The National November Writing Month! When November arrives, I am all geared up for a month filled with writing. Not that I never write otherwise. I do. After all, it is my profession. But, the November month has its own charm! It is such a wonderful feeling to know that sitting with you across the… Continue reading The NaNoWriMo Fever!
Day 1: Just describe a landscape you would like to relax in. Use it as a prompt for today. Type away and I am sure you would have not only typed a lot of words but also let your imagination guide you into writing something beautiful! What say? Day 2: Your character is working at… Continue reading Prompts to Help You Write Your NaNoWriMo: WEEK 1
I write whatever takes my fancy, from musings to amusing stuff, from views to reviews, from verse to prose and from reflections to observations. That covers about almost everything doesn’t it? With not too much to hanker about I try to be content and spread contentment through my work. Sometimes, I do raise queries that… Continue reading F for Fancy!
I thought it was easy to write a few words on an alphabet every day. No word limit. Just a few ideas expressed in sentences based on an alphabet prompt. It couldn't get any easier, could it? Or so I thought. I wrote religiously too till the letter D and then..... time or the… Continue reading E for Easy!!
The word April derives its origin from the Latin word aperire, which actually means "to open". Very aptly named as April is the month which opens itself to the warm rays of the sun, shedding the cold winter of the previous months. It is a time for beautiful flowers to sprout and spread their fragrance.… Continue reading The A to Z Challenge: What is it all about?
“She was once stunned at a feeler from one of her seniors that she ought to be available for a ‘quickie’ as she too needs to satisfy her physical lust…a kind of open license…..a never-ending fright.
Some of her married male cousins and friends had the birthright to hug and feel her body curves…..If lecherous eyes could make love, she would have been mother of many bastards by now.”
“How does a failed debut – whether a first movie or a first album or a first book feel? Believe me, it is as traumatic a feeling as when your first –born is consigned to the incubator and brought out only to be taken to a final resting place.”
“Well-wishers often laud our attempts just to keep us in good humour. This harms rather than helps us in our quest for success.”
“….here’s not much difference between a fiction novel and underwear, in terms of market price….Isn’t a fiction book about the same retail price as a pair of briefs or banian?”
Remember the last time you wrote a letter? Remember the last time you received a hand written letter? Ages it seems, doesn’t it? Who has the time now-a-days to write with a pen? Leave alone lack of time, who takes the trouble to pen a few words on paper when the computer is always there? And if you are not the very writing kind then, the email or the SMS is always there to communicate and keep in touch!!