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  A lot of people have asked me this question ‘How did Incredible Women of India start? What was your vision when you started it? Which social cause made you begin this e-zine?’ and invariably I come up with the same answer. ‘It started from nothingness, I really didn’t have any vision when I started […]


Dangle by Sutapa Basu leaves you thinking about a lot of things that are right and wrong. The book is very aptly titled ‘Dangle’ as it takes you on a journey of the mind, where our deepest fears lurk yet at the same time our hope arises. The protagonist of the story, gorgeous Ipshita Sen […]

Collection of Chaos by Tikuli: A Review

“The poems in this book were born from the swirling chaos that was my life a few years ago.” Tikuli   I have been an ardent admirer of poets, people who can string words to form miracles in the form of poetry and verses, for as long as I can remember. I have read probably […]

Silent Spider Silk

Writing on and off, and living life in the spaces in between.

Sweta Paul Vs The World

This world terrifies me. And at times, I break out in emotion, sarcasm and lame humour.


The Fantastic and Mundane Chronicles of an Aspiring Writer


Author of the 'Lauren's Story' about a teenage runaway who ends up sleeping rough.

Daily (w)rite

Author Site for Damyanti Biswas


This is the site about life, people, highs, lows and all those blows.


Diary of a VAGABOND

Surbhi Sarna

The Pursuit of Writing

My Petridish

Imagination is the fire of life...

Heartstring Eulogies

Conjured by Sarah Doughty

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

The Critiquing Chemist

Literary Analysis derived from an Analytical Chemist

The Cat's Write

Milly Schmidt

Preethi Prabhu

An Indian Home

Aarti V Raman

Where Writer Gal talks about books, movies, hot men, TV shows, random poetry and why she cannot absolutely go on hikes longer than three kilometers.