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Struggling with words?
Let me write them for you!

Hi! I'm Shubhechha and words are my best friends. 

I grew up reading books past my bedtime and scribbling stories in my notepad. This passion lead me to get a Bachelor's degree in Communication from Rutgers University-New Brunswick. 

I'm the author of Anxiously Thriving, a non-fiction book on overcoming social anxiety. Over the years, I have done a wide range of things like writing articles, blogs, proofreading, and creating content for social media. I have worked at companies like FOX News, U.S. News & World Report, and marketing departments at various universities. 

Now, I want to help you with all your writing, content creating, and editing needs!


 

Let's work together!

I will write blog posts, website content, articles, and anything else you need! To view my published work, click here

WRITING 

CONTENT CREATION

I will create social media content for you and will help you figure out creative ways to reach your audience. I have created content for pages ranging from 30K+ followers to 5M followers.

Check out my social media portfolio here. Additionally, click here to see the content I create for my social media that helps me boost my book sales. 

EDITING & PROOFREADING

Send me your rough drafts and I will work my magic to polish them and help you communicate your ideas effectively!

Books

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Do you feel like all eyes are on you in every social situation? Are you intensely worried about how others perceive you?

This feeling has a name—social anxiety, and depending on its intensity, it could be a disorder. One in eight people have suffered from social anxiety disorder (SAD) at some point in their life and it often remains undiagnosed because of the stigma surrounding mental health.

In Anxiously Thriving: Inspirational Stories on
 l̶i̶v̶i̶n̶g̶ Thriving with Social Anxiety and How You Can Do It Too, author Shubhechha Dhar explores living with SAD over the course of teenage and young adulthood years. After growing up with SAD without knowing what it was, she journeyed to learn not only how to manage her anxiety, but thrive with it as well. This book is about that quest towards understanding and becoming a champion for all who deal with the disorder.

Through the author’s experience and interviews from qualified mental health professionals, Anxiously Thriving encourages readers through inspirational stories and coping tips to help them realize that thriving with social anxiety is possible.