Rejections are tough. But they are more difficult when you're a writer. Because with every rejection, sometimes, comes a dose of dejection that gradually eats you. And it's hard to think of the way forward.It is astonishing when you think about the number of writers who give up with every rejection. But it is important... Continue Reading →

Delhi is not far – An Excerpt

In Pipalnagar there is not exactly despair, but resignation, an indifference to both living and dying. The town is almost truly reflected in the Pipalnagar Home, where in an open courtyard surrounded by mud walls a score of mental patients wander about, listless and bored. A man jabbers excitedly, but most of the inmates are... Continue Reading →

Words

she wrote in such a rush, as glaciers slide down upon earth swearing destruction, as a tornado threatens to destroy all that comes in its way, as waves crash against the rocks; so terrifying yet so beautiful. She wrote with such a passion. Words were her weapon and mighty destructive was she. ~~~~~ Happy writing... Continue Reading →

When a writer bleeds

her world shrinks as faces cease to exist days lack brightness nights miss the glow walks become rambles blank are the thoughts no place is desirable just she and herself behind shut doors are windows closed and the solitary corner beckoning her not a speck of light in the gloomy room except a flickering lamp at... Continue Reading →

Difficult Writing Times

Sounds very much like one of those newspaper titles to me but good that we do not have such things. Can't imagine what days would be like to have a newspaper like that to start the day with! So I am talking about times that are difficult. Unfavorable. Adverse. Google says, it is when there... Continue Reading →

On Writing: Book Review by Asha Seth

Acclaimed author Nicholas Sparks has recommended some books on his website that will help you improve your writing skills. One of them is 'ON WRITING' by 'Stephen King'. This being my first Stephen King book, I was disappointed to not have started reading his books earlier. Well, I might as well yell that I love the way... Continue Reading →

You learn…

You Learn After a while you learn the subtle difference Between holding a hand and chaining a soul, And you learn that love doesn't mean leaning And company doesn't mean security. And you begin to learn that kisses aren't contracts And presents aren't promises, And you begin to accept your defeats With your head up... Continue Reading →

A WordPress.com Website.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: