My YA novella that I had fondly named Just me, the Sink & the Pot, is now available with a brand new cover and title on Amazon Kindle worldwide. Hope you like it! https://www.amazon.in/Just-Sink-Pot-Sudesna-Ghosh-ebook/dp/B01N4VLQ5H/
My Singapore Fling featured on this wonderful blog!
My Singapore Fling by Sudesna Ghosh is the latest book by the author which I had borrowed on Kindle Unlimited.
Meet Dipa Basu. She’s a 30 something modern Bengali woman living in Kolkata and a successful writer. After many relationships and breakups, she’s decided that love is a waste of time. She’s always had these phases where she’s been obsessed with different things; like one where old men in dhotis appealed to her. But this time she’s crazy about men with British and Australian accents. She travels to Singapore for a few days, on a quest to have a fun, meaningless fling. Her trip is full of surprises. Will Dipa have her Singapore Fling?
Thirty something Dipa Basu is a born air traveler, maybe because she has always relished every moment of air travel including the waiting hours at the airport. She loves airports and finds…
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After two nonfiction books, a Young Adult novella, and lots of short stories for children, I am letting my first ever romance book out into the world. And I'm excited. Plus, a little scared. My beta readers are romance authors who liked the story and I've generally never heard terrible things about my books or…Read more Why I Wrote a Romance
The first person who bought my e-book has written a review!
India is of the modern era. It is the ‘I’ in the BRIC countries routinely referred to by commentators as the fastest growing world economies. 65 years after the country achieved independence India has truly come of age.
And yet its customs and traditions live on. The perceived middle classes may have embraced the Internet, mobile devices, flat-screen TVs and social media but family values still run deep. Sue Ghosh, in her entertaining novella, illustrates these values by reference to her own family.
We meet, sometimes via her mother and at other times through her own young eyes, her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. For better or for worse they are family and are connected. Firmly connected too. Here in the West we acknowledge grannies, aunts and uncles. We send them cards, sometimes visit or are visited. But rarely are they part of our day to day lives.
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