has five sections-- each section has stories about a certain theme. These are all TRUE stories from my life.
This morning when I returned from my walk, a pleasant surprise awaited me. It was a gorgeous bouquet of pink flowers, the very same ones you see in the picture above.
'Who has sent these?' I asked my husband.
He shrugged, ' It was there when I came back after walking the dog,' he said.
I looked for a card, and there was none. It was an anonymous mystery sender.
'I am sure you sent it, as a surprise! And you are pretending that you haven't,' I told my husband.
'No, I actually wanted to get you flowers, but I didn't get around to it. I didn't send it. Must be one of your friends,' he said.
I was puzzled. It had to be someone who knew my residential address, and I wondered who it could be.
'Perhaps it was wrongly delivered, and it was meant for someone else,' I said.
'No chance. How can anyone wrongly deliver these flowers? It's someone who has sent it for you,' said my husband.
I asked one of my closest friends if he had…