Okay I know that my first post is long due and it is the reason I’m writing this post in such hurry at this time of the night.
I’m extremely sorry to all my current n future readers that I delayed so much in this post. But due to some personal problems at home, which you would also come to understand as I gradually proceed with the post, made it impossible for me to even think creatively, let alone write.
Don’t get me wrong. It is this very situation that I want to help you guys and myself fight with and win from.
So I assure you, it’s still not a promise – even though the post is half ready n residing as a draft in my posts page – but I need to be practical, so instead of promising, I assure you, the post shall be published tomorrow Insha Allah. And since it’s one of the most crucial topics of a writer’s life, I shall be very detailed and slow in making my point so better ready your patience. :-)
Till then, adios!! ;-)
LET’S GET STARTED!
Okay, I know I promised the post to have been published yesterday, but I am an employed person, and even though my boss is great and I do an ample amount of hobby writing in my office too, something came up urgently and I was unable to work on the post.
Ah the weekend at last! Or should I say, the weekend comes in the last =( My weekends are so short, they’re over before I can wake up proper. But since I started the blog, I have a promise to fulfil and I shall do my best to do so.
Let’s start with the first and worst thing that every writer just has to go through, no matter what genre he writes in or which country he lives in – the WRITERS’ BLOCK!!
Oh yeah, the name says it all, and much more, I know.
Me the budding novelist wants to talk to all the other budding novelists out there and give you the help n tips that I did not have. Not when I needed them at least :-). You can ask me questions about all things writing. Not that you won’t find advices all over the internet. But I want to add to that help.
I also found lots of these so called advisory sites and felt lost even after reading through them. Here I wish to share my experience as a writer who did not have support and yet managed to be stubborn enough to get two books published. And though I just have the proof copies of each and have as yet sold only 3 copies, I want to encourage all of you young novelists who are tired and ready to give up. I want to give you faith and hope. Life has just started, you have only just realized that you have a talent and you have just started to write your first novel.