Although I started writing in 2009, it was only in 2015 I became a full-time writer and it has changed me in a great deal since then.
Writing is, in fact, such a platform where I can do almost anything. I can express my happiness as well as sorrow all at the same time and it’s also the medium through which I can tell my stories. Writers are a thinker; we have so much going on in our mind that if we don’t get to release our thoughts for too long, it can be very harmful.
When you finished writing that damn manuscript, you felt like a huge weight had been lifted off your shoulders.
From then on, the only thing you do is to dream about seeing your hard works finally get printed.
When you saw your name on the cover of a book, your happiness has no limits and you start behaving like an insanely happy child.
You want to tell the whole world about your book, you want each and every one of them to know about yo
Today, we had a chat with my author friend Susie Smith Vaughan, here it is and I thank you and wish all the best on her writing as well as in her personal life!
1. Tell me something about yourself and how you started writing? A – I am a single mother for 14 years, with 3 children, ages 18, 27 and 31, after being married for 24 years. I was born in Texas, moving 13 times before I graduated high school. I always say, “I’m from Texas, I just live in New Jersey.” Stuttered as
1. As they were not the subject of the crown, initially, the Gurkha Brigade was known as India’s Foreign Legion.
2. The first ever soldiers who had joined the then Indian Army and started the two hundred years’ long tradition were actually Kumaon and Garhwals which happened to be under Nepal’s jurisdiction by then.
3. The 9th Gurkha Regiment, which mostly enlisted the soldiers from Khas and Thakuris tribes, is also known as The Khas regiment.
4. Brian Hudgson was the m
I was not only a proud but also a true believer in self-publishing and have been championing the Indie authors since my 1st day as an author. I have become an Indie author by choice, did learn the trade somehow, and despite all the odds, I did actually pretty well on my own.
Needless to say, the sailing wasn’t as smooth as I would have liked at the beginning and I had to go through pretty rough stages during my early years as an author. Just to name a few, I was berated by a fellow au