The Baby That Stopped the Spy

I was so excited to see this picture of my father in his youth. The baby in this photo is my sister. And while this picture presumes a happy couple adoring their firstborn daughter is partly true, the rest of the story is anything but that.

Camp Nanowrimo 2019 Is Underway, Count Me In

Check Out Camp Nanowrimo 2019 Here My Current Word Count Tally Goal is 70,000 to 90,000 4/13/2019 – 3612 Total Words My Nanowrimo Profile I have successfully managed to do a great overall outline for my Novel – a historical fiction with multiple timelines. On top of this, I have managed to eek out 3612…

The Vision

Hi everyone, It’s about time I shared with you what my latest narration project is. It is a wonderful book by Sunanda J. Chatterjee, titled, The Vision. It’s a beautiful story of a young immigrant, resident, doctor who prays for the gift of “vision” to help her help doctors help their patients. She is a…

The Lost Art of Letter Writing

Letter writing is a wonderful tradition that can benefit both writer and receiver. In a matter of years, our world has changed to all-things digital: instant messaging, cell phones, computers and email. The days of sitting down at a writing desk and composing a letter with parchment and quill pen are rapidly fading into history….

The Birthing of the Written Word

Becoming a writer feels like the process of conceiving and giving birth to a child. First, the writer lives every moment anxiously waiting to be invited to that grand, romantic ball. Dressed up and anxious, the writer arrives into that space where topics and ideas swirl in enticing gowns and tuxes. The rhythm of the…