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Monthly Updates: April’19

Monthly Updates: April’19

Hello, dear readers. I missed March Monthly Updates post but didn't want to miss April as well, therefore, I thought that even though I am a bit late I'll go ahead and do a quick update post. Writing: I participated in Camp NaNo with a target of 30K words, but all I managed to write [...]

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My Writing Projects

Okay so finally I have ventured into the world of Vlogging! And it is as exciting as it is scary, but I am determined. Do check out my IGTV channel and the video on my Youtube. I hope you guys will like them 🙂 YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMup8ExsejU IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BwHqeeMneMZ/?utm_source=ig_web_options_share_sheet Ciao ❤

Monthly Updates: February’19

And finally, I'm doing the monthly Updates post after a long, long time. I loved doing these posts before and I'm really excited to do it now. To be honest, these update posts help me in knowing exactly where I stand in terms of my writing and helps me plan ahead serving as the much-needed motivation. [...]

How To Develop A Reading Habit

How To Develop A Reading Habit

Reading is loved by many but when it comes to practising it on a regular basis a lot of people fail. Ever wonder why? More often than not daily life, responsibilities and "important" things come in between you and your love for the written word. Oft times we get too involved or busy in other [...]

A Comprehensive Look At Literary Devices

A Comprehensive Look At Literary Devices

As a writer, it becomes a necessity at some point or the other, to understand as many technicalities of the craft as possible. Whether you're an intuitive writer or a deliberate one, there will be times when you'll have to break the literary rules in order to create your masterpiece, but in order to do [...]

The 4-Act-Structure: Introduction

The 4-Act-Structure: Introduction

  As almost all the plotters would swear by, outlining a story helps a writer greatly in making sense of the story for the readers. We, as writers, know what our story is and how it plays out, the difficult bit is to put in into words in a systematic way and have it make sense [...]

2019 Resolutions

2019 Resolutions

I know I'm late for this, but I really like doing a resolutions post and I really didn't want to miss out this year. I'll try and keep this post as short as I can because if I'd let myself get carried away then this would be one hell of a lengthy post. So without [...]

Getting Back In The Groove

Getting Back In The Groove

Finally, after almost 1 and a half years, since Eva's arrival and the start of my health issues (both unrelated, of course), I am feeling like myself again. After such a long break, I have also started re-working on my 2nd novel, Sinister Town, with the kind of energy I always seemed to have before things [...]

Max Is Coming Back Home

Max Is Coming Back Home

Okay... so let me start from the beginning... We got 40 days old Max home on 10th April 2019 and everything was going great until, after exactly 13 days, Vishal rescued Whisky, a 10-15 day old kitten that V found outside a bakery on the side of the road while getting some pastries. Because Whisky [...]

My Writing Corner

Most of the writers don't like to write in one place. And I am no different. I write wherever I feel like writing and it heavily depends on my mood as one day I find the living room very appealing and the next day I seem to find inspiration in the study room while at [...]