How she became brave! (Short Story)

Greetings... *This short story got featured in The Oak Summit: The Soothsayer's Ink Edition-I (Heart it out)* Sharing it with this community of wonderful writers and readers. June 1980 Those eyes played with her innocence. She constantly remembered her grandmother with a tear.  Listening to her stories about her childhood caused me to identify with her greatly.  …

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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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