Yes, it’s that time of the year again. November, for me, and for thousands like me from all over the world who love writing, means it time for the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo,) Some one once asked me in an interview, “When do you write?” She meant to ask whether I wrote in the mornings or in the evenings and did I have a preferred time slot for writing. I replied, ” In November!” with all seriousness. Strange as it may seem, for the last few years , ever since I became a full-time writer, virtually all my writing has taken place in November of each year. Here’s where you can order all my books. Continue reading “It’s That Time Of The Year Again: NaNoWriMo is on.”
A bomb blast at a famous sporting event. The Boston Marathon. Kills 3 people and leaves over 180 injured. The first major attack of this type in the US since 9/11.
A key suspect , many on Twitter have it, is a young man who has been missing since March 16, over a month ago. His name is Sunil Tripathi.
A dead of night shoot out in an University town leaves a police office gunned down. One of the two perpetrators is killed in this gun battle.
A friend called excitedly to say she had seen the article in Coimbatore, as did later a cousin from Chennai. We had of course seen it in the Weekend edition of Metroplus in The Hindu of December 14, 2012. I speak of my interview in The Hindu, one of India’s most reputed newspapers, about my new thriller, “Lucky For Some, 13.” Continue reading “Interview in “The Hindu””