Even as a young child, I loved to conjure up stories with my imagination once I read a story I liked. I didn't like waiting for the sequel books. So I made my own stories ahead, and then I compared it with when the sequels came out with my imagination. It was a fun exercise because I developed storytelling and writing quite a bit since then. Still, the thrill of language and creation was discovered when I moved to Africa at a tender age of 10.
I got introduced to the French language and a cool Afro-English accent that I fell in love with immediately the moment I landed in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. And, I even brought it back to India in my native town after staying there for four years.
Mostly local kids made fun of my accent and creative ways of thinking wherever I went, which led me to divert myself into books, movies, and stories. By the time my teenage world caught up with being more accepting of differences in personality, I was way ahead. I was already attracting attention to my haikus and quotes in English classes and making a difference.
I love traveling and meeting local people to understand their perceptions of communication, food (FOOD!!), music, and life. I even like to stay in my room with my Macbook just as much without coming in contact with anyone for days.
I believe such a contrast in my routine helps me ponder how languages and communication work with people. This is why I have become somewhat fluent in understanding trends of writing in four popular English dialects, aka American, Canadian, British, and Australian.
With that being said, I have been writing professionally since 2015 and have no intention of slowing down anytime soon.
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