Thank you for stopping in and wanting to know more about me. I am a writer, blogger, and public relations person, living in New England, with a published historical fiction novel ‘Postcards from Goa’, and a compilation of short stories, ‘Journey into the Soul’.
Here is a beautiful video introduction of my novels by my dear friend Navin Kundra.
Being a freelance writer, I have composed many articles with both little and much content depending on the subject and instructions of the client. I have experience in drafting marketing materials, newsletters, product descriptions, blogs, copy editing, and internet research.
My writing over the years has included SEO content for websites, articles on specific countries (Greece, India) book reviews, film and music previews and reviews, product and restaurant reviews, interviews, press releases, character sketches, social issues, and event coverage. I have been a developmental editor, copy editor, and public relations person for two authors and their novels.
Over the past fifteen years, I have conducted many interviews with and have been a public relations person for British Asian singer and songwriter Navin Kundra.
Formulating a wedding reading for a couple who came from two different islands in the Caribbean was definitely the most unique assignment I’ve had by far.
I have penned for both tangible and virtual media – from a column for an in-flight magazine in India, to one within an e-zine, and from a local newspaper to a national magazine. International recognition of my writing is found in the fact that I have been published in the US, UK, Canada, India, Greece, France, Australia, and New Zealand.
My detailed profile can be found on LinkedIn.
Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader – not the fact that it is raining, but the feeling of being rained upon.E.L. Doctorow
When you can translate your emotions or thoughts from one soul to another through your art, it is truly an incredible experience!Navin Kundra
The most important story we’ll ever write in life is our own—not with ink, but with our daily choices.Richard Paul Evans