Monday, April 6, 2020
Home Tags Aspiring writers

Tag: aspiring writers

improve your writing skills
"How can I improve my writing skills?" Whether you're an emerging writer, or an established author, whether a student or a working person, you must have come across this question more often than not. It's the most common question most aspiring writers have. In fact, people might want to improve...
How To Make The Table Of Contents In A Word Document
Table of contents not only gives your reader an idea about the length and content of the book, it also helps them easily navigate through the book as they wish. Table of contents is placed usually after the Title/copyright page. In this article we’re going to discuss the methods...
How To Format An E-book For Smashwords
It might prove to be a big headache for a first time writer to get his/her e-book published at smashwords. Why, the smashwords’ meatgrinder rejects the manuscript straightway if not formatted appropriately. Smashwords has even made available a detailed Style guide for such writers to get their book formatted...
How To Sell Your Self-published Book
With more and more authors coming to the business, it had become too difficult to get published even if you’re excellent at what you do. However, a solution was found to this problem. Self-publication. Now, before you decide to get yourself published through a self-publishing platform there is one thing...
How To Create An Attractive Plot For You Novel
“Plot is no more than footprints left in the snow after your characters have run by on their way to incredible destinations.” ― Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing When you plan to start a novel there is nothing but a blank sheet before you. It is up to...
Writer's Block

Writer’s Block

What is Writer’s Block? To put it into simple words it is a condition where a writer is unable to produce new work for whatever reason. Now, there can be several reasons for a writer to get involved in such a condition – genuine, or lame. The hard fact...
Seven Tips To Improve Your Writing
The fact that good writing skills are attained with regular practice and hard work is true beyond doubts. To be one of the best takes a lot of practice and a lot of time. No individual is born with great writing skills; it is the time and practice that...
It is a common saying that well begun is half done. And, it is very much true too. Most writers, even the well-established ones, usually struggle at beginning their stories or books. Then what is the key to begin writing your true masterpiece? Discover the one true idea you want...
How To Start Your Novel The Right Way
When you start there is nothing but a blank page that could in time turn into a masterpiece or a disappointment, two extremes of the same path. What makes the outcomes so different then?It is the choices that we made during the path. Most important thing is choosing the...
Ten Rules For Writing Numbers and Numerals
How do you express numbers in your writing? When do you use figures (digits) and when do you write out the number in words (letters)? That is, when do you write 9 and when do you write nine? 1. Number versus numeral. First things first, what is the difference between...

Most Read

There's something about you - Yashodhara Lal

There’s Something About You

‘There’s Something About You’ by Yashodhara Lal certainly makes for an entertaining, light read. The story revolves around Trish. Now, Trish is a twenty-eight year old girl, recently unemployed, overweighed, single girl, who hides behind her sarcasm to cope with the world.
Book Review: Scion of Ikshvaku

Book Review: Scion of Ikshvaku

There is hardly anyone who isn’t familiar with Ramayana. There have been several TV series directly or indirectly based upon the same epic storyline, and as a book too this isn’t the first effort (of course the Valmiki’s Ramayana and Tulsidas’ Ramcharit manasa were the original ones).
Log Kya Kahenge

Log Kya kahenge

Log kya kahenge, what would people say. I’m sure you’ve heard this popular phrase numerous times before. And, you’ll definitely hear it again and...
improve your writing skills

How to improve your writing skills with these simple but effective tips?

"How can I improve my writing skills?" Whether you're an emerging writer, or an established author, whether a student or a working person, you must...
Book Review - It Happens for a Reason

Book Review – It Happens for a Reason

Author: Preeti Shenoy Edition language: English Characters: Vipasha, Aryan, Ankush, Suchi, Manav, Saurabh Published December 10th 2014 ISBN13: 9789384030742 Format: Paperback, 280 pages Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Womens fiction, chick lit It...
How And When To Use A Comma

How and when to use a comma

One of the most important punctuation marks is a Comma, the little tailed thing. A simple comma can alter the meaning of a sentence...

How Can I Improve My Writing Skills?

How can I improve my writing skills? This is a common question that one might ask, or might be asked. Whether you’re a student,...
Secret Life of Fat - Sylvia Tara

Book Review: The Secret Life of Fat

Who loves fat? I guess no one. “The Secret Life of Fat”, an enlightening book by Sylvia Tara answers all of our questions related to fat. After reading the book no one is going to look at fat the same way they did before. And, hopefully, the new insight into fat is going to help them a great deal. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
Grammar tips - double negatives

Grammar tips – double negatives

A double negative is the use of two forms of negation in a single sentence. Two negations while used in the same sentence may...
Book review - An Unsuitable Woman Shinie Antony

An Unsuitable Woman (Shinie Antony) – Book Review

An Unsuitable Woman compiled by Shinie Antony is a collection of short stories, essays, poems exploring the lives of freethinking woman striving hard to find their place in a society where men decide their present and future. Coming from the pens of several renowned Indian authors the narratives are all marvellous, invoking a strong feeling in the heart of the reader—a mix of strength and fear, empathy and repulsion, calmness and anger.