Tag Archives: BEST INDIAN AUTHORS TO READ

Author Answers: Santhosh Komaraju #interview #WalksThroughLifeStories

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Today I welcome the debut award-winning author, Santhosh Komaraju. His short story collection is the Winner of the National Indie Excellence Award in the Short Story Category. Walks Through Life: Stories is set in medieval times contains spiritual stories that can change lives, involving Indian kings, mystics, princes, and farmers. I welcome Santhosh to Eloquent …

Missing, Presumed Dead #PsychologicalThriller @KiranManral #MissingPresumedDead

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Kiran Manral writes in many genres with books that keep the readers enthralled. All Abroad, Saving Maya, Karmic Kids, Switchroo and many more prove her diverse writing prowess again and again. Not to be missed the latest thriller, just like her last release The Face In The Window Excerpt – Missing, Presumed Dead ‘Go ahead,’ …

Fast-paced, Gripping, Romantic Suspense #NewRelease #KillerMoves @Varsha20

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Varsha Dixit is the best selling author of six successful contemporary romance books before #KillerMoves. I have read and enjoyed her book Only White, Not Wheat and The Wallflowers, a short fiction. I look forward to reading this one too. Killer Moves is a fast-paced, gripping, romantic suspense tale with strong thriller and supernatural elements.      …

Simha International (The Bansal Legacy, #1) by Sundari Venkatraman #BookReview

Simha International (The Bansal Legacy, #1)

Simha International is a first of the three-part series and has luxury hotels as the backdrop of the novel. A romance series that takes us to the various five-star properties across India. The hero, Rohit is intelligent, self-made, and kind. A well balanced, millennium man who keeps all aspects of work and life quite balanced. …

Rising From The Ashes : Prequel to Knitted Tales 2 @Rubinaramesh199 Review – Spotlight #RisingFromTheAshes

Rising from the ashes by Rubina Ramesh

RISING FROM THE ASHES is a story about a goddess who transforms as she faces adversity. This story gives such a positive message to the women of today that in spite of troubles and adverse situations there is always a way to fight it and move ahead. The author has molded the character of Mayavati from her …