Fiction Writing For Beginners

If you are new to writing or have no clue how to get started in writing, then this class is for you. If you feel intimidated by the blank page and suffer from shyness to write then this class is for you. If you've never written before but have always wondered about writing then this class is for you. If you love reading books and have, somewhere in your heart, wanted to write someday, then this class is for you.

Finding The Right Idea

I don’t think I have ever known, not even a single writer, who doesn’t get about a dozen ideas every day. But imagine what would happen if you’d start taking all of those ideas seriously?  It’ll be chaos! So you get my point?  Remember, not every idea is a good idea. Tweet As a beginner, [...]

Discovering The Writer Within

The first place you need to begin, especially while starting a long-form fiction project (or re-starting it), is to discover yourself as a writer - to find out what kind of a writer you are. Because unless you do it, you won’t know how to proceed further, especially once the initial flame of anticipation and [...]

3rd Edition Of Writing Manifesto Is Here!

Hello dear readers, I have a brilliant news to share! The 3rd edition of Writing Manifesto is here (and to be honest, it looks so good!) For those of you who haven't been initiated - Writing Manifesto is a mini e-book full of writing inspiration for new writers. If you are just starting out then [...]

Registrations Now Open For Webinar #2: Introduction To Novel Writing

Webinar #2 Hello readers, after the success of my first Webinar (where I got to connect with a lot of new writers), I am very glad to announce the details of the second Webinar. As most of the writers who attended my last webinar were interested in learning more about novel writing, I have decided [...]

Different Types Of Editing

Editing is the process in which a manuscript is modified, corrected and polished thoroughly. In the literary world, there are different kinds of editing. Editing is very subjective, depending upon what exactly is lacking or needs improvement regarding the overall quality of the individual manuscript. For example, in some manuscript, prose needs tightening, whereas in [...]

Stream Here: Webinar On Introduction To Creative Writing Basics

Hey guys, if you'd like to watch the Webinar stream of my webinar on Introduction To Creative Writing Basics, then you can watch the entire thing on my YouTube channel (or below.) I have also started taking private classes on Creative Writing and Novel Writing, so if you are interested, then shoot me an email [...]

Webinar on Introduction To Creative Writing Basics

Webinar #1 : Introduction To Creative Writing Basics Attend my free Webinar on Introduction To Creative Writing Basics on 30th April 2020 at 11:00am on Facebook Live. Here's the link to the Facebook Event on my author page: https://www.facebook.com/events/527107161510397/?ts=pss Do give my Fb page a follow to stay updated about the event. Don't waste your [...]

8 Steps To Develop A Reading Habit

A lot of people love reading but when it comes to practising it on a regular basis most of them fail. 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 things [...]

Reading Vlog #1

My first ever vlog! I talk about the books I am reading currently - Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, The Lottery And Other Stories by Shirley Jackson, The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis and The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis Harper audiobooks. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-pgkrlgIEN/

10 Books To Read While Social-Distancing During Corona Virus Or COVID-19

I was born in the year 1990 and since then I do not remember a single instance in my life where I have been in quarantine. Although it can get tiring and frustrating sometimes, I still feel that this is something that we might never get to see again. In this time of self-quarantine or [...]

Recovery

So I was living my life normally and started doing some functional training in the month of December (hard-core workouts targeting the core muscles that include crazy-ass cardio, step-ups, weigh-training and kettle-bell lifting along with a lot of burpees and hopping and stuff like that.) So even though I was doing it under the guidance [...]

Book Review: The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

Author: Ray Bradbury Release Date: 1949 Genre: Classic, Science-Fiction, Short Story Collection Series: Edition: E-book Pages: 303 Publisher: Harper Voyager Blurb: The strange and wonderful tale of man’s experiences on Mars, filled with intense images and astonishing visions. Now part of the Voyager Classics collection. The Martian Chronicles tells the story of humanity’s repeated attempts to colonize [...]

RMFAO 2020 Reading Challenges

Hello, dear readers. Happy New Year to you, and your families, and I hope that this new year, and the beginning of this new decade, turns out amazingly joyous and fulfilling for you all. 2020 is very special, most of all because it marks the beginning of the 6th year of my online Goodreads book [...]

A Winter Morning

I am a hopeless winter-person - you know, when a person goes overboard in hauling around shawls everywhere, wearing cardigans even when it's barely cold, wearing socks while sleeping and using a heater or a hot water bag at night to warm the cold feet. I know I am not the only one so I [...]

NaNoWriMo 2019 – Update

Hello, guys (After a long, long time!) I am here to share a quick update about my 2019 NaNoWriMo progress. For this year's I am aiming to complete the 7th draft of Sinister Town and so far, i.e., in 15 days, I have written 29,132 words. I am trying to finish this draft this month [...]

Worldwide Release of Deceived E-Book

I'm so, so, so excited to announce the worldwide release of Deceived e-book on the Kindle Store. Now Deceived can be read and enjoyed by people all around the world! This makes me so happy and grateful.⁣⁣⁣ If you haven't already have it, grab your copies today!⁣⁣⁣ Deceived You can get your copies of my [...]

Character Profile Sheets (CPS) – Part 2

Character Profile Sheets are a great literary tool that help you in profiling your characters, especially the main characters of your story. They not only help you in being consistent with your character's traits throughout your story or manuscript but also help a great deal in creating as well as painting the character arc you [...]

Monthly Updates: May 2019

Hello guys and welcome to my Monthly Updates post series. The month of May wasn't the best month I've had so far in the year because Vishal got sick and was bed-ridden for the most part of the month. He's still not well, but his recovery is steady and hopefully he'll completely recover in another [...]