When it comes to books, whether you're a reader, writer, hoarder, decorator or any other type of bibliophile, the relationship with them is sacred. This collection of comics by Grant Snider explores the bookishness surrounding the irresistible thrill of reading and writing.
This short story, written for Women's Web's Muse of the Month January 2019 prompt is about a young women who discovers her true 'financial independence' despite having been financially independent for a decade.
The latest issue of Unbound Emagazine, now available on Amazon, includes my short story titled 'All About Love', written on the theme of body positivity.
A fiction and self-help rolled into one, Koi Good News is exactly what you need to know about surviving an Indian marriage AND a pregnancy. Outrageously funny, this is the most hilarious book you'll read this year.
Mild-mannered Vijay is the perfect Indian husband - responsible and predictable. Well, at least he was, until he decided to turn Farmer! Vijay's unsuspecting wife Yashodhara is caught off guard when, tired of the rigours of city life, he actually rents land and starts dairy farming! Will these earnest but insulated city-dwellers be able to battle the various difficulties that come with living a farmer's life?
I had the opportunity to interview Jayant Kripalani on the occasion of the launch of his latest book - this one on poetry - and he blew me away with his charm and wit.
It was a refreshing conversation, to say the least, and he even taught me a thing or two about life.
Note: Don't miss the EXCLUSIVE new poem he narrates during the interview which is not available in the book!
A short story I wrote has been published on the Juggernaut Writing Platform.
It is about a young widow who is unsure how to answer her six year old son's questions on bringing home a sibling and completing a family that has forever been left incomplete.
Announcing the release of my second book - an anthology, in which I am a contributing author with two short stories.
My third year of reading over one hundred books between January and December 2017 and the titles that made it to my list of favourites.
If you have decided to embark on a writing journey, either professionally or as a hobby, you will soon realise it is a feat akin to kissing the demon. Fortunately though, Amrita Kumar, with the repertoire of her experiences spanning four decades, lays out a simple and effective method to traverse this seemingly arduous path.
Looking back at September as I wrap-up a successful season of #MyFriendAlexa.
A hilarious tale of a middle-class Delhi family struggling to fit into the mould that comes with their new-found wealth.
#BookReview A stellar collection of short stories handpicked from a nationwide writing competition. This has suspense, humour and romance with profound writing by budding authors.
I recently came out of a nine-year old relationship and I am hoping to deal with it the only way I know - by writing about it.
I was recently introduced to Visual Poetry and decided to try my hand at it. Click to read more.