Posts Tagged ‘writing’

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Kallu Krishna‘ by Amita Thakur Dogra.   Amita is a Medical Science Graduate. While dissecting all sort of Animal Kingdom, she realized her calling is not in dissection but in unification. After giving brain free time for a few years, she discovered her...

  “Dreams always make for really good writing ideas” said Stuti Agarwal,a children’s novel writer at Juggernaut’s writing workshop for kids aged between 8-12 years, on Saturday, June 15th. The workshop began with a fun exercise introduced by the author. She asked the kids to draw their own faces and share their art with...

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...

“Writing is lot like a jigsaw puzzle”, said Madhumita Bhattacharyya, author of the Reema Ray murder mystery series, to a rapt audience of around 25 aspiring authors. “Piece by piece, you make it whole.” Juggernaut books organized a writing workshop on ‘How to find your story – and write it’, with author...

The Juggernaut Writing Platform is a very exciting space for new writers in Indian publishing, a space which is constantly scouting for new writers and voices. We organize writing workshops in various cities every month for aspiring writers with professionals who help hone their skills. With this platform in action,...

शाह का बेड़ा बहुत धीमी रफ्तार से  कड़ा  की ओर बढ़ रहा था. बेड़े में एक छोटी बख्तरबंद सेना भी शामिल थी . इस सेना की कमान अहमद छप...

Your stories, be it The Bot, The Last Poisoners of 6 or Death is Only the Beginning, all deal with different themes such artificial intelligence, crime and mystery. Which story has been the easiest to write and which one has been the hardest? The easiest has been Last Poisoners, the story practically wrote itself...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Rameshwar the Dhobi, by Vasudha Sahgal.   Why does a Dhobi (laundryman) suddenly feel insecure of the ever-changing billboards opposite his dhobi ghat? Will his biggest secret also help him to secure the love of his life? This is a story about Rameshwar, a...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Matryoshka, by Anand Venkateswaran A story of lost and found, within another story of lost and found, within another and another. He never quite finds himself, but he does find kindness, and an endless supply of humour. Read the story here : Anand is an...

दिल से-कहानी में ट्विस्ट के विजेता गौरव यादव  ने तकरीबन 5 सालों तक एक शोधकर्ता के तौर पर कार्य करने के बाद हाल ही में...