Books, Family, Fiction, Marriage, Women

My New Kindle Release

Momma's boy, Debojit, is on the search for the perfect bride. Join him and his parents as they visit potential life partners. Expect some surprises for poor Debojit and his mother. Check out my short story on Amazon Kindle. Always free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. Amazon India: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07D3WHSXD Amazon USA: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D3WHSXD Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D3WHSXD

Cats, Fiction, short story, shortstory

The Missing Cat – A Short Story

"Hey, look here. Your cat is no Empress of Blandings.” Those words hurt. Indra looked at his cousin Gauri and tried to keep his calm. He was against body shaming of all kinds but how dare she make such a comparison! And he told her as much. "Gauri Sarkar! My cat is half the size… Continue reading The Missing Cat – A Short Story

Fiction, Writing

Dreams, Reality & Writing

Writing non fiction and writing fiction are two very different activities. When I was writing my non fiction book, there was lots of research to do. Facts need to be correct and verified. Information needs to be put together without seeming like a boring lecture. That's a challenge in itself. But when I started writing… Continue reading Dreams, Reality & Writing

Children, Fiction

Crazy Veena

It happened again. Somebody in class put the apostrophe in the wrong place and Veena was angry. Her classmates thought that she was a nice girl, but they didn’t understand why punctuation mattered so much to her. “You are not our English teacher,” they complained sometimes. But Mr. Ghosh, the English teacher, supported Veena. “Yes… Continue reading Crazy Veena

Books, Children, Fat, Fiction, Valentines

An Extract from Just me, the Sink & the Pot

Things did not improve as I gained years and kilos. In class three, I had a class teacher who believed that every kid needed a Valentine, so she would let us take turns drawing out our classmates’ names from a bowl. The person’s name we picked up would be our Valentine for the day. I… Continue reading An Extract from Just me, the Sink & the Pot