Gayathri Granny (Short Story)

I never knew reading has such a power. It was before publishing my first book that,  I joined the library which was close to my house. I had a month before joining my research work. So, I decided to join the library and help them by managing books and records. Maybe, it was destined because it is through the library - I got introduced to my publisher. As an avid reader, the idea to surround yourself with books itself is fascinating, a dream come true, for a reader. I was indeed lucky! I was with them for around 10-15 days but got many precious experiences and got to meet new people (rather readers). I also remember, writing a newspaper article for the library to boost more readers and invited more people to join libraries around.  One such story from my memory is about Gayathri Granny. …

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A conversation with my shadow…

“Read Carefully” A bright day..... Sunshine’s and brought a smile. Shadow comes in... Slowly Falling adjacent to me! And said, “You have become independent”. Oh! Look who says... I have to! Why? Ha hah hah... You leave me alone when I am in dark and what I am I suppose to do? Becoming me! Shhh... …

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From Jenny R. (Hatred to Fondness) (Tiny Short Story)

Hello Readers, I am trying my hands on to type a tiny short story. I am exploring this genre for the first time and welcome your thoughts on this piece. Story Begins............ 30 September 2019 She disappeared into a blurred image for her last chemo session. That sight which no one wants to see for …

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Dispatch Depression

From my article published in Vashi Times Newspaper Hello, “Depression is the inability to construct a future”- Rollo May We all look after our physical health meticulously. But how many percents of people treat mental health equally? Clinical depression is becoming common among Indians. According to Apollo Hospital statistics, there are more than 10 million …

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