It is rightly said ‘Pen is mightier than sword’. Pen had brought revolutions in the history also. Creative writing is expression of feelings and thoughts through pen. Everybody has got power of words. Here are 15 creative writing blogs which can be consulted to give your feelings a vent through pen:
1. Paint the world with words
Amreen Shaikh has divided her writings into various sections. Her poems show her love for words and the power in them, thus making her presence felt. In diary, she writes about poems which inspire and intrigue. She loves participating in different contests and enjoys the beauty and grace of Professional Blogging through sponsored posts and reviews on different topics. If you want to enjoy her writing and various special columns her blog offers, please read this post.
2. Writing on writing: Amlokidblogs
D Biswas starts with the useful technology for writers. She wants to read shot stories collection on any topic. Then she shares one secret. Mostly, all the writers have their first draft as trash. After revising and re writing does the final shape of the writing come. In Malaysia she makes a colourful rainbow with multi coloured umbrellas. If you want to share tips for writers with her, do come to this post.
3. Gargi’s World
Gargi Mehra is a writer at night and software IT professional at day. She has written story for the pleasure of the reader. She has changed the theme of her blog before going for summer vacation to Singapore. Her guest post is featured on India’s largest book review site. You will get real pleasure in reading her stories. If you like her stories and would like to read them then come to this blog.
Sonia Rao offers one chapter a week of her novel to readers, through subscription. She expresses her views on violence against women, gender inequality and even blood donation. She also describes Safecity’s first safety sprawl of Mumbai. With her experience as ML of NaNoWriMo for India, she’s created an exhaustive section on novel-writing tips. A guest post on Addiction is also a great read. If you are interested in the activities please see this blog.
5. A few drops of ink
Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar has reviewed a book ‘The Centurion’s wife’ in detail. She has praised Christian fiction based on the bible. She thinks that every minor character also grows here. According to her, authors have researched a lot about history. The authors have shown simple yet tenacious faith of early Christians. If you are interested in reading the review, please drop in to have a look at the post.
6. Labyrinths of Life
Jeena R papaadi writes short stories, poems and novels. She has written the review of ‘Jurassic world’ and ‘wander7 lust’. She has not liked both the movies. She has showed the concern and raised injustices, tortures faced by mothers in the hands of their family only. She advices to help depressed people. She pens down a verse about helping needy people. If you also feel the same this post is meant for you.
7. Dancing to the Rain
Sanah Rizvi starts with debating on the existence of unconditional love. She is thankful to all for the launch of her new website. She is feeling lonely and home sick and tells ways to treat depressed people. She has shared two verses and wished her mother ‘a happy mother’s day’. She talks about fashion too. If you are also interested in her way of thinking, please read this post.
Ekta khaitan has reviewed restaurant in Mumbai and has written a poem of romantic taste. She sarcastically comments on bollywood stars doing ad campaigns without even checking them. She reviews a hindi movie’dil dhadakane do’ which has a big star cast and writes a verse for a man basking in the sun on bird bath and a poem on schism. If you want to read on to her reviews please see this post.
9. Words & Lines
Kaushik has started from his changed level of understanding of Mahabharata, honey is best for a tasty and healthy diet, review of ‘Kaal Trilogy’ book series by Sangeeta Bahadur and ‘Scion of Ikshvaku’a shiva trilogy series by Amish Tripathi and a beautiful piece of doodling. He argues court decision of USA about legitimating of ‘LGBT’. If you like his view, you are most welcome to have a look at this post.
10. Tall Tales
Purva Mestry is a social media enthusiast, part-time writer and blogger. She has an MSc in Marketing from the University of Exeter, UK. She regularly writes stories and poems in English as well as French on her personal blog; She has written an article for the Career Blog at the University of Exeter and is currently in the middle of writing another article for them. Her hobbies include learning new languages, travel, reading, crafts & embroidery and cooking. She loves working with children and has previously worked at an orphanage to help young girls with their English and public speaking skills.
11. Pencil Cafe
Zach Lebowsky supports his articles with different and beautiful art works and images. He pens down a poem on voyage, identification of self, he writes about the feelings of an old man who has died beside a river, a very short poem on hold me, flutter away a poem about depression, rain diaries, adrift, moon rays, and is this, arrival of, letters. If you want to see his works then come to this post.
12. Free Spirit
Ankita Mahajan finds beauty in imperfection. She thinks that to have love in your life you have to leave behind your pride. To catch time you have to act like a butterfly and the happiness you can get only by being with your circle because they know and adjust with your little shortcomings. She has decorated her posts with colourful images. If you are interested in her ideas please read this post.
13. Plain Jane
Vani has posted music and a beautiful wall paper in her posts too making it all the more interesting. She has written on grandparents, cold, dandelion, an effort to describe a figure in a painting. She shares her fancy and excitement of wearing red dress in a reception party. She has described this day in detail with images. If you want to be a part of her writings then please read this post.
Varina Rasquinha has jotted down the advantages of Dabur honey for eating and Dabur massage oil for baby’s healthy growth, UC browser, about the temptations we fall into and forget the practicality and the process of writing, the battles of within, importance of teaching children the art of saving money from a very young age, natural ways to take care of the skin. If you like her thoughts then please come to this post.
15. Fluid Reflections
Sanskriti just writes down anything she sees or shoots. She has reviewed books of literature ‘A silly millimetre’ by ‘Steve Bellinger’, ’The Hostile Hospital by Lemony snicket’ and ‘why read more than one book at a time’. She has discussed the role of internet in giving the girl who was a victim of a scandal a purpose to talk. If you want to have a look at her reviews then please pop onto this post.