New Fiction Short Stories Wanted !
New Fiction Writers Needed
* No prior Experience with Fiction and academic editing / writing
* Only Understands various approaches to writing
* A firm grasp of English grammar and syntax rules
* Good vocabulary
* Excellent communication skills, oral and written
* A passion for the English language
* Understanding the process and dynamics of fiction-writing / editing
(plot, characterization, pace)
* Familiarity with the classics in English literature
* The ability to identify the author's voice and differentiate that
from plagiarized content
* Basic computer skills(MS Word, MS Excel, Internet browser)
* Someone who is optimistic and has situational awareness
WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING
* Working on manuscripts prior to publishing
* Editing content to fix grammatical and syntactical errors
* Rephrasing text to clarify the intended meaning
* Substantive or developmental editing to improve upon the plot itself
and restructure content wherever necessary
* Adhere to international style standards as well as author
THIS IS FOR YOU IF U THINK :
* You are a good writer
* You are an avid reader.
* You are organized and efficient.
* You have intelligent decision-making skills.
* You can meet challenges head-on.
* You are adaptable.
* You can multitask.
* You are confident and focused.
* You have good communication skills.
* You can spot talent and assess skills according to requirements.
* You can work under pressure.
* You love working in a team.
* You get along well with people. Active on Fb, Twtr and Linkedin
Characters of this story :
Business : Rohan Business Corp
Pilot : Rohan Jain (Age, 28)
Dad : Ajay Jain
Family Name: Jain Family
Occupation: Professors And Advocates
Father: Ajay (Age, 62)
Mother: Reema (Age, 58)
Daughter 1: Ameeta (Age, 25)
Daughter 2: Parul (Age, 22)
Son 3: Ameet
Rohan Jain’s Girlfriend : Arpita Singh (Age, 29) A Banker cum Journalist
Its a Story of Capt Rohan Jain (Age, 28) an Airline Pilot Turned Enterprenurer who tried his hands in so many StartUp businesses and got failed in many. Its A very motivating Love story. At last he wrote a Book on
his Life which got super dupper success, Name and fame
This is an amazing story of capt. Rohan Jain(28) an Airline Pilot turned Entrepreneur / Author. But like everyone has to taste failure before success, he too had numerous encounters with failures.
Based in Philippines as a Pilot Instructor returned to India (Indore) as he was kind of homesick. After moving back Invested in multiple Start Ups but all in vain. Tried giving Flying lessons n lectures in Flying Clubs, classes in IIT n IIMs as well but still something was amiss.
Amongst all this he met his love Arpita ( a Banker turned Journalist), on Arpita's suggestion began writing his biography.
Capt.Rohan finally found his salvage in writing about his life n the challenges he faced in his book which became an instant hit.
Rohan Business Corp
Over 90% of tech startups fail, but Rohan Jain never thought his baby, Rohan Corp, would be one of them.
If there is one thing that doing a startup has taught him, it’s that he was much more resilient than he could have ever imagined. Looking back, when he started Rohan Business Corp fresh out of a Flying School He was very naive and had zero idea what he was doing. In fact, he didn’t even know what a startup was! He just knew He wanted to solve a problem he personally experienced: having a closet full of clothes but still nothing to wear. Since then he has survived being stabbed in the back by cofounders, investment rounds falling through, massive technology fuckups that brought
sales to a halt, visa problems, lack of money, lack of traction, lack of a team, hiring the wrong people, firing people I didn’t want to fire, lack of product-market fit, and everything else in between.
And yet he failed. He won many battles but he lost the first few wars.
He take complete responsibility for this failure. Were other people involved in Rohan Business Corp ? Of course. Was any of this their fault? Absolutely not.
The startup press glorify hardship. They glorify the Airbnbs who sold breakfast cereal to survive, and then turned their idea into a multi-billion dollar business. You rarely hear the raw stories of startups that persevered but ultimately failed?—?
the emotional roller coaster of the founders, and why
their startups didn’t work out.
Total 15 chapters devided into 10 Struggle 5 Romance with Arpita
Chap 001 : Flying Days in Philippines Flying Academy
Chap 002 : Start up 1st Company Rohan Business Corp
Chap 003 : Meeting Arpita in a Press Confrence
Chap 004 : Start up Zo Rooms by Rohan Hotels Corp
Chap 005 : Romantic trip with Arpita to Goa
Chap 006 : Flying Classes in Indian Flying Academy
Chap 007 : Romantic Dinner with Arpita at an Airport in Banglore
Chap 008 : Start up Meru Cabs Company via Rohan Cabs Corp
Chap 009 : Romantic trip with Arpita to Nepal
Chap 010 : Start up Air Taxi in Nepal
Abraham Lincoln Didn't Quit
Probably the greatest example of persistence is Abraham Lincoln. If you want
to learn about somebody who didn't quit, look no further.
Born into poverty, Lincoln was faced with defeat throughout his life. He lost
eight elections, twice failed in business and suffered a nervous breakdown.
He could have quit many times - but he didn't and because he didn't quit, he
became one of the greatest presidents in the history of our country.
Lincoln was a champion and he never gave up. Here is a sketch of Lincoln's
road to the White House:
1816 Abraham Lincoln's family was forced out of their home. He had to work to
1819 Abraham Lincoln's mother died.
1831 Abraham Lincoln Failed in Business.
1832 Ran for state legislature - lost.
l832 Also lost his job - wanted to go to law school but couldn't get in.
1833 Borrowed some money from a friend to begin a business and by the end of
the year he was bankrupt. He spent the next 17 years of his life paying off
1834 Ran for state legislature again - Won.
1835 Abraham Lincoln Was engaged to be married, sweetheart died and his heart
1836 Had a total nervous breakdown and was in bed for six months.
1838 Sought to become speaker of the state legislature - defeated.
1840 Sought to become elector - defeated.
1843 Abraham Lincoln Ran for Congress - lost.
1846 Ran for Congress again - this time he won - went to Washington and did a
1848 Ran for re-election to Congress - lost.
1849 Sought the job of land officer in his home state - rejected.
1854 Ran for Senate of the United States - lost.
1856 Sought the Vice-Presidential nomination at his party's national
convention - get less than 100 votes.
1858 Ran for U.S. Senate again - again he lost.
1860 Elected president of the United States.