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Besides trying to use my creativity in the field of writing to pursue my passion, I have been very passionate about Liverpool Football Club since 2001. I started supporting LFC because of Nick Barmby, strangely, and soon he left for Leeds. I still remember tipping Liverpool for the title in the penultimate season under manager Gerard Houllier when it began with 30 points from the first 12 games. I am still waiting for the title from my favourites since, though I do not complain if we land short time and time again.
Even though it maybe a bit unrealistic, I would one day want to manage the Liverpool Team. I love playing football but do not have anything to show for it but I believe I will be able to earn the licenses required to be eligible for managing a football club.
I also follow Tennis - Marat Safin, Djokovic, Sharapova and Wozniacki being my favorites. Kimi Raikkonen is my hero in the sport of Motor-Racing (Formula 1). In the NBA, I follow the New Jersey Nets since Jason Kidd and company lost in the finals to the Lakers.
When it comes to writing - I have written lots of poems and short stories. Some of my poems are on my blog. In college I wrote a novel and after that while working I completed a screenplay. At the moment I am loving it as a writer for B/R.
You can also follow me at https://www.facebook.com/shubbankar.singh?sk=info to reach out to my poetry on my blog (http://shubbankar.blogspot.in/), check out my book (http://www.lulu.com/shop/shubbankar-singh/creations/paperback/product-1164715.html) and keep track of various other new unfolding events.
I just published my first article for the internship I'm doing with B/R.
I'd very much appreciate it if you could take a look and tell me what you think.
You're my favorite liverpool writer on B/R presently, so I value your opinion.
Feel free to start the comments. haha.
No worries man,
I know how much a compliment on your writing can do for a writer. We're not in it for the money. haha.
Being a writer/editor myself, I appreciate reading quality insight and well thought out articles. It's a shame that pretty much anyone can write on B/R these days, whether they have any apparent writing experience or not.
Keep up the good work, you're one of the very few that I've read on B/R that takes his craft seriously. I never get the feeling that your posts are trying to meet a quota or simply regurgitating what others have already pointed out numerous times.
Good luck and perhaps we can collaborate on things in the future.
We all struggle with harsh feedback at first. However, I think ultimately the public forum makes us better off. It forces us to work that much harder and re-affirm the assumptions inherent within our work.
Thick skin is a necessary component of online media -- for better or worse.
Keep up the great work!
Just wanted to say that I have enjoyed reading your recent additions to the LFC homepage. I particularly find your use of statistics in searching for talent intriguing. Great work all around!