Posts Tagged ‘writing’

उत्तराखण्ड की तहसील भटवारी में एक गाँव है, गंगोत्री। भागीरथी नदी के किनारे बसे इस गाँव से लगभग 20 कि.मी. ही होगा गोमुख, जिससे...

  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...

For the second week of the #ReadInstead Literary Festival we had Amitabh Bagchi, author of DSC prize winning book Half The Night is Gone, give a deeply engaging and informed writing workshop on how to write literary prose apt for both fiction writers and prose readers.  Key takeaways:  Bagchi uses the example of a...

नहीं, नहीं, नहीं सेल्फी ऐसे नहीं लेते हैं, जैसे तुम ले रही हो।फोन अपने कजिन को देते हुए मैं झुंझलाते हुए बोली, ये लो और खींचो...

जिस दिन शान्ति और अर्पणा की पहली मुलाकात हुई थी, उसी दिन शान्ति के सब्जी लाने वाले झोले की तन्नी टूट गयी थी। वह झोला काफी...

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 ‘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...