Everyone thinks that writing is such an effortless and straight-forward work. Those people who have an intense hunger for writing are considered to be stereotypical and uninspiring rather than talented and phenomenal. I’m a professional English writer, writing poems and proses since before I could learn to tie my shoelaces properly. But on a serious note, let’s get into some facts. From a very young age, writing English poetry was an irrefutable passion of mine. I was not such a person to carry a little notebook around wherever I went, instead I was the type to be staring out a window and suddenly some random sentiment would strike me and I wouldn’t stop writing until I filled up the page. Alongside poetry, I used to participate in many public speaking and essay writing competitions and so it’s not so far-fetched to believe that I received top grades in my O and A levels and IELTS when I graduated. I even contributed for my school and college magazine and aided in assembling an article that was published in the USA. I try to avoid writing the cliché and fantasies because that is what movies and novels are for. No, what I write is much more transforming; I make the reader dive into the depths of their hearts and imagine the exact scenario that I am trying to bring in front of them; to transport them to a world merely close to the reality of life yet having my personal twist and touch in it. I don’t force my pen to obey my command and cram under the pressure of submission. On the contrary, I let my pen guide my hand to produce a piece so remarkable that it astonishes me at times too. I’m sure you will not be disappointed by my work whilst you are a person with a heart full of emotion and a mind full of adventure.