I write because it is how I best convey who I am. I find I express myself better through writing than any other medium available to me.
” I write because I think I have the capacity to live several enriching lives through my characters, to see their stories come to fruition,” says author Andaleeb Wajid.
“Writing as a form of thinking allows me a deeper quest to my own meaning, my personal experience with the concept I am delving into,” writes author Sailaja Manacha.
“I never even thought of writing as something one could pursue as a profession or commit one’s working life to. By which I mean, of course I knew other people did so, but it just didn’t occur to me that it was something that I could do,” writes author Tina Biswas.
I wrote every single day until I finished it without thinking even once WHY I AM WRITING! Because I loved writing. I loved bleeding. I loved being in an alternative world where in reality I never could be.
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I write to make you laugh, or squirm, to hit too close to a nerve. And to talk about it (preferably in a 5-star review on Amazon.in). My competition is that mosquito – to get under your skin.
Why did I write Flutter in the Colony? The short answer is that I had to. There was a time in my 30s when I felt an irrepressible urge to understand my past.
“Writing allows me to put down my thoughts and share my observations, travel resources and experiences,” writes author Priya Fonseca.
“I am often asked if I like what I do, some ask me how do I write and others why do I write…? I have no answers,” writes author and film critic Bhawana Somaaya.
Everywhere you look there’s a story playing out, ready to be told. How can you get bored in the midst of so much drama?