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Bhavin Shah

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A businessman at day time and a writer during night. I sin by my thoughts.. Writing absolves me! Book reviewer, enthusiastic blogger and now a published author!

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Bhavin Shah Writer's block is the worst nightmare for any writer. There are times when I cannot write a single word in spite of having ideas or resources…moreWriter's block is the worst nightmare for any writer. There are times when I cannot write a single word in spite of having ideas or resources available. I vividly remember taking 6 months to complete "Haven 1.0" and 18 months to finish up "The Death of A Phoenix". At times, the frustration of incompletion or dissatisfaction took a toll on me. I would feel demoralized to such an extent that sometimes I would feel like scrapping the whole idea. But I realize that suffering from writer's block is a normal thing. It is okay to fail in writing sometimes. There is nothing to feel ashamed about it. It's perfectly normal. Whenever I feel that I cannot write anymore, I temporarily forget about myself being a writer. I resort to reading lot of books, magazines, newspaper articles. At times I try doing something that I haven't done before. Like once I tried my hands on cooking. I also love travelling. It helps me rewind myself. (less)
Bhavin Shah Recognition has never been the prime reason behind my writings. Expression of myself and my views surely is the reason. The best thing about being a…moreRecognition has never been the prime reason behind my writings. Expression of myself and my views surely is the reason. The best thing about being a writer is being expressive. An old proverb says, "A pen is mightier than a sword." Writing makes me feel strong yet subtle, invincible yet mortal. Writing keeps me grounded and focussed. The best thing about being a writer is that it sets my imagination free. Like I always say, "I sin by my thoughts... Writing cleanses me."(less)
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India, my India?

A painful realization dawned on me recently: I may not be able to exercise my right to vote, for the foreseeable future. That is the life of expats who attempt to make a life in a country different from where they are born.

I have spent most of my life in India; I grew up in India, I grew as a person in India. The person I am today is because of everything I saw, learnt, read, heard and observed... Read more of this blog post »
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I think the most favorite fictional couple that remains close to my heart will always be Gerry and Holly for PS I Love You. There are like normal couples who fight, kiss and make up. The most touching part about them is that Gerry knows he is dyin... See Full Answer
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