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A Montage of Confusion - a story

May 2011 seems like forever ago. That’s when the following story became my first successful submission winning first prize on the website Cazart. With the hindsight of writing practice and courses taken during the intervening years, I can see the story needs all sorts of improvements. 482 more words


TV Show Review: Game of Thrones (Season 6)

Published in The Express Tribune on

The thing about a show like Game of Thrones (although it’s not hard to argue that there’s nothing quite like it on the television landscape) is that due to the epic nature of its storytelling, characters are necessarily scattered far away from each other, with their own narrative arcs that are completely disparate and diverging. 807 more words


Four Things You Can Include In Your ‘Additional Information’ Section

Previously published in the online ‘Brite Future’ magazine: June 2016.

CV writing takes a long time, but thankfully most of the sections are fairly straight forward. 347 more words


5 Ways to Make Your Job Search More Productive

Previously published in the online ‘Brite Future’ magazine: May 2016.

“Whenever I’ve been unemployed, I’ve always treated job searching as my current job. I make sure I job search every day.”

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5 things you don’t want to put on your CV

Previously published in the online ‘Brite Future’ magazine: March 2016.

When writing a CV, there are a lot of things that you need to make sure you include. 615 more words


The Lost Child

This is the first in a series of posts of “Previously Published” writings that were a part of a collection produced in-house by my church, earlier in my writing life. 708 more words


Dark Underbelly

Published in Dawn, February 3rd, 2016

‘Democracy is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder.’ — Plato

AS the democratic process unfolds in Pakistan, one wonders what kind of a hybrid would emerge in times to come. 728 more words