Guest Bloggers

Mukul is an engineer who has found his calling in communicating with people to bring out the best in them. He has over 23 years of experience both in Manufacturing (Motorcycles) and Managing Instructional Development, at the world’s largest Instructional development company.
His work on design and development processes along with a deep understanding of people, brings together the best of engineering clarity and fuzzy creativity.
His passions include (alphabetically) friends, improvement, linguistics, mountains, music, philosophy, photography, processes, quality, rallying, reading, value, writing, et al…
Mukul is the founder and Chief Operating Officer of 2Knowbiz, a Learning and Process integrating company based in New Delhi. The company’s mission is to make “Learning that Means Business”.
He has contributed his views on motivational writing at my writing blog.
Reach him at
Phone: +91 98102-99768

Stuart Nager is a creative individual with many areas of passion that he explores in his daily life:

Professional Storyteller; NYS Certified Drama Specialist/Educator; Teaching Artist; PUBLISHED Writer of Fiction; Playwright; Professional Development Coordinator & Facilitator; Workshop Leader; Arts-In-Education Advocate; Puppeteer;  Director; Performer; Curriculum Writer and Developer; and sometimes more, as the needs arise.

Check out his fiction writing blog (Tale Spinning) at:  and his Arts-in-Education blog

Stuart can be contacted at:;  website:


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Allan Douglas

ALLAN DOUGLAS : Converter, Formatter, Printer – Who is For Real?

Allan Douglas has been an author, writer, and prattler since the 1970′s; published mostly in magazines and newspapers, but has three books to date, more on the way.  He lives on a mountainside in the Cherokee National Forest in East Tennessee with his wonderful wife, a genius border collie and a Prima donna hound dog who is queen of the mountain. He serves as an ordained Elder in his church, is a master woodworker, former custom furniture maker and once dreamt of sailing the world in a Bristol Channel Cutter.  Stories about this and his life as a mountain man wannabe are posted to his Simple Life Prattle blog: He also runs a writer’s blog; The Write Stuff at


Misha Gericke

Misha Gericke

MISHA GERICKE : Writing for Yourself .

Misha is a writer with aspirations to be published one day. She is currently revising her complete novel, a YA epic fantasy named Doorways with the hope of completing edits by December. To see how she’s doing, check out her blog at

Twitter: @MishaMFB

J C MARTIN: A Flash in the Pen: Writing Flash Fiction That Gives Readers a Buzz

J C Martin

J C Martin

J.C. Martin works as a martial arts instructor to fund her writing obsession. Her short stories have been published in various anthologies, including New Asian Writing, Pill Hill Press and Static Movement, and she is the winner of the 2010 Story Quest Short Story Contest organized by IFWG Publishing. She co-edited the Stories for Sendai charity anthology, in aid of victims of Japan’s recent earthquake and tsunami. J.C. blogs at J.C. Martin, Fighter Writer, and you can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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17 thoughts on “Guest Bloggers

  1. Namaste Damyanti! I just dropped by to say Thank You for following my blog. I am very new to blogging ( 1 post years ago should not count i think.) It’s a huge motivating factor when an established blogger like you follows my blog. I hope you found it mildly interesting if not anything else. Thanks again. N.


  2. Hello, I would like to nominate you for a Liebster award!! More details will be posted on my blog later today xxx


  3. Good day,
    I would bother to invite you to rummage into the tin. (

    I write with passion under the pseudonym of Jose Pascal and with great pleasure I invite you to visit the colletive writing blog “In simple words” and eventually publish /collaborate.

    I define blog as “a tin box where they are kept virtuaculturale thoughts, memories and simple stories.”

    To date, more than 100 friends / authors / contributors from all over the world have put their contributions into the italinglish tin box.

    Please extend the invitation to anyone you believe has a passion for writing and easy reading.

    Awaiting your response, I wish you a good life and I apologize if I disturbed.


  4. Okay, a couple of suggestions:
    F – Flashlight, somthing I can never seem to find when I need it, at least not in working order


    M – Mile Marker, I love mile markers because I love road trips.

    Have a great C day.



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