Non-fiction author’s 6 must-read pieces of advice for aspiring writers

"When you are obsessed with your topic, you will automatically write all the time. It's like being in love. You will always find the time," says Karma Sutra author Rajendar Menen. He talked extensively on writing On reading "I read all the papers after my daily yoga session. I read everything -- from comic strips … Continue reading Non-fiction author’s 6 must-read pieces of advice for aspiring writers

Part 2: Street beat, non-fiction writing and Auroville book

For my 100th post, I am publishing a fresh follow-up interview with veteran journalist and author Rajendar Menen. Our previous interview was about your book Karma Sutra from HarperCollins India. New readers may not be familiar with the first edition. The first edition of Karma Sutra was published in Canada by Saga Books. It was … Continue reading Part 2: Street beat, non-fiction writing and Auroville book

Author interview: Street beat thespian Rajendar Menen

Award-winning journalist, yogi writer, snail breeder, stone collector, handicraft exporter. Rajendar Menen is many things. But one thing he is not is a "press conference journo". Two decades of on-ground reporting and life in India's underground are evident in his gritty book Karma Sutra (published by HarperCollins India).¬†Yes, it's a play on the iconic Kamasutra, … Continue reading Author interview: Street beat thespian Rajendar Menen