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Why I Chose to Write about Writing?

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I have always been passionate about writing. For last two years, I had a plan to start a blog. I came up with a few topics, such as positive psychology, writing, politics etc., that I wanted to make the focus of this blog.

I decided to choose writing, in other words, how to write, as my specific focus. I chose this because I teach writing and also because many young people approach me about writing skills.

So, I felt an immense need for this kind of writing activity.

I write posts on a variety of topics related to writing skills. From the process and language to words and grammar, I cover writing’s many different aspects.

My posts also answer these and numerous other questions: How to begin writing? Where to get ideas and inspiration from? When is it right to start writing? Why write?

I enjoy doing this. In addition to my passion and excitement, I spend nights on this with the hope that my work will solve some of your problems.

If you have any questions or ideas, share them in the comment section or drop me an email. I would be happy to address your queries and problems in future posts.

Have a wonderful week.


Author: Aslam is a writing Lecturer and Ph.D. student of Global Affairs at Rutgers University. He can be reached at aslam.kakar@rutgers.edu or @aslam_Kakar






  1. Tahir Cheema says:

    This definitely is a great contribution! I keep experiencing every day that the quality of writing among young graduates is falling, also they are losing interest in writing. I would encourage you to move on with your goal, and let me know if I can be of any support in spreading the word and the cause.

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    • Aslam Kakar says:

      Hi Tahir,

      Thank you so much for the comment, and I agree. I would appreciate if you share it with friends and colleagues who want to improve their writing skills.


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