India born, Londoner, Anjali has always loved all forms of the written word, be it Prose or Poetry and enjoys expressing in both. Blogging was a very fertile environment within which to write and express and also to reach out to other writers and readers. The transition to serious writing in the form of a Novel was a very natural one and her novel now stands completed. It’s been a truly satisfying part of her writing journey and she knows it won’t be her last!

She has a background in Chemistry, Educational Psychology and Philosophy and has a deep desire to connect with humanity. Her work with the destitute and disenfranchised have left their mark on her. She is deeply humbled and inspired by the courage of those she has met. She feels strongly about issues affecting women and her short stories and novel seek to tell their stories.

Her most recent publication:

Poetry published in the Fall edition DELIGHT of the Journal WHEN WOMEN WAKEN (2014)

Writer of : DISOWNED (a novel)

Published Poetry Anthology: MIRACLES OF NATURE

Previously blogger on: THE GLASS WALL (http://www.painauchocolat.blogspot.com)




49 responses to “ABOUT

  1. wilsonagaba

    Thank you so much for an incredible comment. What I know is that we all have love and we feel love, then we need to share our love with others for the benefit of entire world. God bless you too.


    • Thank you for your kind words and sharing your love with the world, there is such a lack of it in the world – we all need to follow your example and share the love. πŸ™‚


  2. Your book shelf looks like mine. We love the same authors~

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  3. Thanks for showing interest in what I put out too. I sincerely hope you continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.


  4. Nice and inspiring blog, Anjali! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”. πŸ™‚


  5. Thank you so much Anjali for following my blog and for liking some of my posts. May the Heavenly Father beam His light of protection, grace, love and favor upon you and your love ones in the Mighty name of Jesus Christ.


  6. I am so humbled by your decision to follow Learning from Dogs. You will find that a wide range of topics come up but always with the same underlying theme: the need for integrity and love. As our dogs offer us every day of their lives. Best wishes, Paul


    • Thank you Paul for dropping by and your comment. I perused your blog and really enjoyed the posts and the theme. I do not own a dog but some of my family and friends do – and I totally agree with you – they give love so unconditionally! Something we human beings must learn! It’s the need of the hour. Thank you once again.


  7. Great intro … wishing and hoping for the best in your endeavors!! ❀ …..


  8. JF

    Anjali, thank you again for giving me the link to an American who lives in Russia. We are communicating with great understanding. He just reblogged my latest posts about life and robbers with great introduction..
    Best to you.

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  9. Your poetry is very refreshing.

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  10. Nice to see someone from India blogging from London. Hoping to reading more of your blog posts. Have a wonderful blogging journey ahead. http://www.digitaldimensions4u.com

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  11. Thank you for dropping by and following Malcolm’s Corner.


  12. Robert

    Dear Anjali,

    Thank you for this about yourself. So you’re a Londoner. That’s far away from me. And yet it doesn’t feel that far.

    All good wishes,


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  13. Hi Anjali, Congrats on your novel and published work. It sounds like you have a wonderful background to help your clients and readers. Thanks for sharing your light. Blessings, Brad


  14. Thanks Anjali for following my blog! My heart is all to poetry, and I found the same in you.


  15. Hey Anjali!
    I am honored that you are following justkeepingitREAL. It warms my heart to know you will be visiting me.

    Merry Christmas!


  16. You have very interesting blog and I like it very much! A lot of colorful photos and very clever articles!

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  17. Nyambura

    Hey Anjali! It’s been a while since you last posted, so I popped in here to check up on you :). I do hope all is well.
    My warmest regards,


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