#Quoted: Remember…

Neil Gaiman's writing is awe-spiring. His stories give a reader much food for thought. There has never been a time when I have been disappointed with his books and that is simply because he knows what a reader seeks. He always explores different storylines with distinct character sketches for the protagonists, always. I can write... Continue Reading →

A Brief Hiatus

**Disclaimer** This is only for those who really care to read about the author’s unplanned break from blogging. ************************************************************************************* Dear reader, I have been away, for quite some time. Yes, I should have left you a note, like a quick post it or something, letting you know that I won’t be around. And trust me,... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Stop aspiring and start writing…

Moving into the second week of February, I am quite excited because I inch yet closer to the impending holidays. I will be away for a whole week attending a cousin's wedding. A nice break from routine, well, who doesn't love it! Exploring quotes for the blog, I stumbled past one from Alan Watts. I... Continue Reading →

Tested Tricks on Tackling Writer’s Block

Whether writer's block is real or not - totally depends on what you believe. Here was the article that debated what a writer thinks about writer's block and it gained much popularity amongst readers back in December last year. I believe, that there are such stretches of time when you strive to scribe. Motivation plays... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: No one knows whether or not he is a writer unless…

I love writing at night. Somehow, the dark of the nights become the muse for my writing and the calm of the night amplifies my desire to put down words on paper. And well, I do feel much liberated of the many thoughts that plague my mind all day. So yes, I am a night-writer.... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Do not use semicolons…

As a writer, I am of the practice of using all the elements of punctuation. And I do tend to use the semicolon fairly often. I have always believed it comes quite handy if you know its proper usage. So, when I came across this quote, I realised I don't quite agree with the author.... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: If you want to write…

#Quoted is one space through which I wish to introduce some amazing writers, lesser-known, but great when it comes to the art. Today, let's talk aboutMadeleine L'Engle. Have you have read any of her books? She wrote children's books primarily. But it was her adult fiction novels that won her a gamut of awards, honors,... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Almost every writer…

We burden our conscience with the opinion of others, and let ourselves be impacted by what they say, don't we? Yes, we do. Is there an escape? I know not. But I know this, Not everyone might appreciate what you do. But you know what the good part is - not everyone matters.  Now that... 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. Nevertheless! When we talk of dead ends in writing, we use the term – Writer’s... Continue Reading →

Dear Reader…

Dear Reader, You & I, we haven't met but you are more than a friend. We haven't shared a talk but you are my secret keeper. You've been patient when I had to rant, and lent me peace of your words when I was low. Could I find a truer friend? Because you're someone just... Continue Reading →

Veiled Ink

A Wonderful Poem by Joseph, a very dear friend. Peek into his fascinating world here: https://seeingthewhisper.wordpress.com ~~~~~ In a soft embrace of shadows As you release me from your pen Will I see you today? As I create my life with words. Throw the alphabet out of the window I know you will make your own life with... Continue Reading →

The Queer Night

Pitch dark it was. Even the midnight shadows had sought shelter. I looked out the window again. Unsure if I really had heard something or just imagined. It had stopped raining. The water-logged street outside filled me with disgust. Rotting garbage swam freely on its surface making it look a massive pool of trash. Don’t... Continue Reading →

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