Monthly Archives: August 2020

Webinar #3: Common Writing Mistakes

I’m here with another FREE WEBINAR! Join me in this hour-long webinar to learn all about the common mistakes all creative writers (especially fiction writers) make in their writing. The mistakes I will be discussing will range from complex exposition-related mistakes, dialogue formatting mistakes, grammar mistakes to use of wrongΒ narrative style, under-writing, over-writing and a […]

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How To Write A Book Analysis

Analysing a book is too often confused with writing a book review. It is a very common misconception and one that needs to be busted especially if you are planning to become a writer or are one already. A book review is an informal way of sharing one’s thoughts about any book of the reader’s […]

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Vlog #6: Books I Read In The Last 1 Month And The Ones I’m Reading Now

Book I read in the last one month: Pretty Things by Janelle Brown Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Curry The Night Boat by Robert McCammon Mr Mercedes (Bill Hodges #1) by Stephen King The War Of Art: Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov The Ghost Pirates by […]

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Registration For Fiction Writing For Beginners Workshop

Learn the basics of Fiction Writing and start your writing journey today. Upon registration, get access to my exclusive WhatsApp group for Fiction Writing For Beginners Workshop where registered students have started doing the guided writing exercises with me. I personally provide feedback for each and every writing piece submitted by the students. So what […]

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What are Beta Readers And Why Do you need them?

In the last 4 months, whenever I have delivered a lecture, I am ALWAYS asked about one particular topic, each and every single time with no exception at all – What is a Beta Reader?  Beta Reading is a concept well-known in the writing community but often misunderstood and misinterpreted by the new writers. So, finally, […]

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Prompt-Writing

Prompt-writing is one of the best tools for fiction writers. Period. You’ll find various definitions for it on the internet, but for me, it is simply what the name suggests: A topic around which a short piece of fiction is written promptly. Generally, the said piece of fiction is in the range of 100-1000 words […]

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