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The Delightful Life

Beholding the sunrise, As I trace the ocean’s footprints on sands, The drenched shore slips from under my feet, Life becomes a delight. Trailing through the woods, As I listen to the rustling leaves that Share with me the recitals of the Summer, Life becomes a delight. Humming that old song, The forgotten lyrics of which I happen to effortlessly sing, Life becomes a delight. Looking out of the window,

The Write Stride: A Conversation with Your Writing Self

My first book on technical communication is available for pre-orders on Amazon. Secure your copy today and save 20%. The book releases on 6 June 2017. Credits: Book Cover: Mayukh and Vijay Nandula Foreword: Jitendra Sivamani Editors: Arun Dash and Sanjeev Patra

Five Things I Must Do as a Writer

It is not about the content but about the story in that content; not about what you wish to share but how you share it. Writing is the first thing that I should do as a writer. But, what are the other four things?

What’s the Difference Between Book Blurb and Synopsis?

Both project the book to different sets of readers. A book blurb SHOULD NOT contain the conclusion because it is a sales pitch, while a synopsis is a 200-word version of the book itself. Here’s the elaborate version.

How Technical Writing Makes Me a Better Fiction Writer

Write nonfiction to write better fiction. You read it right!

What Writing a Book for Children Taught Me

As a master weaver for the fabric of story, I can start by weaving my thoughts across in three sentences, and then expand the thought across the whole fabric.

My Non-Work Time Activities

Last month, on one of our regular visits to a temple, my wife and I met one of her cousins. During our interaction, which mostly concerned our families, we got to know something about each of our job profiles. One of the questions during our conversation was, “What do you do when you are not working Suyog?” That was a good question because I did not have a proper list

My must-refer list of books.

This is one post, which every technical communicator has in their blog: A list of the must-have, must-read, and must-refer books in technical communication. I see that the list of books, which is although basic, will soon have some more names. But, I know you will like this one! Note: This stub contains links for the articles, which are placed under different tabs. Access the article either directly from the

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