Author Archives: Rian Nejar

About Rian Nejar

Rian Nejar is an Indian-American author. He trained and worked as an engineer in India, lived briefly in the Middle East, and arrived in America in the early 90's. After a Master’s degree in electrical engineering in America, he worked as an academic instructor, engineer, entrepreneur, and technical writer over the two decades since. Humbling and Humility (http://goo.gl/FKUnCM) is his first mainstream nonfiction. He lives and writes in the Southwest United States.

FREE: HnH E-Book, July 16 to 18

  Did you listen to the public exploration of FBI agent Peter Strzok’s alleged bias in Congress? I was struck by the agent’s passionate defense of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an institution under the Department of Justice. His responses … Continue reading

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Lightning struck…

  Yes, that sort of lightning. A brain surge. Inspiration. I’d been searching for quite a while for the subject matter of my next book. Nothing stood out, in the melee and circus of life in the you-knighted states, that … Continue reading

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A Meaning of Life

On the way back home from a tutoring class, I stopped by a local Home Depot – the wall-mounted wireless unit of my garage door opener had become temperamental and needed replacement. It is, of course, easy to find things … Continue reading

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Gun Supremacy in the land of Ameriguns

  Did we ever come out of the wild wild west? Ever learn to settle issues without violence? Or learn to ask questions, of others and oneself, before shooting first? “The Gun makes all men equal.” Does it? Equal in … Continue reading

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The Longest Winter: The Battle of The Bulge

The Longest Winter: The Battle of the Bulge and the Epic Story of World War II’s Most Decorated Platoon by Alex Kershaw My rating: 5 of 5 stars A detailed, engaging, moving narration. Kershaw balances the depiction of the courage … Continue reading

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Jesus at the foot of my bed

  “Have fun!” The friendly cashier bade an elderly lady goodbye and turned to me. “Found everything you needed? What’s so funny?” A big smile adorned my face. “Oh, the vision of a rounded, bent-over, old lady ‘having fun,’” said I. … Continue reading

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FREE: HnH E-Book, July 17, 18

  You’ve likely heard a captain of the financial industry describing our government’s function (dysfunction?) as “all the stupid shit.” Is it, really? Things may be simpler when one’s investing, counting beans of gold. That we understand. But political machinations, … Continue reading

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