Stephen King says, “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” This especially holds true in a populous country like India, where every other individual is talented in more than one way. How then, does one make a name and place forContinue reading “Guest Post: Tips on how to write by Manali Desai”
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Wednesday Wisdom: Exclusive Offer for #NaNoWriMo Participants
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.
Monday Microscope : #NaNoWriMo Survivor’s Kit
The #NaNoWriMo is on and we cannot wait to know how has it been so far for you! So send us your questions/ doubts/ ideas and we promise tons of motivation in return by being the best ‘Writing Buddy‘ for you.
Monday Microscope: Using Software Grammar Tools
Are grammar and style checking software tools effective?
Wednesday Wisdom: Writer’s Manifesto
Writing is a lonely job. Let this post be a reminder on such lonely nights when the going gets too tough. Let these words, remind you of who you are and what you need to keep chasing. Let this manifesto be the inspiration you keep chasing your dreams!
Monday Microscope: On being a better writer
Wednesday Wisdom :Writer’s Thesaurus
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”
Monday Microscope: Role of an Editor
“My manuscript got rejected by a publishing house because they felt my language skills were bad. They said I needed a good editor. But isn’t that their job? Also, how can I work on this now. I have always written in simple English.” – Animesh
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”
Monday Microscope: Self-Editing Your Work
Run by this Self-Editing checklist to ensure your work is polished and of high quality!