In January 2021, we completed 3 years of being in operations. And these 3 years have looked something like this: 45 books edited and released 30 manuscripts evaluated and reworked on 5 book to screen proposals worked on 6 scripts written 3 writers mentored The journey has been exciting and something we are immensely proudContinue reading “New Offerings – 2021”
2020 was a year that was unforgettable in many ways. The world struggled with a global pandemic and all of us were forced to relook at our career/ job opportunities to adapt to the changes around. At Keemiya Creatives, we took this opportunity to add to our current offerings and create some innovative ways forContinue reading “And we are on YouTube!”
It is November and NaNoWriMo is in full swing. If you are a participant of NaNoWriMo we have something exclusive for you.
As an aspiring writer, it is obvious for one to feel overwhelmed with the whole process of writing a book. It is a long process and there is no rule book to abide by. Where to start from, how to start, how to write, how to end – the list of wheres, whys and howsContinue reading “Writing Tips & Tricks”
Writing is a lonely process and one that needs constant motivation to keep going. Let’s begin this week by listening to this awe-inspiring advice from none other than the master-story teller Stephen King himself.
While talking to a lot of book-reviewers we noticed how so many books get lost in the noise on social media. Some of the most deserving books make the least noise and hence never reach the reader. Hence we decided to start a project called #DiscoverAnAuthor.
Hello, So here we are, having completed a year of operations in June and we cannot be happier.
Creating conflict in your story is an art mastered with practice and one that can make or mar the story. Every writer faces this challenge at some point or other while working on their manuscript as to how much conflict is enough. While zero conflicts might make a novel sound flat or not gripping enoughContinue reading “Monday Microscope: Creating Conflict”
The second thing you have to do to be a writer is to keep on writing. Don’t listen to people who tell you that very few people get published and you won’t be one of them. Don’t listen to your friend who says you are better that Tolkien and don’t have to try any more.