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Hello everyone! Hope you are enjoying your weekend the way you want to.

Manuela Timofte, editor of Gobblers & Masticadores, was very kind to reach out to me with some questions about my experience as a writer.

I’d like to thank her for her interest in my writing journey and the (little) knowledge I have about the writing craft. I hope and desire to learn more and develop my skills every day.

Without saying too much, please read ahead and click the blue link to know more about me and my writing. Thanks!

A good short story is not only a reliable friend you can lean on, but it is also a short escape into a vibrant world that rests upon the shoulders of creativity. There’s a story here for everyone, you’ll just have to read to believe. Terveen Gill, Editor Masticadores India M.- Why […]

Terveen Gill – Interview — Gobblers & Masticadores

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13 Comments on “Terveen Gill – Writer Interview — Gobblers & Masticadores

  1. I loved the interview and getting a peek inside the mind of a wonderfully talented writer. I’m so glad you discovered your love for writing and that you’ve chosen to share your gifts with us. Words are bridges that span continents and cultures and bring people together. Best of luck with your current and upcoming projects, Terveen, and please know you’ve made a positive and indelible impact on all of us. 🙂

    • Thanks so much, Mike. Writing was really a life saver, keeps me going, keeps me sane (I think). Words are powerful, their reach is immense, and they can salvage or destroy. Wow! That’s a lot to process. Without writing I wouldn’t be here and replying to your beautiful comment. Completely a joy and a blessing. You and your writing make this world a better place. 🙂

  2. great interview; I think I’m a fluid writer too with little idea where I’m going; may the new novel progress to completion, esp during this upcoming ‘silly season’ 🙂

    • Thank you so much, John. Your writing has that surprise element which is so wonderful. I’m still completing the novel, hopefully soon now. Cheers to silly seasons and many writing reasons. 🙂

  3. Love this interview. This is the first time I heard, “a compass or a map writer”, which are apt descriptions of writers. And just like you, I can only draw a loose outline. Anything more than that will make me feel constricted. And I’ve heard of technology helping you write, but I’ve never tried it other than using autocorrect on word processors. Well, happy writing no matter where we publish…

    • I like that spirit, Haoyan. Writing should be a passion first and then a means to gain. If the initial intention is to become famous or earn money right away, then it’s best to look for some other opportunity. Writing is a journey to be relished. I’m so glad you brought this up. Happy writing to you. 🙂

  4. So true, Terveen, about writing to settle the chaos inside us. Good to read about your motivations and writing methods. I always enjoy hearing the back stories behind excellent writers. Your work is a delight to read and always leaves me with something to think about. Thank you for sharing your interview.

    • Thank you so much, Davy. We’re storytellers and also stories gradually evolving. It’s great to be connected with so many brilliant writers. So many voices, so many perspectives, so many experiences. Appreciate you and your diverse writing. The love of words is a great gift. 🙂

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