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Arup Kumar Paria

I'm a hardworking, simple guy and still looking at the world with a childlike wonder. I run, hikes, over-drink tea and coffee. I am a hardcore coder and I love to do that. And if I hadn't gone into coding, I probably would have gone into painting and cooking or investment banking. Being a Bengali, I eat a lot and love to play football. I am a big fan of world movies and a great admirer of Bergman, Kurosawa and Tarantino.

Jan McCulloch

I live near Glamis Castle in the Angus Glens, Scotland, United Kingdom. I have a deep love for animals, nature, and the countryside and love writing about them. I have won several writing prompt competitions on Voweler and I am a named author on Paragraph Planet. My book A Little Dog's Prayer is available on Amazon. I was recently delighted and honoured to be awarded a diploma for my contribution to A Museum of Words. The César Egido Serrano Foundation and the Museum of the Word in plenary session have named me Ambassador of the Spanish language of my country in the world (Scotland). My motto is "Be kind, do no harm".

Tushar Gote

I'm not who I used to be, but everyday is one day to what, who and where I want to be.

Sudipta Debnath

My greatest beauty secret is being happy with myself. I don't use special creams or treatments - I'll use a little bit of everything. It's a mistake to think you are what you put on yourself. I believe that a lot of how you look is to do with how you feel about yourself and your life. Happiness is the greatest beauty secret.

Jayati Mukherjee

I am Jayati Mukherjee - a corporate professional with over 17+ yrs experience in diverse organisations in both HR & non-HR scope. Presently I am working as a Manager - Human Resources with a World leading MNC. I am highly inclined to the subject Career Management, which caters to starting from proper 'Career Identification' to detailed and judicious 'Planning' to careful 'Development' and finally 'Sustenance through success & perseverance'. Other than my regular job, I was also associated with a Mumbai - Bandra based NGO "Welfare Society for Destitute Children - St. Catherine's Home, Siena" for a significant period as a mentor for their students' Career Planning & Skill Building. Academically, I have completed M.Sc (Biochemistry) and stood 1st class 1st. Later, over the period of time, I acquired PGDM (HR) from Prin. L Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Studies and Executive Certification on Talent Management from XLRI. I love travelling to serene hilly hamlets and also to pen down my thoughts whenever it strikes a cord. I am a foodie too.

Adam Stayberg

I was born in Orange, CA, a wonderful day I'm sure. I was joined by my twin brother who was determined to live with me until the age of 18, kind of a weird choice, but our parents insisted. Speaking of parents, my Father Jeff and Mother Nikki, they’re pretty cool I guess. During the childhood years, my twin and I spent the bulk of our time playing sports, getting good grades and, more or less, living in our own world. Since, oh I don't know, let’s call it 7 years old, we would create new comic book characters (Dr. Chemical was my favorite) to go along with the "real" ones that we read every day, crafted stories that we shook our heads at years later, and obsessed over Tolkien, Herbert, and anything else sci-fi or fantasy. I sailed through grade school, I coasted through Villa Park High School, still creating, but mostly playing sports and "finding myself." Had a few girlfriends, some laughs, and too much fun. I'm sure if any ex-girlfriends read this they wouldn’t like being described as "some", but I only have one page to do this! Honestly, I couldn't wait to get to college. I took slightly more than 4 years to graduate with a B.A. in business. During this time I developed my true love for stories, and the first true book idea came to me...and they never stopped! I wrote all of them down until "one day" I could dedicate the time to finish. After college, I did the responsible thing and got a good job with a good company that based me in Redondo Beach, CA. I worked and worked and worked, always typing up my new story summaries. I moved to Texas with the company and worked some more. Changed jobs after a few years because I felt like something was missing. Changed them again and still felt like I was doing something wrong. Then a burning in my chest like I never felt before ignited. I thought it was a heart attack, but the doctor told me it wasn't. It was really the inner urge to tell my stories. So, I did the only logical thing and quit a well-paying job to write! Over a period of 5 months I finished my first draft. Then I got engaged and had to get a job ... again. I got a job I liked and wrote very little on the side. Then my gorgeous wife got pregnant and everything changed for me. After my daughter was born, I knew I had to set an example for her: you must Work For Your Dreams. Over the past year I have elevated the book, with the help of my wonderful editor, several professor friends, a writer's workshop, and some fantasy savants, from novice level to something I'm proud of. Life is good as I write a little every day. Look for my short stories and my epic fantasy in the fall of this year!

C Marshall Turner

Born and raised in South Louisiana, C Marshall Turner is a nom de plume for the author who currently resides in North Carolina. Servicing as a USMC officer for over 20 years, Turner now works in the financial industry. Attained an undergrad degree in English Literature from LSU, and business-related master degrees from Oklahama University and Pennsylvania State University. Has a passion for cooking Louisiana cuisine and researching the rich history of Louisiana culture.

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Vaibhav Lokhande

I am what you describe me as.

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Priya Gote

Hey everyone!!! Myself Priya Gote. I believe, what we do or what we wear doesn't define our personality but the words we convey through our speech or writings surely do. When I entered the medical school, I thought that my desire to pass on my brainwork to the audience spreaded across the different places would be unaccomplised. But here I am to quench my thirst and to do better day by day than I can do.

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Purvi Tibrewala

Hi! My name is Purvi Tibrewala. I am a mother of two amazing kids. I am passionate about doing things differently. I believe that "You can Love Digital Media or you can Hate it....but surely you can't IGNORE it". I am a Social Media Manager. I love to create/write contents. This field gave me the opportunity to understand the need of making people aware of Social Media. Its pros, cons & how to use it effectively. I have equipped myself with quite a few recognition and credentials to coach & empower students, parents, educators in the digital age to harness the power of technology by using it appropriately, responsibly, respectfully and safely. My goal is to help prepare the young people in their lives to become wise users of the powerful technologies that are transforming everything about the way we learn, communicate, and interact!

Aniket Deshmukh

Dilettante and restless... Engulfed in the chaos and fighting for the equanimity. Yet unpublished, yet insouciant, yet lost and yet half found. Still walking the road to destiny.

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Aadarsh Dabhane

An IT Engineer with a sense of sarcasm and satire. An avid reader with the zest to spread knowledge; period. Also a Human Being!

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Francis K Nails

My name is Francis K Nails, from Ugandan. I am studying Mass Communication. I would like to become a good presenter on both television and radio. I take writing as a passion and want to entertain the people from all over the world. Being a good public communicator after that a great writer.

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Aniruddha Khdse

A computer engineer, don't believe in supernatural powers believes in humanity. Proud to be an Indian, love listening music and die hard fan of MSD i.e. MSDian. And CEO of my own life...

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Caroline Swamidoss

I work with teenagers on a daily basis. My hobbies include reading and playing guitar. Teaching is a passion for me.

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Rupak Mallick

I am an accountant by profession, but by passion I am a writer and only dream is to see my published book with my open eye.

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Tanushree Podder

A self confessed word-a-holic and a traveller, when not writing books, I am sure to be packing the bags and donning the boots to zip around the world. A maverick writer, and a chocolate addict with a penchant for the unusual, I have collected dozens of interesting certificates that range from a wine-master's assistant at Australia, an international reindeer driving licence from Lapland, to one from "The School of Hard Knocks, Royal Selangor, Malaysia, a testimony to my love for travelling.

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Rubina Ramesh

I am an avid reader, writer, blogger, book reviewer, and marketer. I am the founder of The Book Club, an online book publicity group. My first literary work was published in my school magazine. I then went to complete my MBA and after my marriage to my childhood friend, my travel saga started. From The Netherlands to the British Isles I lived my life like an adventure. After a short stint in Malaysia, I finally settled down in the desert state of USA, Arizona. Living with my DH and two human kids and one doggie kid, and I finally started living the life I had always dreamed about – that of a writer.

Rajat Malik

I'm writing since I was in 8th grade and I think that's where it all started. I had (I mean, I still have) a madness to change the world. There are things which we need to change and most of the time I write about those things only. I try to provide some solutions in the end of my articles and I hope that each of my articles will serve a message to humanity, not only to every individual. Besides writing I also love reading novels and listening songs and truth to be told, I can’t imagine my life without Eminem’s songs. LOL. OMG! I just forgot to tell you that I’m an introvert and that helps me a lot in writing especially when I’m writing some poems. And yes! I don’t speak much, but my words do.

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