I named my first blog Soans Times as it was supposed to chronicle my views on topics that were of interest to me which I thought would provide valuable insight to others. The idea I had at that time was that of creating a site that possibly looked like a newsletter. I am a macro … Continue reading Why I Chose the Name Epileptic Writer.
The Road Not Taken Continue reading The Road Not Taken
Isa Guha is probably one of the best cricket commentators today. She said that she does not invest in stocks but I think she will be really good. Pakistan though is more unpredictable than a frontier market fund. Continue reading “And That’s Why I Don’t Invest In Stocks”: Isa Guha
More than words are necessary to make a difference for people with epilepsy. I have started a Continue reading More Than Words
Incorporating creatures of the night in fantasy is difficult. My benchmark to beat is Stephen Aryan. Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: Undead Creatures in Fantasy
The drug issue of Alex Hales is a small part of a bigger problem. Continue reading Cannabis in Cricket
These changes to Test matches are very exciting and will increase the interest in the game. Great work by the ICC for their forward thinking. Continue reading ICC Changes to Make Cricket More Appealing.
Having epilepsy which is now under control has given me a deep desire to raise awareness about epilepsy through writing. Continue reading Purple Day: The Responsibility Of Making a Difference.
I have created two niche blogs to prevent my main blog from getting cluttered. Continue reading Diversifying My Blog
The terrorist attack in Christchurch will have a profound impact on the game of cricket. Cricket should be something that unites countries rather than divide. Continue reading It’s Just Not Cricket: Narrow Escape for Bangladesh.