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Half-hearted Novel

I have seen a very good story written badly. That’s what scares me the most of writing down my own novel. I want to give my story justice. I don’t care if it will be popular or not, but I want my debut book to be something  meaningful.

In the Indian market, the ruling writers like Chetan Bhagat and Durjoy Dutta might well be very good with commercial writings. Though, their quality of novels are degrading day by day. I know this is a criticism, not constructive but a general view.

I was shocked when Chetan Bhagat’s novel was about to enter in Delhi University’s syllabus! The absence of a good content is prevalent. While these writers are writing screenplays for the bollywood in the name of writing novel, the best writers are hidden behind the veil of commercialization.

I don’t even think of writing if it isn’t good but these writers give me motivation to pen down something. :’)

In Alexander Pope’s Dunciad , there is a mention of “hack writers”. These writers are those who write low quality books, basically someone who pretends to be a writer.

It would be better if more of the commercialization goes for writing skills not because of social connection or money.

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Published by pseudowriter

I love to write, especially about those thoughts which dominate my life most. I like reading something which is innovative on terms of human consciousness, social betterment and life in general.

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