Posts Tagged ‘Indian writing’

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...

I didn’t have many friends when I was growing up. I probably didn’t feel the need to put myself out there and build relationships other than the ones I already had. I had three elder sisters, and we were very close. Sisters (most of the time) tend to become your first close friends. But, I won’t dismiss the fact...

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...

We’re delighted to announce our association with the Times LitFest 2017 on Dec 15th-17th in Mumbai. As part of this collaboration, we’re launching the Juggernaut Writing Contest. The rules are simple – Entries have to be submitted on the writing platform (write.juggernaut.in) or emailed to...

We have received an astounding number of original and imaginative fiction entries for every Juggernaut writing contest. It is no surprise that the Juggernaut Writing Platform, a unique experiment launched this May to bring good writing to us, has been a similar experience. The Writing Platform allows you to publish...

She's sexy, she's racy, she's daring. Scarlett Grey doesn't mince words when it comes to sex.

I sold a 100,000 copies of my debut novel within a year, that too without a single book launch, no media coverage and no professional PR.

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