Posts Tagged ‘editor’s pick of the week’

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is The Girl on the Road by Shuma Rana. A well-known journalist, Shuma Raha writes columns for Business Standard, Gulf News, The Quint, etc. In The Girl on the Road, she channels her years of experience as a journalist to unveil the uncomfortable...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Wi-fi Love’ by Vinayak Nadkarni. Vinayak Nadkarni is a new age author whose debut book Why so Twisted? was a great success in the literary circles. He has also published several other stories, including “Help Anyway” and “Crossing the...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Kallu Krishna‘ by Amita Thakur Dogra.   Amita is a Medical Science Graduate. While dissecting all sort of Animal Kingdom, she realized her calling is not in dissection but in unification. After giving brain free time for a few years, she discovered her...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Hatsuyuki‘, by Tapo J. Mandal . On a remote peninsula in northern Japan, as the first snow of the long winter starts to fall, a mysterious new student appears at the local high school, and a young schoolteacher meets a beautiful girl at a dive bar. Could...

Varsha Seshan is a writer of to-do lists, detailed notes to self, and emails. In between all that, she writes stories. Her story ‘Wilderness’ is about the feeling of being chosen to get a tiny glimpse of the wonderful wild world. It is also the winning entry of our Travel Writing Contest. Editor’s note: Going to look...

मोहम्मद कौशेन की लिखी  ‘बदचलन ‘  कहानी को जगरनॉट बुक्स के राइटिंग प्लेटफॉर्म पर पाठकों द्वारा सबसे अधिक सराहा गया है। ...

“If Swapnil Bhatnagar was in a fairy tale, his house would be built of books instead of chocolate. He loves to write about relationships with their subtle shifts and twists. He believes that the setting of a story is a also a character within it, and should be developed with as much love as any of the characters. He is...

Rudra is a former broadcast journalist who wanted to sit under the tree, look at the sky and write. Lack of trees and sky made him purchase a house where he thought he would sit and write. Buying a house led to EMI’s and now he is only standing and reading on his way to work on Delhi Metro and repaying his bank...

Hari R Krishna is a graduate in Mechanical engineering and now works in a reputed bank. He still wonders how he ended up in a there, but convinces himself that it gives him enough time to write. He started reading when he was 5 years old, after his mother overwhelmed him with tales of Robin Hood, Enid Blyton‘s works,...

Roopal Kewalya loves to write for children and humorous columns on sex and tries not to put them together. She is the queen of sarcasm, a trait which she says she inherited from her cool cat grandmother. She loves to talk to her son in different voices and has a strange habit of counting steps whenever she walks...