A life meant for writing: September 2014

A Writer’s Life:

I have always wanted to be a writer. In my late teens I briefly toyed with the idea of attending medical school until a wise person in my life asked me, “Why do you want to be a doctor?” I suppose she was waiting to hear me say I wanted to heal people and take care of them. Instead I said, “So that I can write about my life as a doctor, just like James Herriot and his stories about animals.”

As I said those words out loud, I realized what I wanted to do for the rest of my life! Be a writer. It has been a long, sometimes torturous road, but I can finally call myself a writer. An author of a published book.

I want to thank all of you for following my blog and my words. I hope you will continue your literary journey with me and read my first novel. Your comments and words of encouragement mean a great deal to me and I look forward to hearing from you.

Want a sneak peak?

Preview the first 2 chapters of My Mother’s Kitchen for free! http://issuu.com/homebound/docs/my_mothers_kitchen_preview_1 #fiction #novel


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4 responses to “A life meant for writing: September 2014

  1. I love your writing! Is it possible to pre order a kindle version of the book?
    Barb Gee XO

  2. Andrea

    I’m so excited!!

  3. dianaione

    Hi Meera, I’ve ordered your book — the publisher promises to send it now, rather than waiting until the “official” pub date. I’m really looking forward to it! -Diane

    • MukundanUnny

      Probably you may have forgotten. Iam Mukundettan from Coimbatore. yesterday’s The Hindu had written about Thankasamy mama. Then i thought of you. Geetha is still working as Controller of Examintions in PSGR Krishnammal college. Shyam after PhD and Post doctoral degrees,is an Asstt Professor and Pi Research in most of the European Universities. At present he is at Amrita & leaving for Italy on Oct 2nd . do write for all news about you & you family
      Mukundettan & Geetha chechi.

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