Random House India authors write about how their mothers encouraged them to become authors

Posted: May 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

In which I somewhat misjudge the tone of praise for the Mothership

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My Mom would give me hand-written notes every once in a while. They contained quotes and wisdoms she would read from various books. These notes became reference points for me and I still use them quite a lot in my writings and in my lectures. When I was joining my job, she gave me a letter just before the train was about to leave. I still have it and it became the final chapter of my second book Seek: finding your true calling. I thought it was the perfect ending to my book. So not only my mom encouraged me to read books and write, she also gave me a chapter for my book. You can read that letter here – http://rakeshgodhwani.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/dear-son/.

– Rakesh Godhwani, author of Seek: Finding Your True Calling – http://bit.ly/1cciFli

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