You love writing. You dream to be a published writer. You dream of seeing your name in reputed newspapers and magazines. Or to become a best-selling author, expecting a handsome cash flow in your account. You work hard but get only rejections. You get depressed and start thinking that you can’t
I have always maintained a journal to jot down my scribbles. I remember my very first journal—a bound LIC diary in green colour—given to me by my mother. I can recollect her words then, 'Put all your writings in one place or they might get lost.' That diary became my
Three novels and over two hundred articles later, author Shweta Taneja pens down 5 life hacks for aspiring writers.
Why do you want to write?
If you want to be a writer, the first thing that you need, which is I think a very individualistic thing, is the desire to write,
English is a very funny language!
Writing is an immense hard work and it's a myth that it's a cakewalk. I used to consider myself as a 'born writer' and blessed with continuous flashes of creativity. When I started writing for work, I used to give myself a pat on my