I am a mom of two, an author of story books for all ages, Coffee entrepreneur, self-publishing coach and consultant and Chairperson for ALL (ALL Ladies League) Bangalore Readers & Writers. I write under the pen name of A.R. Sara. Five years ago I took a break from my successful corporate career of sixteen years to spend more time with my family. Soon I was inspired to revisit my old passion for writing and there has been no looking back since. It continues to be an uplifting and humbling learning experience.
On 22nd June, Sunday, Lahe Lahe, Bangalore witnessed a merging of literature and performing arts in the form of an event called "THIS IS EPIC".
"Thus She Spake" is a book of five tales from the hallowed pages of mythology, carrying the timeless ethos of the feminine muse, some of them voiced for the very first time.
Most of the consistent readers I know either already possess a natural inclination to express their thoughts in written words, or involuntarily develop it over the years. So what is it that holds them back?
A gripping story of a pond lady's rise and fall...and a friendship that bloomed from a crisis.
Here are some key benefits of self-publishing, and also the challenges that come with it. It is a bold step, yet it can be an exhilarating one, to go beyond pursuing your passion for words as a hobby, and instead re-define your career to follow your passion.
Is self-publishing the right way to go for your upcoming book? Here's a personal experience that will help you decide.
The ALL Lit Fest Bangalore 2017 took place at Taj Vivanta on 28th November 2017, where women writers, readers, editors, and reviewers, came together.
There is so much that one can do with one's life - it is a balancing act for most of the time, and how we handle it makes for a fulfilled life.
Love reading books and would like to introduce your child to a lifetime of bookish pleasure? Getting a child to read can be easy with these tricks and tips.
Children with special needs, like this child with autism, are often misunderstood. Here is a searing self account of an autistic child.
Daughter or son? Who understands their mother better? This mother finds it difficult to decide between the two - as it should be!
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