Posts Tagged ‘writing platform’

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...

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...

Varsha Seshan is a writer of to-do lists, detailed notes to self, and emails. In between all that, she writes stories. Her story ‘Wilderness’ is about the feeling of being chosen to get a tiny glimpse of the wonderful wild world. It is also the winning entry of our Travel Writing Contest. Editor’s note: Going to look...

Juggernaut Books is delighted to announce that director Rensil D’Silva has acquired the rights to Neeraj Chawla’s The Last Poisoners of 6. The story of a family of hakims from Chandni Chowk, and the secret they harbour was first published on Juggernaut’s Writing Platform. “This story is a little gem which is...

April, the month of books has ended, and with the addition of 138 new titles in its catalog Juggernaut Books has kept its promise of enthralling its readers with exciting books. Just like every month, we bring you a summary of some of the most loved books of the month by our readers. Top Books of the month  Paid...

Roopal Kewalya loves to write for children and humorous columns on sex and tries not to put them together. She is the queen of sarcasm, a trait which she says she inherited from her cool cat grandmother. She loves to talk to her son in different voices and has a strange habit of counting steps whenever she walks...

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...

March was the Juggernaut Month for Women. Here are the most-read books our readers loved on Juggernaut. The most read women authors for the month: To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf • The Last Smile by Swapna Sundaram • Chup: Breaking the Silence About India’s Women by Deepa Narayan • Combat Skirts by...

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...