An onlooker had peeked into my piece of writing and impulsively dodged the bullet of his critic, “On what earth this comes in the category of story?” “It doesn’t. It’s not a story.” I looked up. “Oh…. Then why the tag ‘story’?” He pointed his finger on my computer screen. “I mean technically it’s a… Read More Hilarity Is Embracing The Dumbness In You
Note for Me: Probably, I should have made a video on this topic. I have been watching, reading and following lots of modern content. There is a drastic increase in mediums through which many storytellers can tell, show and narrate their stories. While many good and new storytellers are getting benefits from it, there are… Read More The Tragedy of Three Act Story Structure
When we nip the slurred chapter of a story, our tendency to reach the resolution is inevitable. It quacks the hurriedness inside of us, slowly counts our unbearable gasps, and senses the desperation to have the feeling of awe. But why are we so impatient? A beautiful image in our mind requires time to capture… Read More The Blurriness In The Story
Unrecognized by this world, one doesn’t simply falsify the prowess and curb the enormous endowment. I often lack the sense of guilt; because every time, I somehow discover the morally correct reason for my momentous act. But my thoughts impel me to shoo away any fear that could drastically torment my interaction with the society.… Read More The Sketch of a Boy Visiting Town on Crumpled Paper
This is an experimental short story based on the random sentences I picked and noted down from an audiobook (The Wall of Darkness – Sir Arthur C. Clarke). At the end, you can read the original sentences that were taken from the audiobook It’s fun to brainstorm and find a story. All my fellow writers, please do… Read More Dare To Dream Alone: An Experimental Short Story
Truth OR Dare “What do you choose – Truth or Dare?” “Truth.” “Then ask yourself – Do you think you really exist in this world?” “What do you choose – Truth or Dare?” “Dare.” “Show the world that you EXIST.”
“Smoke Free Area, Thank You For Not Smoking” And there is guy reading this on signboard while lighting his cigarette. Too much gratitude can kill your good deed and make it a joke! Smoking Kills? Nobody cares. Mockery Wins!