Over the last year many new writers have contributed to the IWW Journal and experienced the thrill of seeing their work published. But some stories had to be rejected for sloppy writing, poor content and bad grammar. Every writer has to be prepared for rejections. But the more you write and submit, the greater the chances of success. Make writing a habit and pay close attention to editing. Editing makes your work better. Let your creative dream come true. As Mark Twain said, “Never give up your dreams, for when they are gone you will still exist but you would have ceased to live.”
We are also delighted to inform you that one of our regular writers Eva Bell, who is a doctor by profession, has won Rev.Lobban Indegenous Book Award for 2011-2012 for her latest book Womanism, the Adventure of being a Woman.
Another important thing in this issue is that we are starting a new serial novel by our writer Bala.
Also don't forget to enroll our Short Story and Poem contests.
IWW wishes all its readers and writers a Happy Diwali.
Contents of this Issue
The Temple of Yore Belur - By Nuggehalli Pankaja
Tartan Tale - By AnitaBelagodu
Key2success - By Preetham Kopparam
The Dissatisfied Customer- By Nandita Anandraj
Whale Watching - By Vimala Ramu
Buy One Get One Free - By Kumuda Purushotham
As you Say
Spirits - By Drupadi Srivatsava
Mission Matters - By Pushpa Raghuram
Murder Most Foul - Chapter 1 - By Bala