Children of a Better God

  About The Book When Anupurba comes back to India from the United States, reluctantly leaving behind a satisfying job as an art teacher, she does so with a sense of apprehension at this displacement from her comfortable, suburban American life. She never imagines that returning to India would turn out to be a profoundly … Read more

Attitude of Gratitude: To My Family

One Tuesday, not too long ago, my dear SSJ and I decided to do the gratitude challenge this year. Picking up from where I left it two weeks ago, here I sit about writing about my Family. This is a country where a lot of people do not want a girl child, for many reasons … Read more

Cover Reveal : Sangita’s Dilemma

  Cover Reveal:   SANGITA’S DILEMMA by Sundari Venkatraman   Sneak Peek Sangita Sinclair was not always this successful & passionate lady heading the NGO “Penn Urimai” for downtrodden, abused and homeless women….   When Sangita catches the eye of Gautam Sinclair she is a simple, homely girl; utterly unaware of her charms & capabilities. … Read more

February 11th

Last of the birds finding their way home, the crickets chirping as the twilight turned to dusk. My Martha sat on the easy chair, the book she was reading lying open in her lap, the sunlight kissing her feet while her spectacles rested on her nose.  Like every other February 11th, she waited for her … Read more

Cultivating an Attitude Of Gratitude

The journey of our lives isn’t always on smooth roads. Potholes, humps, u-turns; come what may, we need to take it in our stride and keep moving. Success shouldn’t be allowed to go into our head nor should failures depress us. I have always found that being grounded and being thankful for what we have … Read more

The White Dress

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 51; the fifty-first edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with Red Ink Publishers and “Curse Of The Red Soil” by Durgesh Shastri. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following … Read more

Wrong, For The Right Reasons

  Wrong  For The Right Reasons by  Ritu Lalit The Blurb Shyamoli Verma’s timing is wrong. In her late twenties, she finds that her marriage is irrevocably broken. She comes back to her parents with her pre-teen son and an infant daughter, only to find that she is unwelcome.  Independent and brash, she decides to … Read more

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