Rohi Shetty


I am a medical doctor and freelance writer and blogger.
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Roadmap to Online Writing Success
Price: Free! Words: 3,730. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Blogging
This e-book contains a practical action-oriented roadmap to enable even a complete newbie to start an online writing career. First, there is a list of six obstacles to writing and how to overcome them. Then, the way to set up an online writing career using email, blog, Twitter, online articles, writing contests and writing forums. Finally, it includes more than 100 quotations about writing.

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  • Stranger Than Fiction 1 on April 16, 2014

    Stranger Than Fiction 1 by Aneeta Sundararaj comprises three divergent stories: The first, "Parineeta, My Angel" is a heart-warming vignette about a young girl and her father, caught in a difficult situation. The second story "Negotiations" is hilarious. Every freelancer who has ever had to deal with an impossible client will smile wryly as Aneeta narrates the downward spiral of her negotiations with Peter. The ending is sublime. "Packet Drink, Please," the final story set in Malaysia contrasts Aneeta's memories of her childhood with an imaginary satirical scenario if she were to blindly follow all tenets of her religion. What impressed me most about this book is that Aneeta paints word pictures and evokes long-forgotten memories using a rare economy of words. This is flash fiction at its best.
  • Stranger Than Fiction 2 on June 24, 2014

    Stranger Than Fiction 2 by Aneeta Sundararaj has three distinctive stories. Crumbles, Mumbles and Bumbles is a hilarious narrative of one day in court seen through the viewpoint of Mr. Justice Lingam. Aneeta, a lawyer herself, presents an authentic yet remarkable narrative of unusual characters and extraordinary events. The second story, School Motto, is about the inimitable Mr. Lim Teck Sun and his interviewer, Janaki. During the course of the interview, Janaki reminds him of his school motto, which leads to a piquant result. Finally, A Dog Barks? is a bitter-sweet story about the real reason for a woman's dislike of her neighbour's pet dog. Aneeta uses deft character sketches, pithy dialogue and gentle irony to drive home the underlying message in her stories.