Technical Writing and Documentation Service Provider in Singapore

    The Journal of My Technical Writing Career

    As a child, I dreamed of pilot, as a young boy I dreamed of being a doctor, but there are dreams that cannot be and storms we cannot weather. I am now a Writer in the business of informing, persuading, and evangelising IT products through white papers, technical blogs, Standard Operating Procedures, Developer Guide, User Guides, and Online Help. 

    As a writer, I love to research and convey complex information in a simple, understandable, and user-friendly formats to capture the interest of readers. I am the bridge between engineers and end users, communicating the operation of a product, by arousing the reader's curiosity.

    Technical Writer
    During school days, my goal was to be a top ranker in the class. I performed well in my studies and ranked among the top 10 students. On rare occasions, my rank slipped below my expectations, but I always bounced back. Life’s biggest goals were finishing exams, scoring well and traveling to Kottayam - my hometown, an adventurous journey by train for three days and two nights, passing through hills, mountains, rivers, fields, and tunnels. 

    After tenth, like every student in the science stream, my goal was to be a doctor or an engineer. I let go of all extracurricular activities and focused only on studies. In XII, most of us had private tuitions on top of what school teachers were already providing. But things didn't work out as per my plans. I did not qualify for an Engineering or Medicine seat in the Gujarat board. Based on the merit system, I could pursue bachelor's degree in Science from the M.S. University of Baroda in 1995. 

    While in the first year, I still pursued my dream. I studied for medical entrance while I was doing BSc, but due to clashes in the examination dates, I let go of my dream and carried on with a renewed mind. I scored 62% in the first year and expected similar performance in the second year but to my surprise, I scored only 52%.

    During the final year BSc., I decided to pursue Masters in Computer Applications (MCA) and prepared for MCA entrance examination. To qualify for the entrance examination, I needed to score at least 60% in the final year BSc, so that the average of the second and third year comes out to be 55%. By God's grace, I managed to score 62% in the final year. I wrote the M.S University entrance examination for MCA, in May 1998 and ranked third in the exam. It was a miracle from God to see my rank in top 10, among hundreds of candidates from different parts of India. 

    When I attended the first semester classes, the subjects were very different from what I had studied until then. The programming languages were foreign to me. The only subjects that I was comfortable, were Maths and Economics. During the first year, I performed badly in the programming languages. But from the second year onwards, my grades improved. In the last semesters, I did projects at ABB and Railway Staff College. That was the time when I was exposed to the Internet for the first time. In the overall three years of MCA curriculum, I scored first class. Praise God.

    During the college days, every student's goal was to get through campus interviews. In the fifth semester, 2001, companies like Amdocs, TCS, Patni, Wipro, MBT hired more than half the class of our MCA graduates. But in the later part of the year, due to dot-com bubble burst coupled with World Trade Center attack, companies canceled or postponed their job offers. It was a blow to those who were given job offer letters. Miraculously, I managed to get in a startup US-based company - Amtel Security Systems, in Baroda as a Product Engineer. I was interviewed by Suresh Gajwani, the founder, when he was on a visit to Baroda.

    At Amtel, I was involved in documentation, technical support, gathering customer requirements, writing persuasive RFP responses, assisting sales in identifying customer's business requirements and delivering technically correct solutions, testing, and even purchasing controllers and chips. I had a hands-on experience with almost everything except coding. I loved the RFID and security products and enjoyed my work there.

    I worked at Amtel for two and half years, but there was no salary increment. I decided to change the company. By this time, my programming skills got rusted, and I lost the passion for coding. The only option I had was to work as a Testing Engineer or Sales Engineer. While browsing for jobs in newspapers, I came across a post of Technical Writer that caught my attention. Until then I was not aware of a post called Technical Writer. 

    I gave two interviews, one with Impetus Technologies for Testing Engineer and another with Zensar Technologies for Technical Writer. I remember traveling Ahmedabad to attend the interview by Impetus Technologies. With Zensar Technologies, it was a telephonic interview.

    While in Kerala for our house-warming event, I got the offer letter from Impetus. 

    Sagar Arondekar  wrote:
    HI Abeesh
    Please inform us about your joining. Write to us, if there is any concern at your end.
    Pls mail soon.
    -----Original Message-----
    From: ABEESH THOMAS []
    Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 3:02 PM
    To: Sagar Arondekar
    Subject: Re: Impetus Technologies Inc.
    Dear Sagar,
    Thanks for your offer letter. Well, I am in Kerala for vacation trip. So, You could not reach me at home. However, you can contact me through e-mail.I will be leaving Kerala on 29th and reach Baroda on 31st Jan
    Now this offer of 1lac per annum, does it include Conveyance+ House Rent or is it just Basic Salary + DA.
    Can you let me know the break up of salary structure.
    Looking forward for your positive reply.
    Sagar Arondekar  wrote:
    Dear Abeesh
    We plan to extend you the offer letter. The present offer shall be 1LPA. It is customary to tell you that we have a bi-annually system of performance appraisal followed by increments. The date of joining is Feb. 01, 2004. Please reply in this regard along with your reachable contact no. as early as possible. We are trying your contact no. at Baroda but, it is not reachable.
    Hope to hear from you soon !
    Thank you
    Sagar Arondekar
    -Consultant HR
    Impetus InfoTech (I) Pvt. Ltd.
    14-B Sangam House,
    A.B. Road, Palasia,
    Indore - 452 008
    PH: 0731- 5069989 (O)
    or Call Ambrish Kanungo : 0731-3215247
    After reaching Baroda, I put forth my resignation and joined Impetus, Indore in Feb 2004 as a Software Testing Engineer. That was the first time I started living independently away from my parents. I was given a week's accommodation in a hotel. 

    Cross Roads
    Two weeks later, while working in Impetus, I got another offer from Zensar Technologies for the post of Technical Writer with a better salary. I was in a dilemma whether to accept the offer since I was happy with the role of Software Testing Engineer. After much pondering, I decided to go for Zensar's offer that established my career as a Technical Writer, a road not taken by the MCA graduates.

    Geeta Janardhan  wrote:
    Hi Abeesh
    As discussed please find enclosed the salary break up. Please ack recpt of this mail and forward your mailing address to which i can courier the formal offer letter .
    -----Original Message-----
    From: ABEESH THOMAS []
    Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 4:07 PM
    To: Geeta Janardhan
    Subject: RE: Abeesh_Resume
    Hi Geeta,
    I am giving you mobile number of my friend---(9893138428)..His name is Hardeep Singh. I have told him that I will be expecting your call..So just ask for me.And then we can talk..
    Thanking you.

    Geeta Janardhan  wrote:
    Hi Abeesh
    Infact i mailed you y'day saying that i need to talk to you . I would like to talk to you about the offer we would like to make you . I would appreciate if you can call me else i will call if forward a number where i can call you.
    You can reach me at : 020-26631819 / 9823311272.

    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both
    And be one traveler, long I stood
    And looked down one as far as I could
    To where it bent in the undergrowth;
    Then took the other, as just as fair,
    And having perhaps the better claim
    Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
    Though as for that the passing there
    Had worn them really about the same,
    And both that morning equally lay
    In leaves no step had trodden black.
    Oh, I marked the first for another day!
    Yet knowing how way leads on to way
    I doubted if I should ever come back.
    I shall be telling this with a sigh
    Somewhere ages and ages hence:
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference

    At Zensar, I wrote documentation for the UML tool - BluePrint Foundry, created a help file using a freeware tool “Cheetah”, and wrote ADDL syntax Programmer’s Guide.

    Sometime in Oct 2004, I received an email for Technical Writing position with Samsung Electronics, South Korea. 

    Sriram Prabhakar  wrote:
    Dear Abeesh
    Is Friday Oct 15 ok, will schedule you at 1.45 PM, you can fly in the morning and return the same day (or worst case on Saturday which I guess is not a problem for you in any case)
    Please confirm.
    ----- Original Message -----
    Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 6:47 PM
    Subject: Re: Interview

    Well, I would prefer Saturday/Sunday....Getting leave is bit difficult since we are having a project and that needs to be completed.
    So if you can schedule it for saturday or sunday, it will be great
    Else Monday is fine with me.
    Looking forward for your reply.
    Dear Abeesh
    The interview panel comes from Korea specifically for this and they return after finalizing offers. They are here for a couple of days only. Hence arranging interviews on Saturday/Sunday is a little difficult. If Monday is not Ok, is the the Friday prior (Oct 15) ok??
    ----- Original Message -----
    Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 10:48 PM
    Subject: Re: Interview

    Can u arrange the interview on Saturday or Sunday. Monday is working day for us and getting leave will be difficult.
    Let me know your Views.
    "Sriram@Samsung" <> wrote:
    Dear Abeesh
    We sourced your resume from Consequently your candidature was shortlisted and an interview has been scheduled on Monday 18 Oct, 2004.
    The position is based out of our Hq in Korea in the Memory division.
    To know more about Samsung, please click here.
    In case you have queries, do reply. Once you confirm your attendance, I will send you a time slot.
    1. Samsung will bear two way economy class airfare (Pune- Bangalore -  Pune)
    2. You will have to buy the tickets and a refund in cash will be made during the course of the interviews, on production of ticket/counterfoil/boarding pass.
    Warm Regards,
    Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd India Software Operations
    Sriram Prabhakar
    Asst. Manager - International Recruitments

    Samsung India Software Operations
    Samsung Digital Plaza
    # 67 Infantry Road,
    Bangalore - 560001
    Ph:080-2555 0555 Extn:3318

    After landing Bangalore, I took a taxi directly to the Samsung office. When I entered the meeting room, I was surprised to see a room full of Korean nationalities. The interview went well, but I was not sure of my performance.

    In November 2004, through God's favor, I received the confirmation letter from Samsung about my selection.

    • Dear Mr. Abeesh Thomas

      Hello, I am a staff of Samsung Electronic Memory Division HR group named Choi, In Yong.

      First of all, I want to give you a conglatuations for passing our job interview.

      I am making your job offer right now, but I have some troubles to make your offer owing to some lacks of your careers in the past time.

      Please let me know your accurate experience in the past time as soon as possible.

      1. Your chronological history after high school graduation (monthly base)
             EX) 88.3~92.8 ~~~~~~~~
                 92.9~94.5 ~~~~~~~~

      2. Marital status (children)

      3. Possible joining date(after 31th of December, 2004)
         (pls. write down the end date of present job or graduation date of anticipated degree)
         * You are obliged to go through medical check up at company designated hospital in Seoul.
           If the result is failed, the process for employment can be canceled.

      Best regards,

      Human Resources Group
      Memory Division
      Semiconductor Business

      Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
      San #16 Banwol-Ri, Taean-Eup
      Hwasung-City, Gyeonggi-Do
      KOREA 445-701

      Tel 82-31-208-6077
      FAX 82-31-208-6097
      E-mail :

      Choi, In Yong

      Human Resources Group
      Memory Division
      Semiconductor Business

      Office    :  82-31-208-6077
      E-mail   :

    During the same time, I received another offer from a company in Pune, but I decided to join Samsung Electronics. I resigned from Zensar Technologies on 10th Jan 2004.

    I arrived S. Korea on 21st Feb 2005. It was one of the coldest days with temperature below minus 15 degrees. You can read about my experience here I was with the Flash Management Software group, Memory Division, responsible for creating product documentation and white papers for Samsung's XSR, Whimory, RFS, and TFS4 file systems.

    Memory Division, Samsung Electronics
    Memory Division, Samsung Electronics
    The best part of working in Samsung, Korea was that they provided fully furnished flat, festival bonuses during Chinese New Year (Feb) and Chuseok Festival (Sep), performance bonus equivalent to 2-3 months salary, year ending completion bonus, two-way flight tickets to your home country, relocation allowance, and zero tax for foreigners with Master's degree and 3+ years of work experience. 
    Samsung Electronics Residence
    A view from my flat in S.Korea
    I enjoyed the weather in Korea especially the snow in winter. Some of the beautiful places I love there are Jeju, Busan, and Seoul. The company provided free Korean language training.

    When I joined the Memory Division, it was the most profitable division of Samsung Electronics, but in 2009 due to the global recession, the company suffered loss, and the management decided not to renew the contract for foreigners. Most of my colleagues opted to work in Samsung, Bangalore.

    Before the turn of these events, I had decided to work in the UK. In October 2008, I applied for the Tier 1 work permit (HSMP) and within a week, it was approved. I could stay in the UK and look for a job without requiring any company to sponsor my work permit.

    After my contract with Samsung, I arrived in the UK in March 2009. But it was an economic recession there too. I stayed in Cambridge with a Nigerian family for a monthly rent of 350 pounds. It was through them; I got the chance to attend the African-American Worship service at the City of David Church - one of the most vibrant and energetic people I ever met in my life. While staying in the UK for three months, I managed to get three interviews in Bristol and Cambridge, but no success. I decided to return India to continue my career as a technical writer. On June 2nd, 2009 I left Cambridge and came back to my hometown - Kottayam. In the mid-June, out of blue, I received an email from a consultancy in Singapore for the post of a technical writer with Savi Technology - A Lockheed Martin Company

    From: Priyadarshini
    Date: Friday, June 26, 2009, 4:06 AM

    Hi Abheesh



    Today  (25th June 06, Friday)
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Interviewer: Beth Conover, Principal Information Developer and Editor at Savi, USA  

    Tomorrow (26th June 09, Saturday)
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Interviewer: Les Kyono, Director Information Development, USA

    Please acknowledge my mail


    Manager - Technical Resources
    Nityo Infotech Services Pte. Ltd.
    260 Tanjong Pagar Road
    Singapore 088542
    Mobile No: +65-96778443
    Office No.: +65- 6327 7227
    Fax No.: +65- 6226 2890

    From: Priyadarshini []
    Sent: 24 June 2009 11:44 AM
    Subject: "URGENT" - Work Samples / Nityo Infotech Singapore

    Hi Abeesh

    As discussed Client would like to see some work samples. In addition, she would like you to “document” the role you played in developing and producing each sample, including the tools you used, how you gathered the information, the department process that was in place, etc.

    Please send me at the earliest.


    Manager - Technical Resources
    Nityo Infotech Services Pte. Ltd.
    260 Tanjong Pagar Road
    Singapore 088542
    Mobile No: +65-96778443
    Office No.: +65- 6327 7227
    Fax No.: +65- 6226 2890

    From: ABEESH THOMAS []
    Sent: 21 June 2009 06:02 PM
    Subject: Re: Information Developer / Technical Writer Openings with Nityo Infotech Singapore

    Dear Priyadarshini,

    Attached my resume for the post of Technical Writer. I have 7+ years of experience as Technical Writer in some of the best industries. I have done my Masters in Computer Applications and Bachelors in Science.

    Will appreciate your feedback.

    Yours faithfully,

    Abeesh Thomas
    Mob: +91-9447849600

    --- On Sun, 6/21/09,  wrote:

    Subject: Information Developer / Technical Writer Openings with Nityo Infotech Singapore
    Date: Sunday, June 21, 2009, 10:48 AM
    We have the foll Information Developer / Techincal Writer Openings with us. To know more about us please visit

    Job Location: Singapore
    Position: Permanent


    - 5+ years of experience in technical writing
    - working experience in SDK
    - Extensively worked on Adobe framemaker
    - Good communication skills

    If interested please send your profile to


    Manager - Technical Resources
    Nityo Infotech Services Pte. Ltd.
    260 Tanjong Pagar Road
    Singapore 088542
    Singapore was never in my radar. I had never dreamed of working there. But that was God's plan.

    There were five rounds of telephonic interview with Information Development (ID) Manager, Principal Writer, ID Director, Product Manager, and Vice President of Savi, Singapore. By God's favor, the interviews were successful, and I was selected to work in Singapore for Savi Technologies. I was supposed to join on July 15th, 2009 but later I discovered that I could not travel since my passport validity was less than six months. I applied for the tatkal passport in Kochi and got my passport after seven days. It took another one week to get my employment pass from the Singapore MoM.  I was provided the flight tickets and two weeks accommodation at Spottiswood Park, Tanjong Pagar. On July 26, 2009, I arrived Singapore and joined Savi Technologies. It was my first experience to work in an Agile Scrum environment.  I wrote SDK Installation Guide, User Guides, Installation Guides for Savi’s SmartChain RFID applications, using  XMetal as a Single Sourcing tool for generating content in various formats such as Online Help, CHM, and JAR files, and performed quality assurance and usability testing in the process of producing user documentation.

    Savi Technology Collegues
    Savi Colleagues
    After working there for a year, in August 2010, due to company's financial performance, the US office decided to outsource the development work to the Pune office in India. Nobody expected the closure of operations in Singapore.The employees were given the choice to work in India, but nobody opted for it. In the middle of September, through God's favor, I received two offers, one with Philips Electronics and another with Tagit Pte Ltd, for a one-year contract. I was in dilemma to choose the company since both offered the same pay package but I decided to go for Tagit. My responsibilities were to create user guides, installation guides, and training materials for the mobile banking application, Mobeix. 

    In August 2011, history repeated itself. Due to the financial situation, Tagit started cutting staff, and I was also laid off. Since I was employed through consultancy, they tried their best to find another client but no success. Meanwhile, I applied for PEP and got approval within three weeks. I could work for any company in Singapore without requiring a company sponsored work permit.

    In the first week of October 2011, I got an interview call for a technical writing position with PayPal, an eBay company, at Suntec City, Singapore. It was a six months contract position. There were four candidates vying for the same post. On Oct 10, a day before my birthday, I got confirmation about my selection. Praise God. My responsibilities were to create API documentation for their SOA based financial instrument services. 

    On February 29, 2012, I received a call from the consultant informing that my last working day would be on April 16th, 2012. I was taken by surprise since I expected an extension of my contract.

    I started applying for jobs. In the third week of March 2012, I got an interview call from JDSU Test & Measurements Singapore Pte Ltd, a US based Telecom company. I attended the interview and within two weeks, I received confirmation about my selection. All praises to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. One thing I know for sure, God can do it again and again when you call Him. After my selection, PayPal wanted to extend my contract for three more months, but it was too late.

    After working at JDSU for three years and two months, the company split into two different groups, Viavi Solutions, and Lumentum. Because of the split, it carried a burden of 50 million USD. To manage the expenses, JDSU decided to close the R&D division in Singapore, phase by phase. I was given a month's notice period. The company provided the relocation expenses and three months salary for the number of years I worked.

    A week before leaving Singapore, I got an interview with NextLabs, through referral from an ex-colleague. I cleared the first round which comprised of a written test, interview with a product lead, and with the director. The second round was a telephonic interview with a senior writer in the US. I cleared that and then there was a third round of telephonic interview scheduled on 29th July with the VP of the R&D division from the US. 

    I also had an interview scheduled with a different company on 30th July, but my visa was valid until 26th July. I went to ICA Singapore, to extend my visa, but it was denied.

    While in India, I completed the third round of the telephonic interview and submitted three references of my previous company as per the NextLabs HR policy.

    After two weeks, I received confirmation of my selection. The company applied for my Employment Pass, which was approved within a week. Praise God for His favor. After I joined the company on 26th August 2015, I came to know there were other candidates vying for the same post. 

    Life was going smooth, I was enjoying the workplace, people were cooperative, there were new products coming up that needed constant documentation. We went for occasional team outings and were having fun. In the month of March 2017, we got our salary after a delay of 2 weeks. It was the first sign of financial trouble. During the quarterly all-hands meeting in May, the CEO indicated about the possibility of pruning the workforce if the situation didn't improve. I was nonchalant. On June 7th, when I entered the office, the admin was not in her seat. I came to know she was let off the previous day. At 1 pm, as I was about to go for lunch, the director called me to a meeting room. I was informed that it was my last day in the office. With all the leaves and 2 weeks notice period, my official last day would be July 4th. I would get my salary until July 4th but I need not come office. I was calm. I knew God was in control and something better would turn up. As I was packing my stuff, there were few other employees given the termination letter.

    I started updating my resume on the job sites. I managed to attend 5 interviews in a span of 2 months. That's a great miracle in itself. Some of the interviewers gave high hopes as if they were about to hire me the next day but at the last moment they backtracked.

    I got confirmation from Xchanging, a DXC Technology company, but they wanted me to relocate to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I gave my consent for relocation and they applied for my EP. Two weeks later, I got an interview offer with Veritas Technologies, in Singapore for a one year contract and they confirmed my selection after a week. I had to renege the Malaysian offer but it was cordial. Since my Singapore visa was valid until 4th August, we left for Kerala on 31st July. Meanwhile, the company applied for my EP on 3rd August, MoM approved the application on 25th, and I joined the company on 30th August. All glory to my Lord Jesus Christ.

    At Veritas, my primary responsibility was to complete the documentation for the GovTech Singapore Backup-as-a-Service Cloud project. I finished that by the end of December 2017. There was not much work after this project. In Jan 2018, I applied for the technical writing position with a "reputed" startup company in Singapore. It was a permanent position. There were 2 rounds of interviews, and in February, I received confirmation about my selection. I submitted my resignation with Veritas, gave 1 month notice period, and joined the company in April! All Glory to God!

    Why Hire Me?

    I am surprised to see advertisements from high-tech companies in Singapore, looking for Technical Writers with just 2 to 3 years of experience. I believe it is because of the cost factor to hire experienced writers with 10+ years of experience. But the companies that adopt such an approach are unaware of its effect on the documentation quality. Technical documents are designed to convey information clearly and persuasively but there are no definite, measurable standards to judge. It's possible that writing can be error-free and still not communicate effectively. There are no algorithms for writing. It takes years of experience and mentorship for writers to come out with quality documentation. The key to writing a good document is that it has to be a good experience for both partners- the writer, and the reader. The satisfaction of the writer and the reader are interwoven.You wouldn't want a layman walking into a hospital operating theater to deliver a child. Nor would you want a layman to design the next car you travel in. But writing? Can everybody do it? If your documentation is written by engineers, you risk satisfying your customers. Check this link for potential costs of poor or missing documentation

    Technical Writing is an art as well as science. We practice our craft to service the reader. We don't expel raw material; we transmute it to provide what the reader most wants.Technical Writers are not magicians who can generate content automatically. We need a thorough understanding of the product before we can come out with the first draft. That's why it's important to interact with product engineers, testing engineers, and product manager to gain a first-hand knowledge of the product before coming out with the first draft. 
    When a writer has to work on multiple products, it is economical from the company's standpoint, but from the writer's perspective, it does not allow him to master the product. The writer's focus is on creating the content, crafting the content, and publishing the content on time. Time is critical when a writer has to work on multiple products.This approach is fine if the company does not expect writers to become subject-matter experts.

    My Advantage
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Excellent communication skills 
    • IELTS score 8
    • Master of Computer Applications (MCA) and Bachelor of Science (Physics)
    • More than 15 years of writing experience with reputed companies
    • Mentored by professional Writers and Editors
    • Expert in using documentation tools such as XMetal Author, Robohelp, Altova XML Spy, Adobe FrameMaker, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Visio
    • Expert in creating API Documentation, SDK Developer Guide, User Guides, Installation Guides, White Papers, Training Materials, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
    • Worked in Agile Scrum and Waterfall environment
    • Expert in working with version control tools such as GIT, Tortoise Subversion, ClearCase, and Snapshot CM

    Domain Experience
    • Telecommunications
    • Electronics
    • Mobile applications
    • Software
    • Security Systems
    • Financial Instruments
    • Client-Server applications
    • Scientific instruments

    If you have any questions, or you want to hire me, send me an email at

    If you want to outsource your writing and documentation projects, visit, email: or call +65-82086393. 


    1. Hi Abeesh,

      Thats wonderful article to read.

      I am travelling to Korea soon, please let me know your gmail or any contact id.


    2. Hi Abeesh,

      For cross reference my email id is "".

      Looking forward to hear from you soon.


    3. Hi Abeesh,

      Nice article! Could you write an article on tips about writing technical documentation for business people.


    4. Abeesh,
      Thanks for sharing your example. It is a perfect example of a person who found his 'calling' like a water finding its course - through hurdles, crevices and bushes. You are lucky, although i meet many others who find it very difficult. All the best.

    5. Thanks Sanjiv. Each one of us has a calling and our goal is to discover that calling, earlier the better.

    6. Hi Abeesh,
      Nice to be here,
      I am here via my
      hus's blog page
      A well written
      page with lot
      of lovely pics,
      but sad to say
      that i noticed
      something missing here
      A followers button etc etc....
      and this fonts size is small
      and letters in white with a black background will surely give strain to your readers, i am sure due to that people will run away from here, no one wants to spoil their eyes these days though there is a good and well written stuff people won't take risk, i now want to copy these and put it into word pad and then to word file. hi hi hi i am sure that will be a tedious job, so pl. change your font color or the template color
      Best Regards
      Ann and Phil