Posts Tagged ‘aspiring writers’

Vinayak Nadkarni is a new age author and has made his mark already in the literary circle with his successful debut book – ‘Why So twisted?’.  This book, which was published in the year 2017, has received some rave reviews. Visit www.vinayakwrites.in for more details. His story, A Repechage Love Story, has been chosen...

It was an awesome time reading all the entries of the ‘Think Like a Queen’ writing contest, and choosing is always hard, as talent is everywhere!  But after great deliberation, our judges have finally settled upon one entry which triumphed over all the others to rise as the winning entry of the contest. The...

Swapna is an army kid, which gave her the opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the country in her growing up years. This sparked her curiosity in people and their cultures and behaviors. She moved to the US three years ago and is a new mother to her beautiful daughter. All this spare time in a new country...

So you have finished your first draft. You have given it your all. Now is the time to self-edit. Why? Because you get no more than a few minutes to woo a commissioning editor. Because it is your responsibility to present a neat, smooth and strong manuscript. Because even if you plan to hire someone to edit your work,...

It was an awesome time reading all the entries of the ‘Dad I’m Gay’ writing contest, and choosing is always hard, as talent is everywhere!  But after great deliberation, our judges have finally settled upon one entry which triumphed over all the others to rise as the winning entry of the contest. The winning...

As a part of Juggernaut’s commitment towards encouraging talented writing voices across India, Juggernaut is very happy to launch the Juggernaut Speed Writing Workshop. The Juggernaut Speed Writing Workshops will provide all participants with live feedback from fellow writers, as well as the Juggernaut Writing Platform...

Proteem Bhaduri spends most days translating brand stories into live experiences, and generally thrashing about in the choppy waters of experiential marketing. When he’s not at his day job, he can be found dabbling in cooking, reading – preferably dark fiction – and writing. Several of his short-stories and poems...

Once a journalist, not always a journalist. Prashant C. Trikannad, a career journalist for three decades, has turned his sights on building a second career out of writing. He is currently working on a few projects that include a potential novel, a nonfiction book, and a collection of short stories. Prashant, who...

When I was in college, my friends and I would pass around romance novels to each other on the sly, hoping our English teachers wouldn’t spot us reading these juicy novels and give us a hard time. Romance novels were generally considered trashy although no teacher expressly told us not to read them. They were...

In this guest post, find out what every aspiring or debut writer must do to make their book a success