Hi there! My name is Winona Rajamohan, an avid reader of anything by Haruki Murakami, a pasta enthusiast, and a political theory nerd. I was born and raised in the warm hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, now keeping busy as ever in the lively California Bay Area.
After graduating with a degree in journalism minoring in political science, I set out to feed my curiosity on the impact of multimedia content and digital media in the tech space. The exhilarating rush of Silicon Valley's SaaS industry helped me learn three things that have shaped the way I look at content creation:
1️⃣Powerful solutions don't just create powerful stories,
they come from powerful stories.
2️⃣ The digital content experience opens up endless doors,
and with it comes heavy social responsibility.
3️⃣The best kind of creativity comes from real conversations.
My background as a student journalist and a content marketer in the tech industry has shaped me to be a curious writer and content creator. Over the years, I've written about anything and everything - politics, philosophy, entertainment, sports, technology, business, you name it. I believe that a good story has the power to bring people together regardless of what their interests are, and I strive for that each and every day.
read about my mental health and wellness journey
my take on topics that I enjoy spending hours thinking about.
my debut novel
I'm Chasing Myself
In this fiction novel, I explore the mind of a teenager discovering the intersections between youth, self-expression, relationships, and mental health. Inspired by my own journey growing up, this book takes place in a physical and cultural setting similar to that of my home country, Malaysia. Through this light read, I hope for readers young and old to resonate with a familiar adolescent rush of emotion: the confusion, the uncertainty, the dwindling light at the end of the tunnel. I hope to show people how these feelings - though they often leave us scared and lost - are pivotal in helping us remember how important the small things in life are.