Posts Tagged ‘Writing Tips’

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Hatsuyuki‘, by Tapo J. Mandal . On a remote peninsula in northern Japan, as the first snow of the long winter starts to fall, a mysterious new student appears at the local high school, and a young schoolteacher meets a beautiful girl at a dive bar. Could...

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...

Suneet Sasidharan’s Walkies is the honourable mention for the Time To Thrill writing contest. Editor’s note: Walkies portrays the unease a lot of us feel about how technology is reducing our life to a joyless existence and how the act of rebellion against it might come at too high a price. One feels for the...

“Your style of writing is too classy for the content you wrote. It was too smart for a romcom.” This is what a friend wrote to me after reading my book. I get her point. For that’s the general impression. What’s there to a love story, after all? Boy meets girl, spark/drama/conflict/tension. Love suffers, love...

Just because we cannot see certain things doesn’t mean they don’t exist! Sometimes, ‘they’ give off some kind of energy to make you feel their existence. Sounds creepy? Yes, that’s Supernatural – anything that cannot be explained. Things that hang – gaping at you – unanswered. Writing supernatural...

Chaitra Anumula is our writing platform author and has so far written five books on the platform. You can read her latest book Retribution – Mauli Abheek – Book 5 here. Her other books can be read on the Juggernaut website and app. To know more about her click here. To write – Almost all of us use words to express...

When I was in college, my friends and I would pass around romance novels to each other on the sly, hoping our English teachers wouldn’t spot us reading these juicy novels and give us a hard time. Romance novels were generally considered trashy although no teacher expressly told us not to read them. They were...

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...

For over twenty-five years, every time I read a good book, I wistfully told myself, someday, I too would write a story. I knew there was a story (if not a few) in me. It just needed, I convinced myself, the right time. Now and every moment, I deluded myself with ‘I have a full-time job, a fuller time wife and...

Debraj Bhattacharya is an alumnus of Presidency College, Kolkata. He is a researcher/writer by profession and writes both fiction and non-fiction. He has edited a volume of essays, Of Matters Modern (2008), and written a monograph, Exploring Marxist Bengal (2016). Both are academic non-fiction books. He has also...