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2014 Wrap-Up Write-Up

It’s a bone chilling 9 degrees C in Delhi as I write this. Looking out into my tiny lawn from my writing desk, everything is shrouded in a haze and I can virtually “see” the cold! Even my thirteen-going-on-three-year-old puppy … Continue reading

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Writing About Casinos – A Trip into the Past, a Look into the Future

There are two types of successful writers: those who are compelled by an inner urge to tell stories and those who find inspiration from books, newspapers, movies and a myriad other sources and in the process discover a voice of … Continue reading

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How to Find a Literary Agent

For an unpublished author or unproduced screenwriter finding a literary agent who will represent your work and take your career to the next level is as critical as the ability to write gripping novels or attention-grabbing screenplays. But finding representation … Continue reading

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(Pre-)Monsoon Madness

June. A month that symbolically has a beginning, middle and end. Beginning of the Monsoons. Middle of the year. End of Summer — or, at least the oppressive months when the temperature soars to 45+ Celsius. As I was hitting … Continue reading

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