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An Impish Grandpa

Author Name: V. VISWANATHAN | Format: Paperback | Genre : Humor | Other Details

Author Viswanathan, the multifarious professional who wears many hats, including that of a humorist, in this commendable collection bunched together under ‘An Impish Grandpa’, must be the chip off the old block… His observations are ‘selfies’ of real life, so the reader will enjoy more having had parallel amusing slices of life…Verily, this collection, without a murmur of dissent, will be an Amusement Ride!

        J.S.Raghavan, Humorist, Prolific Bilingual Writer and Author of ‘Laughing Tablets’. 

 

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V. Viswanathan

V.Viswanathan is a Corporate Trainer, Speaker, Consultant and a Visiting Professor for B-Schools. He has worked in senior-level positions for over three decades in India and the Sultanate of Oman.  He is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a CII-SCMPro. As a Directive Communication (DC) Psychology certified trainer, he conducts many training programs based on the application of ‘Colored Brain Communication’ to enhance team, project and organizational performance, inter-personal skills and smooth relationship at work and home.

He has written close to 200 articles and short stories which were published in leading newspapers and magazines both in India and Oman. Many of his articles won the ‘Article of the month - Winner’ award from Thursday Magazine of Times of Oman. He won the first prize in the Times of Oman Ramadan essay writing contest - 2009 and an award in the Fiction category of the ‘Times of Oman Literary Contest’ - 2013. He was one of the winners of the ‘Beautiful Words Contest’ conducted by British Council, Oman. He is noted for his simple and lucid style of writing, often laced with humour.  He lives with his family in Chennai.

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