Namrata shares insights about the publishing options available for a writer today in India and why the story still remains the heart of any book. I began blogging sometime in 2011 when the literary industry in India was at its peak. The blogging which began more as a love for the written word soon gaveContinue reading “Monday Microscope: Decoding Publishing- Part 1”
Did you know, the acceptance of your submission, also depends on your pitch. It plays an important role as it acts like a covering letter for your manuscript. A letter or email sent to an editor or agent which details an idea for a magazine, newspaper, book or other publication, along with an attempt toContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom: Pitch Perfect”
Hello, So here we are, having completed a year of operations in June and we cannot be happier.
We at Keemiya, understand the effort every writer puts behind shaping up their novel. And also realize that #NaNoWriMo is one thing that encourages them to keep striding ahead, leaving all doubts and fears behind. So this #NaNoWriMo, we decided to offer something exclusive for all the writers participating in it.
As a writer, we have always been advised to use thesaurus graciously to increase our vocabulary and writing skills. One of the types of thesaurus Team KC recommends to all the writers is The Emotion Thesaurus by Angela Ackerman. This title has an entire series dedicated to various emotions that can help a writer in effectiveContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom :Writer’s Thesaurus”
This month, we have author Manju Nambiar’s romantic comedy cum family drama as the book of the month. To let you know a bit more about the author, well Manju Nambiar hails from the southern state of Kerala, India. A Computer Engineer by profession, she now works in one of the leading firms in San Jose, California whereContinue reading “Book of the month: Love.exe by Manju Nambiar”
If you are an aspiring writer, no dream can be more beautiful that writing your first book. There is a strange thing – everyone, except the writer, thinks that writing is easy. It’s not. The journey ‘from your beautiful dream to the reality’ is long and tough. Naturally, you are most likely to make mistakesContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdom: 6 things to avoid when writing your first book by Tarang Sinha”
I have a manuscript ready for publishing. What are the options I should be considering for getting published?- Rekha
Hi, I am an aspiring writer and would really like some tips to become the next best selling writer. – Pramod