This man is the man behind the awesome and mind-blowing blog, naveenrichard.com. He takes great pride in writing posts on all sorts of topics, and his work is always worth a read and a second look.
I first met this guy a few years ago at a conference. I have to admit, he totally took over the crowd and I had to follow behind. His style of writing and content is always thought provoking.
I met him again recently and I have to say he’s not the same guy. His style of writing has definitely changed, but I have to admit I also think he’s a lot more friendly.
He is also a little more outspoken and doesn’t shy away from any form of controversy. This is a common trait among authors and I think it’s because his personality is just so good and he is so passionate about what he writes that he doesn’t take himself too seriously.
I think I have been with naveen a little longer than I have with my last author. I think the two of us have bonded over our shared love of gaming, and I think hes a lot more relaxed than he was before. His writing style is definitely more serious, but he is still very friendly and very approachable with people.
naveen wrote this essay about his book, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” which I found really inspiring. It was a really refreshing thing to read about a person so close to his own life, and the author does not mince words about his struggle to write.
I feel like it would be impossible to discuss the book without getting into some very personal topics. My own struggle to write has led me to some of the most difficult and depressing novels Ive ever read in my life. Ive come to realize that I have not been able to write because I am the most miserable person in the world. Ive given up hope of ever meeting anyone else who has the same struggle and the same struggle to write because Ive been alone the past twenty years.
I’ve been writing for twenty years. And in the past year, I’ve had the opportunity to meet and talk to a lot of people who are struggling with the same issues I have. And a lot of them are struggling with them even now.
It may be that the people who are suffering from writer’s block are the absolute worst off. But I strongly believe that in this country, there are people who have had to give up writing because they are so unhappy that they don’t want to write anymore. In fact, I’ve seen people who write and think they’re happy with what they have to say, but in the end, they are miserable.