Shafali Anand

Writer ~ Artist ~ Storyteller

Write Hard and Clear about What Hurts (but don’t break the safety net.)

Ernest Hemingway once said, “Write hard and clear about what hurts.” What hurts can hurt a lot more when it’s written about – and it worsens when the hurt is personal – both for the reader and the writer. It’s… Continue Reading →

Writing, Posting, Editing…

Is what I have been doing for a whole week. I did take out time from writing to conduct a couple of Zoom sessions on Sunday, but other than that I’ve been attached to my writing desk. I’ve also been… Continue Reading →

Reader Reviews of The Tweak.

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Just my Writing Desk…

I spend most of my time chained to my desk. The chain is invisible, I admit, yet it binds me and my imagination so completely that I find it impossible to think of my life without my beloved desk. Sometimes… Continue Reading →

Reading: My favorite Indian Authors and Books.

A writer who doesn’t read, doesn’t exist. SRA I haven’t met a writer who isn’t a voracious reader. Even with my strong imagination, I fail to visualize a writer who shuns reading. In fact, writers are gluttons for reading. I… Continue Reading →

“The Tweak” is Published.

It’s now published on Smashwords. The Tweak is now available for download in three formats: ePub, Mobi, and PDF at Smashwords. I’ll write another post about the when, how, and why of The Tweak, but in the meantime, I invite… Continue Reading →

The Tweak and Viral Sin

Hello Readers, This blog is an afterthought. But not all afterthoughts should receive looks of disdain, because some of these might prevent a potential disaster. The trigger for this afterthought and hence the birth of this blog was “The Tweak,”… Continue Reading →

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