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  • December Micro Tale Contest – CLOSED

    This genre of writing is relatively a new concept! Micro tale writing is exactly what the name suggests. It means writing less and conveying more. It’s a beautiful art of having a perpetual and deep influence or impact on the reader by simple few lines.
    We are guessing it was invented for the modern reader who doesn’t seem to take the time (or have the time or interest) to even read captions on social feeds at times.

  • How NOT to FUCK UP your Personal Brand!

    Personal branding is the constant state of learning how to influence the public perception of yourself as a credible brand in your field of expertise.

  • Ashay Choudhary

    “I started writing when I was blessed with a daughter. I write for my own pleasure. My writings mostly are around life and erotica” Why should we read you? Read me if you you can relate to my words in… Read More ›

  • Sneha Acharekar – The Agathist

    Acharekar is a passionate logophile, an avid reader, a complete movie buff and a singer in places that reverberate. In that order. She has been writing since her school days – stories and poems for her school magazine. An active… Read More ›

  • Aashvi Shah – Moody. Witty. Sometimes self-deprecating

    My favorite author(s) and book(s)?  Amish Tripathi, Erich Segal, Chetan Bhagat, Agatha Christie. My journey as a writer:  I started writing blog posts about personal topics and then went onto attempt poetry, microtales, musings, short stories and open letters. I… Read More ›

  • Shilpa – Funny, foodie, friendly, bubbly, optimistic!

    As a child, I loved writing short stories. Later, as studies took priority, writing took a backseat. Few years ago, I found my passion again and started writing on various online sites. I loved Chetan Bhagat’s Five point someone. Khalid… Read More ›