Life works in strange ways. A couple of years ago, I met Sajita Nair when I discovered that she was working in
Aruna and I were published together in 2005, as part of a collection of short stories called Curtains, stories by
BLF (Bangalore Literature Festival) came and went away too soon. It was like, one minute I was getting excited Friday
There are so many times when you’re reading a book, and you wish you could ask the author something. Right?
In the last week of October, I headed to PSBB LLA school in Bannerghatta Road where I was a mentor
There’s a huge difference between your first book launch and your (no idea which) later ones. The first noticeable difference
Yes, I know this is nearly two weeks late but I’ve been really busy and there’s been no time to
Any writer worth their salt will tell you how important it is to show, not tell, especially when you are
One of the questions I’ve always been asked is, how I get my ideas. I wish I could tell exactly
Judy Balan, author of the best selling novel Two Fates, Sophie Says and the more recent Nina the Philosopher
If there’s one thing every other writer will tell you or post on Facebook or tweet, is that they’re having
In August, the Reading Hour session was held with Abhijit Bhaduri, Chief Learning Officer at Wipro and author of Mediocre
So I finished writing my novel last night. My twelfth novel. I still remember the exhilaration I’d felt when I
When I’m reading a book, what stays with me after I’ve finished reading is not just the plot but the
If you’re in Bangalore, you must visit Atta Galatta in Koramangala. It’s a lovely book shop and cafe that is
Hello! I’m thrilled to report that book no. 8, When she Went Away is coming out in October, 2015. My
Many people have asked me over the years about how I write and I’ve always felt weird giving this answer.
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