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The Last Yes

She remembered a similar morning a long time ago. Or had it really been just a few years ago when she had stood at the exact same venue? Everything seemed to be the same today too. A morning filled with hope, cheer, excitement – moisture laden clouds dotting the sky, a cool breeze spreading a … Continue reading The Last Yes

Kitchen Politics

Rhia stared at the lump of blackened mass in front of her. This was supposed to be dinner, she thought. With a sigh, she called up her husband, expecting the usual taunts again. Again, she’d have to admit to being a failure in the kitchen. Again, her mother-in-law would offer to teach her some dishes, … Continue reading Kitchen Politics

Some Insightful Some Hilarious Conversations – A Chat with Jayant Kripalani

I first met Jayant Kripalani at the launch of his novel Cantilevered Tales. He had us all floored with his witty one-liners and quips. I had worked on the marketing for the book before its launch but hadn’t interacted with him directly. When I finally met and, like the rest of the audience, got him to … Continue reading Some Insightful Some Hilarious Conversations – A Chat with Jayant Kripalani

Book Review: A Thousand Unspoken Words by Paulami DuttaGupta

Just before I first picked up A Thousand Unspoken Words, I had finished reading some very difficult but hard-hitting books like Status Single and Mornings in Jenin. In fact, the only reason I picked up this one was that I was looking for a feel-good romance that would make me all dreamy-eyed and therefore reduce … Continue reading Book Review: A Thousand Unspoken Words by Paulami DuttaGupta

April Double Attack – A2Z and Camp NaNoWriMo

Ten days to go for April 1. Ten days to go for Blogging A2Z Challenge to begin. Also, ten days to go for Camp NaNoWriMo, since I foolishly decided to participate in both. I'm already feeling the heat. The other participants have already begun to put up posts with the theme reveal, and here I … Continue reading April Double Attack – A2Z and Camp NaNoWriMo

The Day After Women’s Day – Featured Article on WomensWeb

I recently received a WhatsApp forward similar to the image below. The person in question being an ex-boss who I highly respect and consider to be a feminist for the way he has treated me during the time we were working together. 'Write about this,' he urged. At first, I was taken aback at reading … Continue reading The Day After Women’s Day – Featured Article on WomensWeb