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It's not often that you get to read a book so powerful that keeps you up, and moves in your mind even after you are done reading it. Prey By The Ganges, by Hemant Kumar, is one such novel, with its far-reaching imagery and an utterly spine-chilling thrill. I couldn't resist the opportunity to interview the author to know more about the ideation and the writing process. Here's all that the author shared with us.     To begin with, we suddenly saw Hemant ...
Post by: Sonia Safri
          Nupur Roopa is an Indian writer and blogger. Her story Gold Medal was published in Ripples: Short Stories by Indian Women Writers published by APK Publishers. Nupur Roopa’s recent writings have also been featured on Asian Lite (Manchester, UK), the flight magazine of Paramount Airways, New Woman, Toot and Child and Chillibreeze among others. In her interview with BookChums, she discussed her favorite works in literature, lo...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
  Conflict, an inherent component of all life, is no wonder to be found generously in literature since time immemorial. No book you read, no theater, no film is complete without it. In fact, according to Aristotle, for any story to hold interest the hero must have a single conflict. It is unclear if he means only one conflict, or at least one conflict. What is clear is that he values the role of conflict in a good story. Many critics are of the opinion that the e...
Post by: Manasi Kulkarni
For all the feminist talk and liberal ideas, it continues to be that we all crave for the fathers and father-figures in our lives. As kids, with our unprejudiced minds and in our ideology free worlds, we look up to our fathers with a different respect, an adoration that we do not grant our mothers. The role of father -figures in a child's healthy mental development has long been recognized by science. The father-figures are found to lead to emotionally rounded and h...
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