Misery: An Excerpt

Writers remember everything...especially the hurts. Strip a writer to the buff, point to the scars, and he'll tell you the story of each small one. From the big ones you get novels. A little talent is a nice thing to have if you want to be a writer, but the only real requirement is the... Continue Reading →

End of Watch: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Stephen King| Genre: Supernatural, Thriller | Pages: 496 The Plot: In End of Watch, book three of the Bill Hodges Trilogy, the diabolical “Mercedes Killer” Brady Hartsfield drives innocent people to suicide through a gaming app, and if the founders of Finders Keepers - Retired detective Bill Hodges and... Continue Reading →

Living in Cemeteries…

Of late, walking into cemeteries and whiling away time amidst the graves, gazing and pondering over the residents of those headstones, has caught my fancy. Upside: I am a new person to me. Downside: I still can't muster the courage to do it after the sun's gone down. Slowly, my fear of them is diminishing... Continue Reading →

It’d be you…

Through nights and days, The only thing I’d dreamt of Was picture-prefect memories And a place to hold it all When evenfall came I looked about me Found only emptiness on faces bizarre It didn’t come to me Not at first, But the one thing I wanted was Slowly turning rare Far and wide The... Continue Reading →

Writing Inspiration #8

Moving into the second week of February, I am quite excited because I inch yet closer to the impending holidays. I will be away for a whole week attending a cousin's wedding. A nice break from routine, well, who doesn't love it! Exploring quotes for the blog, I stumbled past one from Alan Watts. I... Continue Reading →

The Creative Spirit on a Cold Night

A Wonderful Poem by Drew, a very dear friend. Peek into his fascinating world here: https://drewmartinwrites.wordpress.com ~~~~~ Beneath a sea of frozen stars The village goes to sleep Save for a few souls still awake Who dream a bit more deep Poets write their words so sweet Musicians craft a melody Painters look to capture beauty For all... Continue Reading →

Writing Inspiration #4

#WritingInspiration is one space through which I am going to introduce some amazing writers to you. Today, let's talk about Madeleine L'Engle. Have you have read any of her books? She wrote children's books primarily. But it was her adult fiction novels that won her a gamut of awards, honors, and medals. Did you know... Continue Reading →

Why should you have a Blogging Schedule?

Hello, readers! I am back after a long break. Last year was incredibly impressive albeit busy. And what happens when you’re tied up in tides, well, compromises. So, yes, blogging did take a back seat and although The Musing Quill did well, I did not. This year, thus, I have decided to put a blogging... Continue Reading →

Writing Inspiration #1

I have always wanted a reserve of my favorite writing quotes that would help me push through the tough times. And so, I started posting quotes on Twitter handle. I am glad the attempt was received well by my readers. Consequently, I have decided to build a repertoire of these quotes on the blog too... Continue Reading →

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