About the writer

Damyanti is an established freelance writer who wants to try out an experiment. She has an ambition of writing something everyday, something that could be long or short, on any topic whatsoever, but always imaginative and meaningful.

She is also trying to figure out a way to step into fiction: a field she has touched before, but never professionally. She has been published in QLRS, and her stories have been included in different anthologies by Twelve Winters Press, USA , Monsoon Press Singapore, Marshall Cavendish Singapore , MPH Malaysia and others.

With an Honours in English Literature and a passion for writing, she strives to provide her editors and clients with exactly the sort of content they want: well-researched, error-free, and within deadlines.

Damyanti has extensive experience also in the fashion and hospitality industries.

She writes well-researched articles and blogs on a wide range of subjects, no writing assignment is too big or too small for her.

If you have a writing project or query for Damyanti, drop her an email and she will get back to you as soon as possible.

Comments on this blog are very welcome, as are visits to her other blog Amlokiblogs , or tweets to @damyantig

No Awards Acceptance Policy: This blog does not accept Blog Awards that involve awarding others and passing on the love, etc.

(I believe I show my appreciation when I comment on other blogs, link to them, share their posts on social media, or reblog them with my take. I do not give out awards, and do not expect them. A Like or a Comment from you will make my day, and I’ll visit and chat with you in turn. But please, no blog awards.

Any blog awards with links will now straight go to spam, from which I’ll rescue your comment, but not the link. I hope you understand, and can forgive me.)

844 thoughts on “About the writer

  1. Hello. Thanks for liking my post on “Is Being Sexy Related To Being Healthy, Talented and All That Jazz”. Blogging is my stress reliever. I know I am a grammar killer and maybe posting about drawing could fix that.

    Again thanks and I hope you check my drawings from time to time.

    Enjoy :D

  2. Hi! Thanks for liking my literary blog entry entitled “Mightier Than Swords.” As a young, aspiring freelance writer testing the murky waters of fiction writing, a “like” from anyone, more so from someone like you means a lot.

    I’ve read around here and your insights are very meaningful. Have followed to stay updated. Thank you once again!

  3. Thank you so much for being a part of my eatstory. You have a very interesting blog. Looks like you are enjoying every bit of your travel/writing.. Thanks for sharing your experiences/thoughts with us. I shall follow you to learn more. Cheers

  4. Hello.

    Thank you for the interest and support you’ve shown in my July 3words story.

    I hope you not only return and follow for August, but also consider participating. It really is fun not knowing where the story is going.

    I hope to self-publish a collection of my 3words stories this month – if enough participated I could do this each month, including your story.

    Either way, thanks again. And happy reading.


  5. Sorry this has taken so long, I’ve been extremely busy doing…… well i don’t really have an excuse. But i just wanted to say thank you for following my blog. It’s nice to get to meet like minded people who also enjoy writing. I have only just got into this so it’s uncharted territory for me, but i have already met many people who have the same passion as i do and i hope to meet many more!

  6. Thanks for following my blog even though it is rather new. So, from your last post, you are a college teacher, right? And you are from either Malaysia or Singapore. Seems like you also like to read story just like me. That one blog is used mainly for reviewing stories though. However, I also write crime fiction as of now in “fictstory.wordpress.com”. It was written in Indonesia though. If you know the language, please drop by.

  7. Thanks for following my blog Where Did You Find God Today. I am a freelance writer, now traditionally published fiction author. I know your passion. Find a good, supportive critique group and grow in the craft together. My book therapy.com, though mostly Christian novelists, is a great resource as is the guide called Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maas. Most of all, use your freelance skills to tell an amazing story. You’re on your way.

  8. I wanted to thank you for your time visiting and reading my blog! I appreciate it. Knowing that I’ve connected with at least one person in this world is enough to keep me going for ages. It’s always fun to meet other people that love writing as much as I do :) Happy blogging!

  9. Hey, thanks for the follow, lovely checking out your blog, and finding several things in common. I am an english lit. graduate too and a professional writer. Love the fact that you have now been blogging for 6 years! Wow… that’s really something. Would love to pick your brains on how things and your writing has evolved with the blog! Any advise, tips welcome!

  10. Thanks for following my LISTEN MORE SELL MORE blog. Hopefully, what you find there is as illustrative or inspiring as your cover photo above. I appreciate the brevity and clarity of your style.

  11. Hello,
    Writing has always happened to me. Taking super small steps in making it public!
    So thank you for visiting my blog!
    Wish you luck for your future endeavors!

  12. I like the voice in your blog and share several of your interests. I look forward to reading the 26 fiction stories in the following days; I enjoyed reading about your candidness about short stories vs novels and courage. After two years living in Tulum, Mexican Caribbean Sea, I have a lot to tell but, as in your case, Damyanti, mine is also a process of fermentation and decanting. I’m now excited to see how that inspiration comes to life in writing, and keep it as a simmering project, while writing daily on other recent travels associated with communities and children, I’ve come to love. Yes. “I would write for free”; it’s not an option but rather a honour and a responsibility when situations – such as children in these communities -, find themselves into your heart and pen, to be told and shared beyond, as if we become a wind’s brisk.
    Thank you for stopping by.

  13. Thanks for following! I am on the other spectrum of accepting awards. I say bring ‘em! Plus like you, I love the banter of comments and those little stars, oh my! You do make me wonder about your aversion. But regardless you write a fabulous blog and I’m am sending you an award in my head. ;)

    • I love the ‘awards in the head’ , so thank you– I gratefully accept yours! What I can’t stand is someone who visits my blog for the first time, and decides to leave an ‘award’ only so that they’re able to leave a link to their own blog. I receive about 2 a week, or more. It has begun to feel like spam.

  14. Visit tablo dot io its a self publishing site/community where authors share work too. Its still in the start up phase, but i think they’re pretty cool, and better priced than Kindle; im sure they will grow bigger than Kindle soon. Also; i see you have a degree in literature. The site genius dot com asks people with knowledge to make anecdotes on literary works etc to explain their meaning/context/significance. Maybe you can add some of your knowledge to their lit forum :)

  15. Hey Damyanti.. Thanks for a visit to my blog and being kind enough to connect. That provided me an opportunity to know such an aesthetic writer on WordPress.com. I would like to appreciate your creative skills for making beautiful collages while travelling at a speed of 240 km/hr :-)

  16. So sorry I nominated you for an —–. Won’t even use the word. Shhh. But seriously, I apologize. I hope you receive it as my sincere intention to applaud your work. Looks like you’re having a fabulous time traveling! :) ~Karen~

  17. Thanks For following my blog ‘Matinee11’. You brought a smile to my face when I was notified! As a new writer, many times I second guess myself as to whether people would be interested in my story, but the ‘like and follow’ from you makes it all worth while! Have a great day!

  18. Thanks for following lymechili! I, too, am dipping my toe in fiction writing, some of which occasionally ends up in a blog. Not quite blogging at daily frequency, but getting there. I’ll visit often.

  19. Thank you for following my blog. I’m not a native English speaker and would welcome any suggestions for corrections from you if you happened to spot one or any suggestions as to a style etc etc. Writing mostly for myself, but if a good pair of eyes notice it/like it, it’s very satisfying. Thanks!

  20. Hello Ma’am,
    Thanks For following my blog ‘Crazy fACTS’. Glad to connect with you. Today, in the morning, when I saw a notification that you are following my blog, it made me so happy. You made my day. Whenever I read your blog, I get the feeling of originality, you are doing what you love to do. Thanks for inspiring & making my day.. :) :D
    Have a happy blogging & writing journey!! :)

  21. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my little blog and the follow, it is much appreciated. I am honored.

  22. I love your blog and following for a bit now. Great content. My blog is at Lorislittlelessons.com. Check it out and comment! (: I would appreciate it….

  23. Hello, my name is Gregory,I’m a writer and poet, and put all of my writings on my blog at “Cascadialegends.wordpress.com”
    I just wanted to thank you for following and liking my blog. :)
    I’m trying to make a book out of them, but I could use a little help, if you happen to know anybody that might be able to help me, please let me know, my email is lefttounge@gmail.com.
    Also thanks again for your support, good luck to you!


  24. Cheers for taking time to check into asmukti.com As someone just starting to go public with their writing, I look forward to your reading more of yours. Some great guidance in your posts. Thank you :)

I love comments, and I always visit back. Blogging is all about being a part of a community, and communities are about communication! Tweet me up @damyantig !

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