Gayatri and Viraj both are products of childhood trauma. Yet they were able to survive, one because of her shrewdness and the other because of his genius. Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right, the final part in the best selling ‘Right and Wrong’ love trilogy is the story of these two damaged souls. Gayatri Dutta, the poster child for rich spoiled diva is fighting to escape a life of servitude her tyrant father is hell bent on pushing her into. Her past string of failures have her backed against a wall. Lonely and desperate!
Who doesn’t like a dashing, handsome hero and a beautiful, talented heroine romancing in the picturesque San Francisco Bay Area? It’s the perfect setting for the blossoming of love, and so it does between the hero and heroine and their passionate encounters spice up this romance novel. It's a love story which leaves you craving for a 'happily-ever-after' right from the beginning.
This San Francisco based romance novelist enjoys giving her readers an escape to the world of love and romance. Her first novel was published in October 2015, and since then she has not stopped writing. With two published books, as part of 'The Pure Destiny Series' and another published independent story, she already has a planned pipeline of romance novels.
A few months back in Kolkata, I was gifted by author extraordinaire Dr.Santosh Bakaya, a phenomenal book of verses. It's a first of its kind on the political life of Bapu, Mahatma Gandhi, and a tour de force in exceptionally woven poetry where she gives her signature touches of exuberant language and brings to life the travails, challenges, glories and the exceptional life journey of the political leader of our nation, the oft misunderstood and oft revered Gandhiji.
A land in the grip of communal riots. Where tension was prevailing from a very long time and when the whole of India is a silent bystander. Shamsuddin represents the minorities of this community. A man who comes to the city to earn his livelihood and in the process loses his family and his roots. He has only two options – to give up or to live on. He decides to side with life and becomes the backbone of this novel.
I never in a million years thought I would be a writer. I still remember the moment I decided to write a story. It was a beautiful July morning and I was on my way to work driving on a scenic California highway. I have a good hour drive to work and I spent the time that day thinking about what it would take for someone to find a long lost friend especially in this day and age of social media. I thought about all the friends I was able to get in touch with on Facebook and the ones I could not, no matter how much I searched. That’s when I thought of the story of Nick and Sameera who were friends in high school and lost touch.
Is a man traveling in a bus with the loss of memory. Not knowing where he came from and where he was going. A piece of newspaper paves his way on the memory lane, showing him the way to a hotel where he has to start working. Clues are scattered here and there which starts making him question his own characteristic. Is he good or is he bad?
Sameera lives a simple and fun life that she has structured with utmost care ensuring that she was focused on work and also keeps in touch with the classical dancer in her. Sameera has endured tough times in her life at a young age and wonders if she could ever hang on to anything that makes her life perfect. Nick is a successful businessman who went to high school with Sameera, back when they lived in India. He re-enters her life taking her by surprise and in no time expresses his love for her.
The badass Shikha is startled when the nerdy Abhimanyu proposes marriage. She loves... herself, and Abhimanyu doesn't figure on her list anywhere. For Abhimanyu, however, it was love at first sight when Shikha walked into RS Software, where the two of them work.
When Abhimanyu shows her that he just might be rich enough for her, a pleasantly surprised Shikha accepts his marriage proposal and moves into his swanky apartment.
On our 70th Independence Day, how relevant is the significance of this day to a common man? Are the citizens of this country independent in the true sense of the term? Do you think Krishna in the kali Yuga is needed to show us the right path? What does your research regarding him tell you about his actions in today's world?