Presently biding my time : Training corporates, learning and teaching French, writing when the whim takes me, but mostly when a deadline strangles me
As I secretly follow my dreams of : Writing a book that will become a bestseller. Or at least a family heirloom
Part of the : Creative Writing Mentorship Program from 17th March – 30th April, 2016
About being a part of Anita’s Attic Creative Writing program
Like many people, I have a bucket list. And “Become a published author” sits atop that list. But like most people, I had relegated that list to the back of my mind. Actually, to a forgotten folder on my laptoplabelled “Miscellaneous”.
At Anita’s Attic, I dusted off that list, and got down to working on it. The weekly writing task helped me internalise the process of writing regularly, and as a consequence more easily. Most importantly, I learned to take joy in writing, and revel in the ability to create worlds out of nothing but pen and paper. The Attic continues to help me hone that ability.
Meghana Rajeshwar is a corporate trainer and freelance writer based in Bangalore. She enjoys learning languages and is currently teaching herself to read and write Malayalam. She is addicted to travelling and is a nomad at heart.She has published travel pieces in the online edition of The Week and has also produced a coffee table book called Threads of Harmony for an establishment of the Indian Army.
Meghana’s reading of her part as author of the collaborative fiction piece, “Tempo Traveller”