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Author-as-Brand: More Cons than Pros for Newbie Authors (part 1)

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Happy New Beginnings!

“The secret to a rich life is to have more beginnings than endings.” — Dave Weinbaum. At the start of 2013, I knew it was going to be an exciting year for me. I had taken a step into the … Continue reading

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Crafting Compelling Characters – 5 Tips from 5 Authors

Writing compelling characters lies at the heart of any storytelling venture. No matter what the genre it can be quite a challenge to craft engaging characters whom readers can fall in love with, or at the other extreme, love to … Continue reading

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Sonali Dev – Her heart beats for words and Bollywood!

Sonali Dev is a writer who combines her love for words and Bollywood to conjure up stories that make a crazy tangle with her life as wannabe supermom and domestic goddess, and disgruntled corporate minion. Sonali lives in the Chicago … Continue reading

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K.A. Abbas — An Unputdownable Voice

Title: An Evening in Lucknow – Selected Stories Author: K.A.Abbas; Edited by: Suresh Kohli Publisher: Harper Collins ISBN: 978-93-5029-102-3 Pages: 226 + special features including an interview with KA Abbas Genre: Modern Classics Price: Rs 299 Rating: 5 out of … Continue reading

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