An Excerpt from Conspiracy of Aunts

I'm an unabashed romantic at heart. Give me a sweet romance to watch or read and my day is made. I love romance so much that I wanted to make my debut as an author with a rom-com, but my publisher and life had bigger surprises in store for me. So when Readomania launched its … Continue reading An Excerpt from Conspiracy of Aunts

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Writing Political Thrillers: Author Interview with Anurag Anand

As part of the Readomania Crime Writing Festival, Readomania brings to you readers and writers the opportunity to understand the workings of crime and thriller plots and how to craft better stories.  Today, Anurag Anand talks about Political Thrillers in current times. Q. You’ve written several books in different genres. When did you first know you wanted … Continue reading Writing Political Thrillers: Author Interview with Anurag Anand

The Killer That Lurks Within: Guest Post by Sourabh Mukherjee

As part of the Readomania Crime Writing Festival, Readomania brings to you readers and writers the opportunity to understand the workings of crime and thriller plots and how to craft better stories. Today, Sourabh Mukherjee, author of The Colours of Passion takes over to give us an insight into the darkness that exists within each … Continue reading The Killer That Lurks Within: Guest Post by Sourabh Mukherjee

Memories of the License Raj: Guest Post by Mira Saraf

Thanks to my association with NaNoWriMo, I've made some amazing writer friends. The bond with most has only strengthened over the years. Not only have they taught me to how to write better, but also how to be a better person. Among the many friends, Mira Saraf has been an amazing influence on me. Her … Continue reading Memories of the License Raj: Guest Post by Mira Saraf

Writer’s Block – How to Deal With It!

At a Women Writers' Fest sometime earlier this year, I met this wonderful author and award-winning writer - Kiran Manral - who I admire greatly but had only interacted with on Facebook. Kiran published her first book, The Reluctant Detective, in 2011. Since then, she has published eight books across genres till date, out which I have (unfortunately!) … Continue reading Writer’s Block – How to Deal With It!

The Story Behind Cantilevered Tales

For a die-hard Bollywood buff who has watched him entertain in many films, he needs no introduction. He is not just a popular face and name but also a seasoned artist, writer, director, and a renowned film, television and stage actor, Jayant Kripalani. Now he is all set to entertain us with an upcoming novel - Cantilevered … Continue reading The Story Behind Cantilevered Tales

Satire – A Nuclear Weapon Unleashed!

I have been yakking about this ever since the first announcement was made. And yet, when it is finally happening, I do not know how to share the news with you. The spaceship had flown over my head and rendered me dumbstruck. Add to that being 'trumped' in the USA and rendered 'cashless' in India - reasons … Continue reading Satire – A Nuclear Weapon Unleashed!

Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find me a Match!

For my new feature Spotlight, I've invited my favourite humor writer and friend Anand over to write the first one for Wandering Soul. Anand is an amazing humorist/caricaturist who blogs at Anand's Parodies & Caricatures. To those who don't know him already, you sure are missing something. Head there now and also do subscribe to … Continue reading Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find me a Match!