Twice upon a time, there was a young lady in distress. She was not happy with the way of life around her full of corruption, dishonesty, backbiting, fake smiles, dual personalities, deceiving within the family. Gosh! All this was making her swirl as she was overwhelmed with her surroundings and with a heavy heart sheContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom: Got Style? by Ruchira Khanna”
Today we addressing an interesting question on novel-writing. I have an excellent idea which I am sure can be a best selling novel. How do I start writing it down? There are so many suggestions and ideas that I am confused which is the best way to tell a story in words. – Kshitij PContinue reading “Monday Microscope: On writing”
Before sharing the prompt for this week, we would like to thank Ann for writing on our previous prompt. You can read her wonderful take on the prompt HERE.
Wednesday Wisdom is a segment where every week we will share a slice of wisdom from writers who continue to be our source of inspiration. We might share some excerpts from their interviews where they share their experiences or invite them to write to this space. After all, in those lonely nights when you sitContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom: On writing”
This week’s question is from Shreya who writes, ” I have written a romance novel which is currently 1,20,000 words long and I am still not done. As I read it I realized that I am sounding repetitive at a lot of places. How do I weed out the redundancies and fine tune my novel?“
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”
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?