Posts Tagged ‘#HowWriters’

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...

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...

Dhanya enjoys good reads and savors poetry. Books and the feeling of transforming brewed thoughts into words is what interests her about writing. She has studied engineering and has worked as an assistant professor. Her story ‘The Tip of the Iceberg’ is a fast-paced thriller with Zaira, a smart RIW agent at its...

Imagine you’re reading a book set in India in 2017, and you arrive at this passage. Dad was looking at his phone, chuckling at one of those American chat show hosts lambasting President Trump. This was the right time. “Dad,” I said. He looked up. “I want some money … for, um, notebooks,” I said. He...

There is a buzz in the fiction writer’s community as the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is upon us. Every year in November, many aspiring writers take the challenge of completing a minimum 50,000 word first draft of their novel in one month. This challenge has produced success stories like Water for...

Before you even object to how we know nothing about your kind of writing, give us a chance. Tell us your favourite books from each genre and we’ll tell you what writing profession suits you the best.

This week’s Editors Pick is Natasha Joshi’s Bhukkad. It’s a story about how a promising food tech start-up goes wrong turning friend into foe, and a programmer into a murderer. Natasha holds a degree in Economics and completed her Master’s in Psychology from Harvard University. By day, she works for Government of India...

Our Writer's Platform is the place to showcase your talent and find the readers you've always been looking for. The platform is easy-to-use, allows for a lot of engagement and makes the entire process of creating and publishing a book truly social.

In this week's #HowWritersWrite, Sidin Vadukut talks about his efforts at writing without distractions, and about how to become a Twitter celebrity