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Readomania, #TalkFest and a talkative blogger!

How wonderful would it be, if we could celebrate talking? The gift of speech, which is granted to us by the universe, is something we should be proud of and cultivate more.

With the simple act of talking we can do so many things, inspire others, impart knowledge, communicate joys and sorrows, badger and bore unsuspecting humans or in my case my dear poor husband.

But yes! Talking is amazing!

So let me talk… er… I mean blog about Readomania and #TalkFest a bit.

So what is Readomania?

The brilliant concept of Readomania is the brain-child of Dipanakar Mukherjee, who is the Founder and Director of this unique literary house which has both online and offline presence.

It is an online literary social networking site which provides a platform for writers to publish their work online, to network with likeminded writers and showcase their work.

Readomania’s online avatar has a membership of 10000+ literary enthusiasts and boasts of a collection of 2000 e-publications that are freely available to readers.

It is also a traditional publishing house.

The publication division is five books old with ten more in the pipe line in this financial year. The focus is on innovative ideas like a composite novel, a fiction-nonfiction combination apart from novels and anthologies on unique themes.

Readomania also organises literary events and has a range of literary themed products.

What is #TalkFest?

Readomania announces a new platform for talks, lectures, debates and discussions around the theme of literature and art, and that my friends, what #TalkFest is all about.

The #TalkFest aims to encourage interest in art, literature and books. Readomania hopes it will also promote reading and the art of writing.

The sessions of the #TalkFest intends to enhance the outlook of literature and will provide any one of the four perspectives:

  • A philosophical perspective on literature and art
  • A historical journey of literature and art
  • A modern approach to literature and art
  • A perspective on the art of creativity and innovation


Who gets to speak?

Ideally if all of us had a chance it would be great, but then the purpose would be lost amidst the chaos.

Readomania will arrange for a range of eminent speakers who are Published authors of significant repute based out of Delhi or visiting Delhi, Young/New authors who have made a mark with their debut novels and of course Senior professionals from the publishing industry.

The sessions can comprise of an interview or a conversation between two speakers or an individual speaker taking the stage and simply talking!

When’s the first session? What’s the session about? Who’s conducting it? 

Here’s When,What, Who!


Final words on #TalkFest…

It is a brilliant initiative. A must attend – to die for – never seen anything like this before- affair.



For more details refer to:  

Website: www.readomania.com

or email: dipankar.mukherjee@readomania.com

Disclaimer: This blog post was created with the information provided by Readomania. The opinions however are mine.

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