About Us

Aneeta and her beloved dacshund, Ladoo.

Aneeta and her beloved dacshund, Ladoo.

 

My name is Aneeta Sundararaj. I trained and practised as a lawyer. However, in 2003, I decided to pursue my dream of writing. On my own, I created and developed a website called ‘How to Tell a Great Story’ and manage it to this day. The website is a resource for storytellers.

My writing has appeared in many magazines, ezines and journals. By contributing feature articles to a national newspaper, New Straits Times, I have been fortunate enough to come into contact with people who have fascinating stories to tell. Many of them have enhanced my experiences and understanding of my homeland, Malaysia, and I strive to share some of these stories on this blog. Here are links to the online version of fifteen of my favourite articles.

The Misunderstood Shark
Demystifying Men’s Sexual Health
Make a simple dress look great
Viva Galloway
The Rider Who Sold His Suit
Remarkable Beauty, Fascinating Tales 
A batik legacy
Pewter Legacy
Save the forest engineers
Waterfall of blessings
Pet-rified of letting go
Art for special children
Texting dreams into reality
Arctic quest
Letters from Cheraiburi

Please click here for a full list of my published articles.

Below are some of the books that I have self-published and contributed to in the past. Some of these books are no longer in print.

Interviews:
What an Adventure (2003)
Interview with David Miskimin (about 2007)
Interview with Ruth Barringham (2011)

Now, back to this website. The revamp of this website in 2013 would not have been possible had I not had help from a few wonderful people who went out of their way to share their information and knowledge:

Many people have asked me what resources I used to learn to create a website. My answer was that there was only one resource: ‘Insider Secrets’. Over the years, the company has that created this resource has upgraded it many times over and, today, it’s called, ‘Step-by-Step Guide to Online Selling’.

I hope you will benefit from this storytelling resource website. Of course, if you have any comments or suggestions, I’d love to hear from you.

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