It is said that everyone has a story in them. NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month aims to help people in creating novels. It is a challenge to write 50000 words of a novel’s draft in the 30 days of November. I was one of the many people who were dubious about it and assumed it emphasizes on quantity over quality. This year I decided to give it a try. I did have a few story ideas in mind for years but never managed to write them, so I figured I’d take part and see how it goes. In this post, I will share my experience with my first NaNoWriMo and give you reasons to try it out yourself. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo: First Impressions”
A Century, An Award and Writing Advice!
Two weeks back, two happy things happened. First, this blog got 100 WordPress followers! A big shout out to all my followers. Thank you for reading my posts and liking and/or leaving comments. I appreciate it! Oh, and I also appreciate the silent readers who haven’t followed me Continue reading “A Century, An Award and Writing Advice!”
My Writing Process
Procrastination is the bane of most inexperienced writers, and some experienced ones as well. Look up writing tips and there is sure to be something on the lines of “stop procrastinating and just start writing”.
I’m not even talking about the infamous writer’s block. We, new writers, don’t even jot down our ideas promptly. We seem to complain that we don’t have time to write, but when we do have time, we while it away and wonder how all the time passed. Continue reading “My Writing Process”
Unexpected Perks of Writing
Writing is a character building activity. I used to think it was merely to express oneself. I reasoned that unlike reading, writing cannot teach me anything. To my surprise, I learnt a lot after I started blogging and that did not just pertain to the topics I was writing about, grammar, punctuation, writing style and blogging etiquette. Here’s how writing will make you a better person: Continue reading “Unexpected Perks of Writing”