Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 4

Once again, thank you to all of you for participating in the previous week's challenge. I loved reading your stories, and it amazes me each time to see such amazing story-telling in such few lines. Last week's prompt was as random as it could be and yet the responses were inspiring and creative. My personal … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 4

Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 3

To all those who participated to the Story Continuation Challenge last week : Thank you for taking up the challenge. All the responses were amazing, and each one of you took us all on a beautiful journey through your short story. The creativity and story-telling is amazing. Congratulations to you all, for the amazing skills and … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 3

Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 2

To all those who participated to the Story Continuation Challenge last week : Thank you for taking up the challenge. I was overwhelmed to see the response. Your replies were not just hugely motivating to me, being host blogger, but also immensely creative and interesting. Funny, dark, realistic - each entry brought about a different reaction and … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 2

Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 1

Warm Welcome Story-tellers!  A few days back I had asked for your inputs if I started a 'Story Continuation Challenge'. Quite a few of you had responded favourably (A few of you had even shared valuable suggestions to make it more interesting) so here's presenting the first prompt for you to take further and weave … Continue reading Story Continuation Challenge Prompt 1

12 Ways to Make the Write Resolution

Thanks for this amazing advice, Stephanie. Featured under “From Around the World
Friends, this is a must read for all writers/bloggers/authors. Comments open here. Hope you find this useful 🙂

The Writing Challenge That Knows You Have A Life

The New Year is rapidly approaching and many of us will soon be setting our goals (aka resolutions) for 2016. Where is writing on your list? If you are reading this post, it’s likely close to the top.

Here are a dozen writing and writing-related goals you may want to include and tips on how to do so:

  1. Be on the lookout for inspiration.

Some people record ideas, snippets of conversation, random words and phrases, etc. in a notebook or on their electronic device. Make it a habit to do so. Don’t simply trust your memory; it’s amazing how quickly “that perfect idea” can vanish.

  1. Set up your writer’s nook.

What do you need around you when you write? Pictures of your family? A shelf of skills development books? A cozy corner with a comfortable chair, your journal, and a stash of gel pens? A clutter-free desk with only your…

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