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.

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

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

(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.)

1,015 thoughts on “About the writer

  1. Thanks for stopping by on my blog earlier. I am glad you did, as your blog is great. I admire what you do! I will follow your blog now and do hope that you may find my interesting enough to follow back. :-)

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  4. Hi Damyanti, Thank you for visiting my blog. Your blog is wonderful. We all need to hibernate from time-to-time, and personally, this author does it more than most. Keep up the good work. Kathleen Andrews Davis, author Emerson’s Attic Series

  5. Hi Damyanti you’ve got a really great blog here! Interesting ambitions. I most honestly hope you see them through to the best of your abilities this year. Will be looking forward to both how far along you have come and how much farther you have left to go. With that said, I’m tagging along! I need to see where your journey leads.

    Wishing you progressive writing

    Signed:
    Tarisai

  6. I like your writing. Its honest, no-nonsensical and straight from the heart. Such writing is always a pleasure to read. They are way better than constipated, convoluted write-ups full of jargon that are written just for the sake of being written.

    And hey, thanks for linking my post ‘Gone Girl – A review’ :)

  7. Hey, Damyanti! I’m a little late on this but thanks so much for the follow! I enjoy your blog. You help inspire me to reach my writing goals! Can’t wait to read more from you (:

  8. Hi! I “nominated” you for the Liebster Award, which is really just a way for bloggers to help discover one another. No obligation necessary. No prize either, unfortunately. Anyway… the instructions are up on my blog.

  9. Personally, comments are where it is at. Unfortunately, because they are introverted or shy, whatever, people seldom comment. For instance you can get 250 views in a day, and only one comment. Sad. Comments are what makes it worthwhile and so much more interesting.

    You have a nice site.

    DS

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  11. Great blog – you seem to have the knack both of writing interesting stuff and of generating tons of comments. I’m a bit jealous! Will keep an eye on you and try and learn something. Hope you enjoy my efforts too – thanks for the “like”. Best wishes, Robert P.

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  13. Hi Damyanti, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! :)
    I really enjoy your posts and look forward to your next.
    Feel free to check out my writing about publishing
    Sherry

  14. Thank you for liking my post. I am a new writer and a new blogger, so it looks like I could find a lot of useful information on your blog. I am working at writing something everyday for my first book, and it is not an easy feat to accomplish. I wish you luck on this endeavor.

  15. Writing something everyday works for a lot of us – but not all. I find I take notes, jotting down bits and pieces of ideas that enter my head — often when I am away from my computer. I come back to my writing-mode days – sometimes weeks later when inspiration from the culture; newspapers, novels, and or my 4 mile daily walk hits me. I have had to come to the realization that everything I write is not a pearl of wisdom to add to the cultural pantheon of knowledge. I do not post on a regular basis — I do not publish my writing when it is forced. For this reason, (and it could be my topics I am sure) I do not have hundreds of likes for individual pieces. And I am okay with that. Writing does more for the soul of the writer .

  16. Hi Damyanti,thanks for liking my Sophie Hannah book review on prelovedbooksblog.com. Totally agree with your comments on awards that involve passing them on and sharing the love! Deirdre, Ireland

  17. Damyanti, Thank you for the visit. I am doing the Blogher.com challenge to post daily this month and it is really making me stretch. Seeing a site like your’s puts into perspective what hard work and endurance results in!

  18. Hi Damyanti, thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post. I’m following your blog from now own as I find I could learn a lot from your entries. :) 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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