This short story is the sequel to One Day in October. Gita is 40+ and in love. She's found the sweetest man - who cares about age and all that? Life has changed in the last 6 weeks but her relationship with her parents remains unchanged. But then there's a long night of darkness. Will… Continue reading New Release: One Night in November (A short story)
🌷 The sequel to One Day in October ❤️ Coming soon🙂
Gita is 40+, single and not ready to mingle. She has her own structured daily life and a cafe to run. She also has her elderly parents who are a handful. One day, when enough is enough, Gita decides to leave her comfort zone. That one day, turns out to be extra special. Available on… Continue reading New Release: One Day in October
OUT NOW! Blurb India is under lock down for the Corona virus pandemic. Single and an introvert, Poulomi has not been particularly bothered by the sudden change in her daily life. But one day, loneliness hits her hard. She wonders how families and couples are coping with lock down. As she sits silently on her… Continue reading New Release: A Lockdown Story
So I wrote another short story. It’s a story that deals with different emotions. Not a romance this time. Should be available on Amazon Kindle worldwide soon. Please do leave a review if you enjoy reading it.
Cover Reveal This story was written some years ago. After editing bits, I think it’ll make a serious short read with moments of humor — the sarcastic kind. It will be free on Kindle Unlimited.
My new release is a short story. It's a sweet romance set in Kolkata, India. Please leave a review if you enjoy reading it 🙂
Have you read my romantic little story yet? It’s my entry for The Hindu Lit Fest and KDP contest - so please leave a review! Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited worldwide. Only Rs 9 or 14 cents now. Just search for Sudesna Ghosh on Amazon and it’ll pop up😃
Tapas couldn’t believe it. Moving from a big city to the little town of Golepur had been hard enough already. His mother reminded him, “Babu, we’ll come visit during Durga Puja.” But Tapas was not ready for this news; Golepur did not have a library! His father believed that his school books were enough to… Continue reading Bookworm
Vijay loved to draw. The walls in his room were full of his paintings. There was one of a beautiful fairy, one of a cat, and many of his mother wearing beautiful dresses. Whenever his father entered the room, he would worry. "I wish that he had more interest in things that boys his age… Continue reading The Little Designer