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How I Reincarnate as a Writer – One Story at a Time

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hello! Good to have you here! It’s been some time since I’ve written about my writing eccentricities. My personal ones are as colorful, but I’ll save them for another day. They’re definitely not going anywhere. Writing fiction is not just building a plot with characters.…

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Author Interview With Eloquent Articulation: Sundri Comic Book

Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s a pleasure to share my Author Interview with Eloquent Articulation, an initiative by Inderpreet Kaur Uppal. When put to good use, time and words are an individual’s greatest assets. Sundri – The Birth of A Warrior was one of the first comic books written…

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First Book vs First Kid

Reading Time: 2 minutes That first look, that first touch, that first joyous encounter. You can’t believe that you’ve created something so unique and beautiful. As you cradle it in your arms, wishing to share your joy with others, your mind races towards the future. No more sleepless nights……

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s SuperWriter!

Reading Time: 4 minutes SuperWriter is here to save you readers from some dark, dismal, and inappropriate writing. I know you’ve been suffering, and your cries for help have gone unanswered. The kingdom of readers has been under attack since the ‘dawn of writing’ cast its first light. What started…

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Shame is thy Second Name, Writer!

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hey, why so glum? Oh, is it because you’re a Writer bum? Well, maybe you should stop beating that Writer Drum, and just drown yourself in a bottle of rum. What!! Who you calling scum? I’m as dumb as you are for lounging in the…

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5 Reasons I Write more and Talk less

Reading Time: 4 minutes How many of you write for a living? How many of you write to fulfill a deep passion? How many of you write for fun? How many of you don’t write at all? Have I pretty much covered a major percentage of the population? I…

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Writers are from MARS, Readers are from VENUS

Reading Time: 3 minutes A writer and a reader are destined to bond over a plethora of words.  WORDS bring the two together, and initiate them into a close yet undefinable relationship. A writer’s purpose is incomplete without a reader. And a reader is just a reader by name if…

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HELL!! What’s with all the foul language?!!

Reading Time: 3 minutes When languages were being developed, every aspect of verbal and written communication had to be carefully considered and drafted. Each language had to be complete within itself. So the GOOD, the BAD, and the UGLY had to be taken care of in an adequate number…

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Fifty Shades of a WRITER Part Two

Reading Time: 4 minutes WELCOME BACK to Part Two of Fifty Shades of a Writer. If you missed Fifty Shades of a WRITER Part One, then you should READ IT HERE! Humans harbor great potential and talent. They are able to manifest their ideas, opinions, and thoughts into REALISTIC…

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Fifty Shades of a WRITER Part One

Reading Time: 4 minutes Alright now! I know what you’re thinking! Oooh! Fifty Shades! But before you get your hopes too high, and start thinking that this is your lucky day. I’m not writing about the fifty shades of a monotonous color, nor am I offering you a glimpse…

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5 Reasons why HORROR made me CRY!

Reading Time: 5 minutes For all those out there who are HARDCORE HORROR fans, I’d like to wish you LOTS OF BLOOD, GUTS, AND GHOULS! More horror to you, and may your horrific sides thrive with ghostly pleasure! I LOVE horror, and have loved it since I was a…

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Writers can be quite demure and subdued. This could be due to the ‘writer thoughts’ that burden their minds, and keep them in a perpetual state of ‘creative delirium’. An occasional nod, a quivering grin, and a hardly noticeable twitch in the shoulder are some…

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