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Writing about Singapore and Donatella Versace

I was at a shopping mall in Singapore yesterday, waiting for my friend at lunch. The open restaurant is by the pool, with a nice smattering of what is called “Western food” here……..everything from Bangers and mash, Caesar salad to Tagliatelle. As I sat watching people walking into and out of the restaurant without walls,…

Writing about Good Food, Great Friends and a Malaysian Road Trip

Malaysian Road Trip: KL–Kuala Selangor– Pangkor– Ipoh–KL Life has not been very good lately, but I have learned that it is better to snatch opportunities to live, rather than just survive from day to day. Of course, my idea of living tends to be intimately connected with good food and travel, so last weekend I…

Writing about Making Chicken Soup for the Body and Soul

Writing about making chicken soup was not on the top of my list of things to do today, but then I thought, well, why the heck not? It was like this: I heard some really, really, really bad news. My uncle lost his battle with cancer. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn StumbleUpon Email WhatsAppacceptancebloggingcancerdeathgrievingpostsadnesssoulsufferingtearswriting

Writing About Rain

Writing about rain comes naturally to me,  it is one of the things I can write about and never run out of things to say. It always makes me a little sad, fills me with an unknown longing, it throws me sometimes into a spiritual trance in which all the life  around seems to take…

Motivational Writing: How to Set Your Readers on Fire

Tips on Motivational Writing from an Expert Today’s post is by MUKUL SAXENA, who has spent a lot of time motivating people and writing motivational text at institutes and organizations. Here is what he has to say on how to write copy that truly motivates in every sense of the word: We’ve all read articles…