10 Best Advice On Writing By Stephen King

Stephen King, for me, is the God of writing. He knows how to create believable characters that will make you feel all kinds of emotions (a wide, wide range of emotions at that), he creates genre-defining works and his stories are simply incomparable to any other on the planet (though I do know a coupleContinue reading “10 Best Advice On Writing By Stephen King”

CCW Flash Fiction #3: Music In Nature by Vanshika Sahu

Crazy Cat Writers’ Flash Fiction is a Monthly Flash Fiction Challenge, where we share 2 topics every month for writers to write stories upto 1500 words. We pick one winner on each topic and publish the winners for each topic on the Crazy Cat Writer blog on the 15th and the 30th of each month.Continue reading “CCW Flash Fiction #3: Music In Nature by Vanshika Sahu”

CCW Flash Fiction #2: A Short Poem by Ramcharan Modumpally

Crazy Cat Writers’ Flash Fiction is a Monthly Flash Fiction Challenge, where we share 2 topics every month for writers to write stories upto 1500 words. We pick one winner on each topic and publish the winners for each topic on the Crazy Cat Writer blog on the 15th and the 30th of each month.Continue reading “CCW Flash Fiction #2: A Short Poem by Ramcharan Modumpally”

CCW Flash Fiction #1: Mother’s Day Poem by Simran Hirani

Crazy Cat Writers’ Flash Fiction is a Monthly Flash Fiction Challenge, where we share 2 topics every month for writers to write stories upto 1500 words. We pick one winner on each topic and publish the winners for each topic on the Crazy Cat Writer blog on the 15th and the 30th of each month.Continue reading “CCW Flash Fiction #1: Mother’s Day Poem by Simran Hirani”

CCW Flash Fiction Writing

Crazy Cat Writers’ (CCW) Flash Fiction is a Monthly Flash Fiction Challenge, where we share 2 topics every month for writers to write stories upto 1500 words. We pick one winner on each topic and publish the winners for each topic on the Crazy Cat Writer blog on the 15th and the 30th of eachContinue reading “CCW Flash Fiction Writing”