Friday, 6 September 2013

My interview with Rahul Miglani (MyMagicJobs.com)

Dear friend's....I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Rahul Miglani who was magnanimous in his outlook and gave me (still a budding blogger) chance to be interviewed by the Blogger’s post. Grateful to you Sir.

1.         Can you tell us a little about yourself? Your blog, and your aspirations and your hobbies!!

I’m an IT Professional and have been categorised as a Trainer, and do have adequate experience as a trainer. Besides my work I am very passionate about music and reading. It won’t be wrong to state that I love writing. I work for an IT software making company. Apart from writing, I have been working from 2003 onwards, ever since a cruel twist of destiny took my near and dear ones away forever. 

As far as my aspirations go, one day I want to prove to the world I am not only a good blogger but a sellable writer.


2.         How did you first get involved in with blogging, are you an imaginative person?

I don’t even remember how it started. It’s just that one day an old friend provoked me to scribe down my ideas and thoughts. Slowly from one topic to another I kept adding from my college days onwards. The twist of destiny did give my blog post the required depth. If I have to rate myself on a scale of 1-10, then I can rate myself at 7 or 8 as an imaginative person.


3.         What do you find most challenging about blogging about your topic?

Getting time; professional and personal commitments don’t give adequate freedom to write.


4.         Tell me about some of the people you have met while working on your blog?

Priyanka Dey, Shilpi Dutta, Shivani Goyal, Shwetabh Mathur, Geetanjali  Kaul, Neeraj  Bhushan, Nimmi and many others. At present I’m working on a book.


5.         How would (someone) describe your blogging style?

Most of my personal views and experiences do get reflected in my writing. However I am careful not to give a personal touch on subjects that do not require the same. I do give opinion about books I have read, and also cover general social or lifestyle issues.


Read more at http://bloggerinterviews.blogspot.in/2013/09/interview-with-dipali-sharma.html

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