Friday Figments : Weekly Writing Prompt

We know we have been MIA for the longest now, but we promise to not stay away for too long from this space! And here’s this week’s writing prompt for you to try your hand on. Also, in other news did you know we just sent our August newsletters where we have also shared aContinue reading “Friday Figments : Weekly Writing Prompt”

Wednesday Wisdom : Recommended Reads

One of the most heard tip for every writer is to READ. Read, read and read. That is the only key to becoming a good writer. So today Team KC brings to you a list of top five recommended reads written by famous authors, on writing for writers. You can consider it to be yourContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom : Recommended Reads”

Book of the month: Call me Saaya by Author Zoe M

Rains and romance always make for a perfect combination! This monsoon, bask in the magic of love with the heartwarming tale of Shamsher Singh Rajput and Saaya in Author Zoe M’s debut novel, Call me Saaya.

#Blinddateabook Contest

Team KC brings to you an amazing contest to celebrate Friendship Day where you can win books for your friends. Blind Date a Book with Team KC What is Blind Date a Book? A Blind Date with a Book is a hand wrapped book, carefully curated from a wide range of popular genres that isContinue reading “#Blinddateabook Contest”

Wednesday Wisdom: On writing by Melodie Ramone

Write it. Just write it. Write it on receipts in the car while you wait for your kid to finish their piano lessons, scribble on napkins at lunch with friends. Type on crappy typewriters or borrow computers if you have to. Fill notebooks with ink. Write inside your head while you’re in traffic and whenContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom: On writing by Melodie Ramone”

Wednesday Wisdom : Ian McEwan on Finding Confidence

Ian McEwan is an English novelist and screenwriter. In 2008, The Times featured him on their list of “The 50 greatest British writers since 1945” and The Daily Telegraph ranked him number 19 in their list of the “100 most powerful people in British culture“.