Posts Tagged ‘juggernaut writing platform’

Vinayak Nadkarni is an IT professional and a writer whose stories have been previously published by Penguin India and Story Mirror. His first major break through was the huge success of the book ‘Love Stories That Touched My Heart’ in the year 2012. In August 2017, he has independently published his book ‘Why So...

Deepali Junjappa AKA Dipu Darko is a story teller and believes she was born to spill dreams that have been festering inside for the last six hundred moons. After she completed her Masters in Creative Writing from Macquarie University Australia, Deepali worked for various newspapers, magazines and wrote many TV shows...

We got to read some amazing stories in the Times LitFest contest winners. Have a look at the top 3 entries of the contest: That Girl is Trouble by Divya Anand The winning entry of the contest, That Girl is Trouble is a very balanced, yet eye-opening take on a phenomenon we are all too familiar with. Divya has won...

Sharon Gupta is an Indian Civil Servant and a writer. She is married and has a teenage son. Her articles and short stories were published in leading Indian newspapers and magazines over the years. She self-published a historical fiction novel in October 2000. Besides writing Sharon loves reading, music and playing the...

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...

When I was nine, a classmate of mine bought a shiny, new copy of Harry Potter, flashing it in my face. I took my parents to the bookstore the very same day and never really looked back. Except for the odd phase where I thought my future lies in being a space scientist and the next Kalpana Chawla, I’ve wanted to be a...

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...

Shaira Mohan is a Marketing and Business Development Manager working in the IT space for over 5 years. She is also a freelance writer and has been contributing articles to publications like The Huffington Post, Times of India, DailyO and others.  She has her own blog shairamohan.wordpress.com. Her short story...

Amrita was born in Kolkata and prefers to be known as a Bengali and not ‘Bong’. A history graduate from Presidency College, Kolkata, she started her career as a graphic designer with an e-card designing firm. However, having realized her greater affinity towards the written word she moved to content writing and...