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#Quoted: After writing a story…

In writing, sleeping over is an act of kindness. Be merciful toward your drafts and give yourself the freedom to think twice before you hit 'publish'.  You never know what magic might unveil out of a draft, a story, or... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Writing is as close as we get…

Writing is about what we feel and what we don't. What we say and what we don't. What we love and what we don't. There is not one thing we can't write about. When we can't write, we may as... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Some things are hard to write about…

Whoever said writing is easy! It's child's play, eh? And yet the greatest writers in history agree that the blank page has almost always got the good of them. Writing isn't a piece of cake; especially not when you write... Continue Reading →

Why have a Blogging Schedule?

Hello, readers! I am back after a long break. Last year was incredibly impressive albeit busy. And what happens when you’re tied up in tides, well, compromises. So, yes, blogging did take a back seat and although The Musing Quill... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Tomorrow, is the first blank page…

The Musing Quill wishes all its readers and followers a very happy new year. May it be most fulfilling and gratifying. Here's a quote to kickstart the new year. Here's to new beginnings. Yes, do write a really good story.... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Writing is therapy…

I have always wanted a reserve of my favorite writing quotes that would help me push through the tough times. And so, I started posting quote images on my Twitter page. I am glad the attempt was received well by... Continue Reading →

Words

she wrote in such a rush, as glaciers slide down upon earth swearing destruction, as a tornado threatens to destroy all that comes in its way, as waves crash against the rocks; so terrifying yet so beautiful. She wrote with... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Block – Real or Not?

“I don’t wish to talk of writer’s block. It is very depressing,” said a published writer when I asked if she could share her experience for my blogpost. Clearly, she was uncomfortable and my article now lacks a case story.... Continue Reading →

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