Posts Tagged ‘juggernaut writing platform’

आपकी कहानी “अब्दुल weds सोनाली” को लेखन मंच पर पाठकों के द्वारा काफी सरहना मिली हैं, हमारे पाठकों को कहानी के बारे में थोड़ा...

शोध के आधार पर एक नई मनोवैज्ञानिक बीमारी सामने आई है- सेल्फ़ाईटिस. सेल्फ़ाईटिस यानि सेल्फ़ी लेनी की अनियंत्रित चाहत. दुनिया...

We all become angry, and most of us don’t like it. We try to suppress it for different reasons – maybe we don’t want to look a certain way, or be called short-tempered by our peers. Feeling angry is not bad—every emotion is valid, and it can be useful for our growth. What is bad is punching our friend in the face...

  Most writers have, in some way or the other, struggled with how to further the plot of their story. To help out with this all too familiar problem, Srishti Chaudhary, author of several short stories on the Juggernaut App, Once Upon a Curfew, and upcoming Lallan Sweets, takes us through her super helpful writing...

Key takeaways from Neharika Gupta’s #ReadInstead Lit Fest Writing Workshop on how to write a Millennial Story. Neharika Gupta is the author of Adulting. Here are some key takeaways from her writing workshop: Crafting a millennial character The millennials and Gen Z of the 21st century must relate with the...

Granthana Sinha has written mystery thrillers such as: The Unrelated Murders, “Where Did He Go?”-Fading in a Hade, etc. She finds writing immensely enjoyable and believes it to be a meditative process. An expert at writing mystery thrillers, for this contest she finds herself dabbling in lighter territories. Her...

शायरी एक अहसास का नाम है, जो हमें एक अलग दुनिया में ले जाने का काम करती है. लेकिन, अगर आपने कभी शायरी लिखने में हाथ अज़माया...

Aniesha Brahma has written young adult novels such as: When Our Worlds Collide, All Signs Lead Back to You, When Our Worlds Meet Again etc. She loves writing and hence dabbles in the world of short stories from time to time. Her story ‘Where Did He Go?’ is an entry for a contest by the same name. It is a fun and...

हाय हेल्लो! तुम्हारी मदद के लिए धन्यवाद। मैं बहुत खुश हूं, हालांकि मुझे इस बात पर संदेह है कि तुम्हें मेरी मदद की ज़रूरत...

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...