Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt

Friday Figments is place where we encourage the writer in you to push your creative boundaries and write. We will share various writing prompts here on a weekly basis. Please feel free to use them as a prompt and write a story, poem, microfiction, micropoem or anything that this prompt triggers in you. Don’t forgetContinue reading “Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt”

Monday Microscope: Importance of Manuscript Assessment

Hello! Starting today, at Monday Microscope we will aim at answering your queries regarding writing and publishing. Do feel free to write to us and get our expert panel be your guide. Today’s question is from our reader Krishna who wants to know – Why is manuscript assessment / beta reading important for an author?

Inviting authors for guest posts

You never know where your next motivation comes from. Here’s a chance to be a motivation for someone through your own experiences. Inviting authors, aspiring authors and book bloggers to write guest posts for our blog on various topics related to writing and publishing . Write to us at keemiyacreatives@gmail.com or drop a comment here.Continue reading “Inviting authors for guest posts”

Introducing Monday Microscope

  As a writer, it is natural to have a plethora of doubts regarding writing, editing, publishing and everything related to that one dream book of yours, you have been waiting to write. We, at Keemiya, believe in helping you in the process of writing and hence have introduced Monday Microscope. Starting next Monday, ourContinue reading “Introducing Monday Microscope”

Erotica: A rising genre in Indian Literature

Being hailed as the birthplace of Kamasutra our country has been very conventional in a lot of things. We have something known as the censor board which decides the kind of movies we can watch. We also have a lot of well-wishers who protect the youth from the western influences of celebrating Valentine’s Day andContinue reading “Erotica: A rising genre in Indian Literature”

Are our classics dying?

The other day at an informal gathering all of us were discussing books when suddenly the name of Ismat Chugtai came up. Not many had heard her name, leave alone reading her stories. And mind you, I am not talking about complete non-readers here. Many of those in the group claim to be voracious readersContinue reading “Are our classics dying?”