Centering the Brain

By Chandrika

Chandrika R Krishnan Guest Blogger  From time immemorial, left-brained people are considered logical, analytical, and methodical, while right-brained people are supposed to be creative, disorganized, and artistic. Though this theory has been refuted the stereotypes continue and people still view creative people as illogical, emotional, and women! Our education system too gives more weightage to the…

A Writer of Simple Words

By Arti Balajee

Arti Balajee Guest Blogger  A writer knows the precious value of every word used in creating worthy to read content. A simple worded story will reach through to more people than a jargon-filled novel. Yes, each one of us wants to sound smart and, that can even be achieved through high-quality content and simple language.…

Can anyone become a writer?

By Vandana Sehgal

Recently I was invited for an interview where the host asked,”Can anyone be a writer?” Was this asked ten years back, I would have said, “No, you need to have an aptitude for it.” At that time, I was living under the notion that writers are born. After publishing two books and writing blogs for…

The Dos of Writing

By Vandana Sehgal

I struggle mightily talking about the Dos of writing because it talks about the behaviour of a person. On the other hand, many new writers ask me what they should or should not do to finish a project without getting drained out.  I am putting down all that has kept me highly focused in my…

The Do Nots of Writing

By Vandana Sehgal

Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on- Lousis L’ Amour After compiling a list of the Do’s of Writing, I am now gathering the courage to talk about the Do Nots of Writing as they literally, go hand in hand. Like the Do’s, the Don’ts list too…