Book Review: Ghosts of the Silent Hills by Anita Krishan

Book Review: Ghosts of the Silent Hills by Anita Krishan

Each of stories in ‘Ghosts of the Silent Hills’ is a subtle exercise rooted in everyday reality, and the ghostly presences–such as they are–emerge from the nourishing soil that constitutes author’s finely crafted realism.

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Author Interview: Ameya Bondre | The Author of Afsaane

Author Interview: Ameya Bondre | The Author of Afsaane

Ameya Bondre is a physician and public health researcher, working with a healthcare technology start-up associated with IIT-Bombay. Born and raised in Mumbai, he studied at KEM Hospital, and later at Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

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Author Interview: Jayanthi Sankar | The Author of Dangling Gandhi

Author Interview: Jayanthi Sankar | The Author of Dangling Gandhi

Jayanthi Sankar, the author of Dangling Gandhi, born and brought up in India, has been creatively active since 1995. She’s been published in several magazines and ezines like the indianruminations, museindia,

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Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Stories of Us by Bobby Sachdeva is peopled with the religious, the good and the moral — grappling and trying to come to terms with an inhuman world and crueller selves

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Book Review: Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar

Book Review: Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar

Pretty much every story in this collection, Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar, has as its theme an individual’s relationship with the natural world.

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Book Review: Afsaane by Ameya Bondre

Book Review: Afsaane by Ameya Bondre

Afsaane by Ameya Bondre has all the intricacies of life and its simple pleasures, the bliss of a happy marriage and the pain of unrequited love. This book has everything we call “LIFE”, nothing is missing and nothing forgotten.

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Book Review: Not Really Indian by Subhashini Prasad

Book Review: Not Really Indian by Subhashini Prasad

Not Really Indian is ten separate stories which share one overarching theme. All share the theme of Indians who find it easier to hang on their customs than assimilate, creating people proud of their culture yet longing for their old…

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Author Interview: Charu Vashishtha | The Author of The Lady In The Mirror

Author Interview: Charu Vashishtha | The Author of The Lady In The Mirror

Charu Vashishtha takes a keen interest in Indian mythology and loves reading out stories from ancient lore to the kids at home. Her other interests include reading, writing and public speaking.

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Book Review: The Lady In The Mirror by Charu Vashishtha

Book Review: The Lady In The Mirror by Charu Vashishtha

The Lady In The Mirror is an excellent set of short stories exploring the human condition with all its flaws and neurosis. Author Charu Vashishtha addresses internal conflicts, unspoken words, greed, self-belief, subconscious self, love, jealousy, and freedom through the…

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Book Review: Mystical Tales For A Magical Life by Shubha Vilas

Book Review: Mystical Tales For A Magical Life by Shubha Vilas

“Mystical Tales for a Magical Life” is an extremely well-researched and well-written exploration of how India’s ancient spiritual wisdom seeped into the culture.

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