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Welcome to Writers’ Treasure

Hello there, and welcome to Writers’ Treasure. Writers’ Treasure is a blog for creative writing tips and techniques. Tomorrow the series Creative Writing 101 will be started. It is:

  • A beginner’s guide to creative writing
  • This blog’s flagship or cornerstone content
  • A series on how to get better writing fiction, poetry, non-fiction, etc.

Hope you’ll be along for the ride. In the meantime, head here to know more about me, Idrees Patel, a 13 year old blogger.

Update 2013: It sure has been a great ride! I’ve had a lot of fun writing articles, series and more. Make sure you visit Creative Writing 101 and Writing Tips: How to Write Better. The Archives are full of gems. And the homepage contains the most recent, fresh articles. Stay tuned for more truly awesome stuff.

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    1. Thanks! But you say “I was initially pretty pleased to discover this web-site”… does that mean you’re not pleased anymore? Don’t be, because I’m writing a new article shortly. Stay tuned!

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Hello, all. Let me first introduce myself. I am Idrees from the city Mumbai in India. My interests are—if you have not seen them already—are mostly reading and writing. I have read more than a hundred of books and this is my second oldest hobby, as I was reading short Indian tales when I was 5. As I say in my profile, I’m a great lover of reading! Without a book, I’m hopelessly lost. I’m bored! Play? What a boring thing to do. Watch television? No good programmes are showed these days. Sit on the computer? I’ll hamper my eyesight. Then what on earth to do?! Read, what else? The greatest hobby ever.

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