The Editing Blues: A basic guide for dealing with them!

So you have finally after hours of hard work, lots of thinking able to complete your first work of literature? Congratulations. Well, flash news. That is merely round one. The next milestone will be re-writing your work and editing. #iamwriting becomes #iamediting. Some writers and authors claim editing takes as much time as writing. Most agree that it is significantly more difficult task than writing. Some newbies in this turmoil-ish industry assume that this is the editor’s job. That is far from the truth. For every word and sentence, rest assured, your editor will be upon you. But before you give your manuscript, you can refine your little gem before the final cuts. GRAMMAR A look through

The Fires of Miscommunication

"Miscommunication is the root of almost every problem in our world." Think about this statement. Ponder about it. This is a fundamental notion I have conceived as a writer and a student of thought & philosophy. I like to compare miscommunication as having the properties of fire, a destructive and overbearing force that cannot be underestimated. Communication is vital in our day to day lives. But it is equally essential that the communication is done correctly and in an orderly manner, and there must be no room for error. "Half a truth is often a great lie." This famous quote by Benjamin Franklin accurately conveys the context. Sometimes it can be a matter of life and death. I will illustrate