I wrote over 50000 words last week. That is including everything I wrote everywhere; blog posts, separate writing, random musings and so on. Yet, I don't have a definite answer when it comes to the age-old internal conflict, "am I a writer?" … [Read more...] about Am I A Writer, Who Is A Writer And What Is It To Be One?
I've written constantly for thirty days now. This is post number thirty-one. My Grammarly Insight stats are soaring. I feel better about my writing. In fact, I have never felt clearer when it comes to my thought process. I am finally getting to learn how I think and who I am. … [Read more...] about I Blogged For Thirty-One Days Straight: Here’s The Why, How And What
I've been pretty clear for my religious stand throughout the years. This is something I've had utter clarity on since forever. Even though I've remained malleable and flexible in everything else in my life and personality. … [Read more...] about I’m Not Religious, Atheist Or Agnostic, I’m On A Journey To Find That Out
Inspired by a real-life incident, I wrote a short story called The Cab Ride on Christmas Eve. Twice. I sent the second attempt to a couple of magazines. I heard back from Muse India but ultimately, they couldn't find a place for it. I like to believe I can obviously improve and the best way to do that, I figured, was to post it on the blog and invite critique from anyone. Be humble, please. I'm still green. … [Read more...] about Short Story: The Cab Ride on Christmas Eve
This is a random short story heavily inspired by a day I had a while ago. A few people I know read it and thought it was good so I edited it a little and sent it to a few magazines because I was feeling adventurous. I didn't hear from them and so I decided, "What the hell? I'll just post it on my blog" as it will be out in the world, at least. … [Read more...] about Short Story: The First Date
Spoiler warning: This post uses some references from TV shows and movies and might have mild spoilers. Beware. You've been warned.Time travel and paradoxes are the in-thing in today's storytelling. From fantasy shows like Game of Thrones to superhero media like The Flash and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to anime like Erased (Boku dake ga Inai Machi) to movies such as Predestination and Project Almanac, time travel has become the most used (if not overused) storytelling device. This post … [Read more...] about Time Travel And Determinism: Could The Ink Really Be Dry?