Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

The top 5 Reads of Juggernaut are are here. If you have nothing to read, read these short entertaining reads on the go and enjoy! Love in the Time of WhatsApp: Power Edition. :- Our superhit story, is back in a special edition. With the feature to view the meaning of English words in Hindi within the app itself,...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is A Date with Destiny, by Dr. Deepali Mohokar. Ashok, a professional photographer , is a man who has experienced the highs and who has lived the lows of life and of love. Smriti is happily married to a man who adores her and is content with where fortune...

Amitabha Bagchi’s Half The Night Is Gone is a must read for us. We’ll let reader reviews say why its a must read for you! Here is what The Book Elf thinks about this book: “Rarely do you come across a book that leaves you with a feeling of being complete. Half the Night is Gone by Amitabha Bagchi is one such book, a...

I was in the gym the other day, struggling with what I wanted to say about Delhi in fiction, feeling a little stuck. The one treadmill in my gym from which you can see the Qutub Minar happened to be free so I stepped on to it and looked up. There it was, framed between two buildings of a public sector...

Reading all the entries sent for the kids writing contest was really fun. Short, humorous, simple, sweet, funny – in other words everything that a child would enjoy. However, the winner could only be one. Our judges have chosen Not From Mama’s Tummy by Mallika Ravikumar. Not From Mama’s Tummy by Mallika Ravikumar The...

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,...

We got to read some amazing, dramatic and beautiful stories in the Retell Mythology writing contest. It was as if mythology came back to life! The contest was judged by Anuja Chandramouli, author of Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen and she really enjoyed reading the stories. Here are the top two entries of the...

This is what Swapna has to say about herself, “I am an army kid, which gave me the opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the country in my growing up years. This sparked my curiosity in people and their cultures and behaviors. I moved to the US two years ago and am a new mother to my beautiful daughter. All...

A postgraduate in media studies from Symbiosis University, Pune, Prateek continues to learn and work in the crafts of screenwriting and literary prose. His work was shortlisted in Mumbai Mantra Cinerise Fellowship (2015) and was among the top five finalists in Recyclewala Story Search Competition (2016). You can read...

Getting a book deal is not easy. If you’ve been trying to get published, you’d know. Writers are either wondering whether their story has even been read by an editor, or reeling from a rejection letter. We’re trying to change this with the Juggernaut Writing Platform. On an average, 12 new uploads pop up on the platform...